David Lynch tribute concert featuring Sky Ferreira, Karen O, Lykke Li, Twin Peaks to be released as double LP

Jim James, Duran Duran, and Lynch collaborator Angelo Badalamenti also contribute songs.

Just over a year ago at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles, all of your favorite musicians gathered to celebrate the 10th anniversary of David Lynch’s nonprofit foundation with a star-studded concert event. My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, The Flaming Lips, Yeah Yeah YeahsKaren O, Duran Duran, Sky Ferreira, Lykke LiTwin Peaks (duh), and many others performed classics from the renowned director’s expansive catalog of albums and TV/film soundtracks. Lynch’s longtime friend and musical collaborator Angelo Badalamenti also joined the festivities.

Now, recordings from that concert have now been collected into a double-LP, The Music of David Lynch, which is due out April 15th via Communion. It looks as if plenty of the highlights — including Li’s “Wicked Game” and Ferreira’s enchanting performance of “Blue Velvet” — made the cut, so this is definitely one for Lynch fans to get excited for.

Find the album artwork and tracklist below, via BrooklynVegan.

The Music of David Lynch Album Artwork:


The Music of David Lynch Tracklist:

LP 1

01. Angelo Badalamenti – “Laura Palmer’s Theme”
02. Donovan – “Love Me Tender”
03. Chrysta Bell – “Swing With Me”
04. Tennis / Twin Peaks – “In Dreams”
05. Rebekah Del Rio – “Llorando”
06. Sky Ferreira – “Blue Velvet”
07. Jim James – “Sycamore Trees”
08. Karen O – “Pinky’s Dream”

LP 2

01. Angelo Badalamenti – “Dance of the Dream Man”
02. Moby – “Go” [ft. Mindy Jones]
03. Duran Duran – “The Chauffeur”
04. Lykke Li – “Wicked Game”
05. Zola Jesus – “In Heaven”
06. Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd – “Soundscape From Eraserhead and The Elephant Man”
07. Angelo Badalamenti – “Twin Peaks Theme”
08. David Lynch – “A Poem of Unknown Origin”

Check out some clips from the concert below.

Lykke Li performing “Wicked Game”:

Sky Ferreira performing “Blue Velvet”:

Jim James performing “Sycamore Trees”:


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