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Listen to Jonny Greenwood’s “House of Woodcock” + ‘Phantom Thread’ OST Details

Written by on December 21, 2017 

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The year’s greatest score is best heard in the context of the film, of course, but if you can’t wait for a wide release of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread on January 19, Jonny Greenwood’s OST will be available digitally a week prior. The first listen has now landed and for those waiting on a physical release, Nonesuch will debut the CD on February 9 and the vinyl LP on April 21.

“We talked a lot about ’50s music, what was popularly heard then as well as what was being written and recorded,” Greenwood tells Variety. “Nelson Riddle and Glenn Gould’s Bach recordings were the main references. I was interested in the kind of jazz records that toyed with incorporating big string sections; Ben Webster made some good ones.” Greenwood continues, “The smaller groups, and solo players, work like close-ups [and] not necessarily to accompany [a] visual, but rather, to focus your attention on and make you feel directly engaged with the characters. The bigger orchestral things often worked best for drawing you back to see the bigger situation.”

Listen to “House of Woodcock” below, see the full tracklist, cover art, and new images.

1 Phantom Thread I 3:36
2 The Hem 2:43
3 Sandalwood I 2:40
4 The Tailor of Fitzrovia 2:31
5 Alma 4:07
6 Boletus Felleus 3:13
7 Phantom Thread II 3:55
8 Catch Hold 2:15
9 Never Cursed 3:46
10 That’s As May Be 1:27
11 Phantom Thread III 2:22
12 I’ll Follow Tomorrow 1:22
13 House of Woodcock 3:53
14 Sandalwood II 3:43
15 Barbara Rose 4:40
16 Endless Superstition 3:05
17 Phantom Thread IV 2:59
18 For the Hungry Boy 3:36

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Phantom Thread opens on December 25 and expands wide on January 19. Sneak previews are happening across the United States on December 30. See more information in a new teaser above.


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