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Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood confirms full details of his new soundtrack for 'The Master'

Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood confirms full details of his new soundtrack for 'The Master'

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood has confirmed full details of his soundtrack for the new film The Master.

The film stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams and Joaquin Phoenix and is set in 1950s. It sees Greenwood reuniting with director Paul Thomas Anderson, who he previously worked with on his critically acclaimed soundtrack for There Will Be Blood.

The guitarist's soundtrack will feature 11 original compositions, six of which were performed by the London Contemporary Orchestra as well along with recordings from the film's era by the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Jo Stafford and Madison Beaty.

The soundtrack itself will be released later in the year on Nonesuch Records, with the film due for release in the UK in November. You can see the film's trailer at the bottom of the page.

Radiohead will tour the UK in the autumn, playing their first UK dates in over three years. The band first play a show at Manchester Arena on October 6 before playing two shows at London's O2 Arena on October 8 and 9. They will then undertake a full European tour. Caribou will provide support on all dates.

The tracklisting for The Master's soundtrack is as follows:

'Overtones'
'Time Hole'
'Back Beyond'
'Get Thee Behind Me Satan' (Ella Fitzgerald)
'Alethia'
'Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else but Me)' (Madisen Beaty)
'Atomic Healer'
'Able-Bodied Seamen'
'The Split Saber'
'Baton Sparks'
'No Other Love' (Jo Stafford)
'His Master's Voice'
'Application 45 Version 1'
'Changing Partners' (Helen Forrest)
'Sweetness Of Freddie'


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