Published on August 16th, 2012 | by Daniel0
Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead has confirmed Details of his New Soundtrack for ‘The Master’
There is a new soundtrack for ‘The Master’. It was done by Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead and he has now confirmed the details. The star-filled movie features Amy Adams, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix. The movie is really a 1950s-era drama that has been upgraded for modern audiences. The Radiohead guitarist was selected to provide the soundtrack for the movie. This project will allow him to reunite with the director Paul Thomas Anderson. They had worked together on his critically acclaimed soundtrack for ‘There will be Blood’.
- A huge and comprehensive project: The proposed soundtrack will have 11 original compositions. Six of them were performed by the London Contemporary Orchestra. This was done along with recordings from the 1950s era. For example there was Jo Stafford, Ella Fitzgerald and Madison Beaty.
We expect that the soundtrack will be released on the 11th of September via the Nonesuch Records. The film will get its cinematic release three days later on the 14th of September in the USA. Fans in the UK will have to wait until November for the film and soundtrack. However a trailer is making the rounds on YouTube and other social networking pages.
More about the band’s tour schedule
The band is expected to tour the UK in autumn. These are their first dates in Britain in a period of more than 3 years. On the 6th of October they are scheduled to appear at the Manchester Arena. They will then play on the 8th and 9th of October at the London 02 Arena. In addition they will undertake a full European tour and Caribou will be supporting them throughout the itinerary. Here is the tracklist for ‘The Masters’ soundtrack:
- ‘Time Hole’
- ‘Back Beyond’
- ‘Get Thee Behind Me Satan’ (Ella Fitzgerald)
- ‘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’
There is also a link of Jonny Greenwood and his musical partners performing: