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You Were Never Really Here (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Jonny Greenwood

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1
Tree Synthesisers
Jonny Greenwood
4:25
2
Sandy's Necklace
Jonny Greenwood
3:47
3
Nausea
Jonny Greenwood
1:49
4
Hammer and Tape
Jonny Greenwood
1:22
5
Playground (Bass Clarinet)
Jonny Greenwood
3:47
6
The Hunt
Jonny Greenwood
3:23
7
Dark Streets
Jonny Greenwood
1:52
8
YWNRH
Jonny Greenwood
3:56
9
Nina Through Glass
Jonny Greenwood
3:22
10
Votto
Jonny Greenwood
4:01
11
Dark Streets (Reprise)
Jonny Greenwood
1:53
12
Downstairs
Jonny Greenwood
0:50
13
Joe's Drive
Jonny Greenwood
1:23
14
Tree Strings
Jonny Greenwood
5:10
Total Playing Time    41:00
Multi-instrumentalist Jonny Greenwood is known as the guitarist of Radiohead but he also has taken on film scoring for Joaquin Phoenix's upcoming film You Were Never Really Here. This film is based off a novella of the same name and consists of a lot of drama that Greenwood brilliantly musically captures in his scoring.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

Track 2 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm.

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