Furthermore to his prodigious professions like a director, writer, maker, sound designer, and carpenter (to mention several), David Lynch also stretched his artistic reach to music. He collaborated greatly along with his go-to composer Angelo Badalamenti around the ratings and soundtracks to his tasks, like the music for Blue Velvet, 1990’s iconic Twin Peaks soundtrack, and Mulholland Drive. He also collaborated, with and without Badalamenti, on pop albums such as for example Julee Cruise’s Floating in to the Night time (which featured tunes she performed around the Blue Velvet and Twin Peaks soundtracks) and jazz guitarist David Jaurequi’s Fox Bat Technique. Lynch teamed with audio engineer John Neff for Blue Bob, a one-off task that this duo documented in Lynch’s house studio. The movie director worked with Risk Mouse and Sparklehorse’s Tag Linkous on Dark Nights the Spirit, a task that presented Lynch’s pictures and Linkous and Risk Mouse’s music, and in addition included a track sung by Lynch. Although project was designed for release in ’09 2009, legalities avoided it from becoming distributed until middle-2010. Later on that 12 months, Lynch released the double-sided debut solitary Good Day time Today/I Know, that was released from the U.K. imprint Weekend Best. Offering Lynch on vocals and everything instruments, the one was presented with a physical discharge in early 2011 and highlighted artwork by 4AD developer Vaughan Oliver. A complete record, Crazy Clown Period, implemented in 2011. Lynch came back along with his second record, the avant rock and roll/blues fusion Big Fantasy, in middle-2013. In 2015, Sacred Bone fragments reissued Polish Evening Music, a 2007 cooperation with pianist/composer Marek Zebrowski they recorded as the movie director was focusing on the film Inland Empire.