"Just by talking and whispering in my right ear as I'm at a keyboard, David describes a mood and I'm able to take his words and translate that into music. It has its own identity. It's been kind of incredible to work so closely together, and the fact we're on the same musical wavelength, it's very special if and when that happens.
It's also great for David – because he's told me this a bunch of times – even in Twin Peaks before he would film or shoot a scene he would had some demos of the themes I've written and he would play it for the actors on the set and it would put them in some kind of a mood, even as they speak their words. The style, the mood, and the pace – it helps the director with the actors. The music becomes an integral part of the story."
"Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks." Brad Dukes.
A new book that compiles first person accounts of the making of Twin Peaks. It includes numerous interviews with the original cast, crew, and network executives.