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As mystifying as one of his films

By James Reed
Globe Staff / November 8, 2011

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Leave it to David Lynch to make a debut solo album as bewildering and elusive as his movies. After years of collaborating with musicians, the visionary behind “Blue Velvet’’ abd “Mulholland Drive’’ has finally recorded what could be the soundtrack to those films’ most unsettling moments. The director likens his music to “modern blues,’’ a term that belies just how grim and hallucinatory “Crazy Clown Time’’ comes across.

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