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By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

David Lynch’s In-Studio “Crazy Clown Time” Film (1’25”)

Mr. Lynch offers a track-by-track guide to his musical adventure.

TRACK-BY-TRACK:

“Pinky’s Dream”
“The horror and sadness of losing someone to other dimensions.”

“Good Day Today”
“About being sick of negativity.”

“So Glad”
“This kind of feeling comes up from time to time in our lives. It doesn’t always have to do with people…”

“Noah’s Ark”
“About being saved by love.”

“Football Game”
“This sort of story is probably more than a daily occurrence in our world.”

“I Know”
“Facing the reality that comes as a result of our actions.”

“Strange and Unproductive Thinking”
“Speaks for itself”

“The Night Bell With Lightning”
“A blues song…and the title comes a bit from a line in a Kafka story.”

“Stone’s Gone Up”
“Something has happened”

“Crazy Clown Time”
“is a phenomenon of the age in which we live.”

“These are my Friends”
“The ones I see each day”

“Speed Roadster”
“A story of unrequited love near the piney woods”

“Movin’ On”
“The decision was so obvious…”

“She Rise Up”
“A modern story”

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