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    Listen: Paul Thomas Anderson Talks "Phantom Thread," Jonny Greenwood with BBC Radio 6 Music's Lauren Laverne
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    Paul Thomas Anderson joined Lauren Laverne on BBC Radio 6 Music on Friday to discuss the making of his new feature film, Phantom Thread, including Jonny Greenwood's score for the film. "The best part of my day is waking up in the morning to new Jonny Greenwood emails with music," says Anderson. "It's like Christmas morning every time." Laverne then played a bit of Greenwood's track "I'll Follow Tomorrow." You can hear their conversation below:

    Also on BBC Radio 5 Live, Paul Thomas Anderson joined the Kermode and Mayo's Film Review podcast where they discussed Jonny Greenwood's contribution to the film and his Oscar nomination for Best Score. You can hear it at bbc.co.uk

    Phantom Thread is now showing in theaters across the United States and opens in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Australia this coming weekend.

    The Phantom Thread soundtrack is now available digitally via Nonesuch Records, with the CD to follow February 9 and the vinyl LP April 21. To download the soundtrack now, visit iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where the CD and vinyl may also be pre-ordered; the album can be heard on Spotify and Apple Music as well.

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Paul Thomas Anderson joined Lauren Laverne on BBC Radio 6 Music on Friday to discuss the making of his new feature film, Phantom Thread, including Jonny Greenwood's score for the film. "The best part of my day is waking up in the morning to new Jonny Greenwood emails with music," he says. "It's like Christmas morning every time." You can hear their conversation here. The film, now showing in the US, opens in the UK, Ireland, and Australia this coming weekend.

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Paul Thomas Anderson joined Lauren Laverne on BBC Radio 6 Music on Friday to discuss the making of his new feature film, Phantom Thread, including Jonny Greenwood's score for the film. "The best part of my day is waking up in the morning to new Jonny Greenwood emails with music," says Anderson. "It's like Christmas morning every time." Laverne then played a bit of Greenwood's track "I'll Follow Tomorrow." You can hear their conversation below:

Also on BBC Radio 5 Live, Paul Thomas Anderson joined the Kermode and Mayo's Film Review podcast where they discussed Jonny Greenwood's contribution to the film and his Oscar nomination for Best Score. You can hear it at bbc.co.uk

Phantom Thread is now showing in theaters across the United States and opens in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Australia this coming weekend.

The Phantom Thread soundtrack is now available digitally via Nonesuch Records, with the CD to follow February 9 and the vinyl LP April 21. To download the soundtrack now, visit iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where the CD and vinyl may also be pre-ordered; the album can be heard on Spotify and Apple Music as well.

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Paul Thomas Anderson, Lauren Laverne on BBC Radio 6 Music

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