Newman has been nominated for twelve Academy Awards and three Golden Globes, and has won two BAFTAs, six Grammys and an Emmy Award. Newman was honored with the Richard Kirk award at the 2000 BMI Film and TV Awards. The award is given annually to a composer who has made significant contributions to film and television music.
Thomas Newman’s ‘SPECTRE’ score on UK Classic FM tomorrow
Although the official CD release is still nine days away, UK radio station Classic FM will broadcast the world exclusive of Thomas Newman’s score for ‘SPECTRE’ on Classic FM on Thursday 15 October at 10:30am (BST).
Little is known about the music for ‘SPECTRE’ so far beside that it was recorded at London’s Abbeys Road Studios in September. This is the second time for American composer Thomas Newman (59) to score a James Bond film and fans around the world are hoping for more Bond-style elements this time around. If you would like to pre-order the soundtrack due to be released on October 23, click the image below.
ABOUT THOMAS NEWMAN
Born in Los Angeles, California, he is the youngest son of Mississippi-born Martha Louis Montgomery (1920-2005) and composer Alfred Newman (1901-1970), who won nine Oscars for Best Film Score. He is a member of a film-scoring dynasty in Hollywood that includes his father Alfred, brother David Newman, sister Maria Newman, uncles Lionel Newman and Emil Newman, cousin Randy Newman (also known as a singer and songwriter), and his nephew Joey Newman.
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