Exposures: Angelo Badalamenti

A look back at some of his most remarkable pieces made as part of his life-long working relationship with director and writer David Lynch.

“He can write, as you all know if you heard his music, music- that will tear your heart out” 
 David Lynch on Angelo Badalamenti (2001)

In light of the recent death of the film composer Angelo Badalamenti, we are taking a look back at some of his most remarkable pieces made as part of his life-long working relationship with director and writer David Lynch. The duo’s collaboration began with the movie “Blue Velvet” (1986), as Linch directed Badalamenti to “let the music float like the ocean tides”. The unforgettable result, Mysteries of Love, was just the beginning of a series of deeply emotional iconic creations.

/ Curated by @jasminskn

Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks, The Straight Story, Lost Highway

Exposures: Angelo Badalamenti

Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks, The Straight Story, Lost Highway

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