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    Paul Thomas Anderson’s Licorice Pizza Soundtrack Announced

    Republic Records has revealed the tracklist and release date for the Licorice Pizza soundtrack. The album features songs by David Bowie, Nina Simone, and Paul McCartney and Wings, Donovan, Sonny & Cher, Gordon Lightfoot, and more. Additionally, it features the new song “Licorice Pizza,” made by frequent Paul Thomas Anderson collaborator Jonny Greenwood. Find the tracklist for the Licorice Pizza soundtrack below.

    Licorice Pizza (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out November 26. The movie, Paul Thomas Anderson’s first since Phantom Thread, hits theaters on Christmas Day. Licorice Pizza is set in the San Fernando Valley in 1973 and stars Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman, as well as Sean Penn, Tom Waits, Bradley Cooper, and Benny Safdie.

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    V/A: Licorice Pizza (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    V/A: Licorice Pizza (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    Licorice Pizza (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack):

    01 Nina Simone: “July Tree”
    02 Chris Norman / Suzi Quatro: “Stumblin’ In”
    03 Johnny Guarnieri: “Sometimes I’m Happy”
    04 Bing Crosby / The Andrews Sisters: “Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive (Single Version)” [ft. Vic Schoen and His Orchestra]
    05 Chico Hamilton Quintet: “Blue Sands” [ft. Buddy Collette]
    06 Sonny & Cher: “But You’re Mine”
    07 Chuck Berry: “My Ding-a-Ling (Live at Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA/1967)” [ft. Steve Miller Band]
    08 The Doors: “Peace Frog”
    09 Paul McCartney / Wings: “Let Me Roll It”
    10 David Bowie: “Life on Mars?”
    11 Clarence Carter: “Slip Away”
    12 Seals & Crofts: “Diamond Girl”
    13 Mason Williams: “Greensleeves”
    14 Donovan: “Barabajagal”
    15 Congregation: “Softly Whispering I Love You”
    16 Jonny Greenwood: “Licorice Pizza”
    17 Gordon Lightfoot: “If You Could Read My Mind”
    18 James Gang: “Walk Away”
    19 Blood, Sweat & Tears: “Lisa, Listen to Me”
    20 Taj Mahal: “Tomorrow May Not Be Your Day”

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