Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Unanswered Questions - Loose Ends
From: scott@bbxsda.UUCP (Scott Amspoker)
Date: 1990-11-01, 09:31
In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Stuart Poulin) writes:
> >In article <31570006@hpsmpa.HP.COM> dapron@hpsmpa.HP.COM (Mike Dapron) writes:
>> >>16. Where did the bass and drums come from in the infamous James,
>> >> Donna, and Maddy sing on helium scene?
> >The bass and drums didn't bother me - MIDI makes this possible....
Yes, but James was playing a guitar when the bass and drums joined in.
Syncronization would be a problem. I supposed he could have pressed
a footswitch which started up a sequencer but I didn't see any equipment
like that in the scene. :-)
More seriously: Laura had been dead a little over a week, he just
got out of jail, he is in a love-triangle with Donna and Maddy -
why on Earth did they suddenly decide to get out the music equipment
and do a song? Who's idea was it? Did one of them call the other
two up and say "Hey, let's do a song"?
-- Scott Amspoker Basis International, Albuquerque, NM (505) 345-5232 unmvax.cs.unm.edu!bbx!bbxsda!scott