Music has always played an integral role in the works of David Lynch, whether it's a version of Roy Orbison's "Crying" used to

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Photos of David Lynch @ Scarecrow Video

     Music has always played an integral role in the works of David Lynch, whether it's a version of Roy Orbison's "Crying" used to especially creepy effect in Mulholland Drive, or the memorable, haunting compositions of Angelo Badalamenti that gave Twin Peaks and many of Lynch's cinematic works so much character.  Lynch himself is even a musician of sorts, approaching playing guitar and arranging sounds in much the same brilliantly effed-up way he crafts his films. Maybe that's why more than a few people brought Lynch movie soundtracks, both on vinyl and disc, to Scarecrow Video yesterday, where the director sat for more than two hours for an autograph session attended by hundreds of devoted fans. One woman even brought her accordion for him to sign. Click below to check out some of my photos.  

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