If it’s anything like his work on There Will Be Blood — and from the short glimpses it certainly seems so — then Jonny Greenwood will deliver one of the best scores of the year for Paul Thomas Anderson‘s The Master. While we haven’t heard any single tracks from the Radiohead guitarist, the first details for the score have arrived today from Pitchfork which include 11 new song from Greenwood, as well as pieces from World War II by Ella Fitzgerald, Jo Stafford, including a performance from the young star Madisen Beaty. Check out the cover above and the tracklist below, along with Stafford’s song.
1 Overtones 2:20
2 Time Hole 1:42
3 Back Beyond 3:42
4 Get Thee Behind Me Satan – Performed by Ella Fitzgerald 3:47
5 Alethia 4:06
6 Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else but Me) – Performed by Madisen Beaty 1:36
7 Atomic Healer 1:24
8 Able-Bodied Seamen 3:54
9 The Split Saber 3:41
10 Baton Sparks 2:20
11 No Other Love – Performed by Jo Stafford 3:00
12 His Master’s Voice 3:34
13 Application 45 Version 1 5:40
14 Changing Partners – Performed by Helen Forrest 2:42
15 Sweetness of Freddie 3:25
Update: Listen to Jonny Greenwood‘s Application 45 Version 1 below.
The Master arrives on September 14th, with the score released three days prior.
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