The Rock - Jerry Goldsmith - In Harms Way (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: RCA - CR-10022 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Classical, Stage & Screen • Style: Score, Contemporary
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Jerrald King "Jerry" Goldsmith (February 10, – July 21, ) was an American composer and conductor most known for his work in film and television scoring. He composed scores for such noteworthy films as The Sand Pebbles, Logan's Run, Planet of the Apes, Patton, Chinatown, The Wind and the Lion, The Omen, The Boys from Brazil, Night Crossing, Alien, Poltergeist, The Secret of NIMH.
Jerry Goldsmith. Real Name: Jerrald King Goldsmith. All Tracks by Jerry Goldsmith () Tracks Sampled by Jerry Goldsmith (18) (LP Album Version) () was sampled in Hip Hop by Royce Da 5'9'' () Sad Message () was sampled in My Thoughts by DJ Premier and Bumpy.
One of Goldsmith's single greatest cues ever is rousing "Intermission", retitled "The Rock" for the LP and originally planned as closing of Act I (Reel 9) before picture was trimmed during post-production. Goldsmith wrote two Hawaiian source pieces for reel 5. He chose one for the album, the other appears here for the first time as well.
Jerry Goldsmith was at a transition point in his career when he got the assignment to score Otto Preminger's production of In Harm's Way (); having worked in television for a decade, he was already at the top of that field and had already moved into motion pictures, including some high-profile titles such as Freud () and Seven Days in May ().8/