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Julee Cruise, the dreamy vocalist best known for her work with director David Lynch, has died according to reports. The singer’s husband confirmed the news on Facebook, writing “I played her [the B-52s’s] ‘Roam’ during her transition. Now she will roam forever.” She was 65 years old.
Cruise’s echoey, ethereal singing was an essential part of what made Twin Peaks such a success when it debuted in 1990. Cruise was heard on three songs on the official soundtrack album, and also appeared in two episodes. She can also be seen in the film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me and 2017’s Twin Peaks: The Return.
The Iowa-born Cruise originally studied french horn, then met Lynch’s composer Angelo Badalamenti when the two were working at an off-Broadway theater company in New York’s East Village. The first collaboration between the three was the song “Mysteries of Love,” which ran during the final images of the 1985 film Blue Velvet.
Badalamenti then worked with Cruise to compose the music to her first album, 1989’s Floating Into The Night. Lynch wrote the lyrics. Some of these tracks were later incorporated into Twin Peaks, including an instrumental version of “Falling,” which, renamed as “Twin Peaks Theme,” won Badalamenti a Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.
In 1990, Cruise, Lynch, and Badalamenti released Industrial Symphony No. 1, a direct-to-video film of a theatrical concert/performance piece given at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Laura Dern and Nicolas Cage, who were shooting Wild At Heart with Lynch at the time, appear in a prologue, as their characters from that film. (Maybe. It’s Lynch, so you never know.) Please take a look, and let this avant-garde early ’90s aesthetic wash over you.