For those that donated at a level where you get a FREE Intrada CD, might I persuade you if you haven't gotten it yet to pick-up, Rocket Gibraltar by Andrew Powell. Gorgeous album, great presentation. You won't be disappointed. The buzz on this is shockingly all positive.
PS: For those who may think I make profits from the sale of each Rocket Gibraltar sold, I do not. I make zero profits from this album. It's great music and I know many would thoroughly enjoy this album.
Today I listened to the Gerhardt Tiomkin album on RCA. I basically liked everything I heard except for the over-the-top final track with the chorus.
I don't have much more Tiomkin than that. I have "The Old Man and the Sea" and some 1950s industrial LP.
Maybe you would like "Search for Paradise" if you knew more about it, or maybe not. It's over the top but that's what some of us love about it. The full original soundtrack with narration is available on CD from the man who owns the rights in Australia. I have it and love it even with the campy 1950s narration.
This will give you a better idea what its like:
Search For Paradise is one of Tiomkin's great scores, but it already exist in at least 3 editions of varying lenghth and quality. The longest (possibly complete) is almost 40 mn long, without narration, on RCA.