congoIntrada Records has announced a soundtrack release of the complete score for Frank Marshall’s 1995 adventure movie Congo based on the novel by Michael Crichton and starring Laura Linney and Dylan Walsh. The album features the film’s score composed by Jerry Goldsmith, including around 30 minutes of previously unreleased music. In addition to Goldsmith’s score, the soundtrack also includes the track Villagers Chant written by James Newton Howard & Lebo M. The soundtrack is now available to order on Intrada’s official website, where you can also listen to audio clips.

The label has also announced the world premiere CD release of the score for the 1970 drama Cromwell directed by Ken Hughes and starring Richard Harris and Alec Guinness. The album features the Academy Award-nominated original score from the film composed by Frank Cordell. The 2-CD set includes the composer’s complete score in stereo on one disc, as well as the complete 1970 Capitol LP in stereo from original album masters on the second disc. For audio clips and to order the album, visit Intrada’s online store.

  1. Justin Boggan says:

    James Newton Howard was originally going to score “Congo”, but some scheduling conflict got in the way.