Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Unanswered Questions - Loose Ends
From: horny@ucscl.UCSC.EDU (Michael Kaye)
Date: 1990-11-02, 12:30

In article <> (Bob Kelley) writes:
$Two reasons for why James started to sing a song:
$1. Early in the shows, he mentions that his father is a musician somewhere
$on the West Coast -- not dead.  His mother sleeps around.
$2. He is trying to emulate his father.  I suspect that James' father will
$soon come onto the scene.  A recent interview with singer Chris Isaaks of
$the San Francisco Bay Area said that he was a TP fan and David Lynch
$was goind to get him into the show -- he had already contributed to 
$the soundtrack of WIld at Heart and DL would pay him back with a role.
$I think that Chris will enter the scene as Mr. Hurley!

Really?  He is a fantastic singer!! Check out his song "Wicked Game" on
the Wild at Heart soundtrack  (an excellent soundtrack by the way).

His singing is as wonderful as James' singing is horrible.
If they come out with another Twin Peaks soundtrack, I hope they put
his singing on it...  that and Leland's "mairzy doates" and "get happy". :)
They better leave out "on top of old smokey" and "just you and I" though.

Michael Kaye