BlueBob

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BlueBob
Studio album by David Lynch and John Neff
Released 2001
Recorded April, 1998 — March, 2000, at Asymmetrical Studio, Hollywood, California
Genre Experimental rock
Length 63:12
Label Soulitude
Producer David Lynch
John Neff
David Lynch chronology
BlueBob
(2001)
Crazy Clown Time
(2011)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

BlueBob is an album of music cowritten and performed by David Lynch and John Neff. Two of the album's tracks, "Mountains Falling" and "Go Get Some," appeared in Lynch's film Mulholland Drive. A music video for "Thank You, Judge" was featured on Lynch's official website, starring Naomi Watts as the wife, Eli Roth as her boyfriend, Lynch as Billy Groper and Neff as the main character.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Lynch/Neff

  1. "9-1-1" – 3:47
  2. "Rollin' Down (To My House)" – 4:55
  3. "Thank You, Judge" – 5:48
  4. "I Cannot Do That" – 4:17
  5. "Factory Interlude" – 0:26
  6. "Blue Horse" – 7:21
  7. "Bad Night" – 4:57
  8. "Mountains Falling" – 8:16
  9. "Go Get Some" – 7:10
  10. "Pink Western Range" – 4:09
  11. "Marilyn Monroe" – 5:39
  12. "City of Dreams" – 6:21

Album credits[edit]

  • Produced by David Lynch and John Neff
  • Engineered by John Neff, A.E.S.
  • Mixed by David Lynch and John Neff
  • Vocal FX Design by David Lynch
  • All Instruments played by John Neff and David Lynch
  • Mastered by Tom Baker at Precision Mastering, Hollywood
  • Photos and design by David Lynch

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Blue Bob Overview". Lynchnet. Retrieved 2007-05-22. 

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