Don't let's ask for the moon. But with the definitive release of the Max Steiner 1944 Oscar-winning score for "Since You Went Away" it would surely be a treasure to have a definitive CD release of the Max Steiner 1942 Oscar-winning score for "Now, Voyager".
Is this the best example (outside of "Gone with the Wind") of Steiner's ability to create a brilliant character-focused sonic bath of audio angst and lush romantic longings?
I have the Charles Gerhardt CD NOW, VOYAGER: Classic Film Scores of Max Steiner, but I haven't played it in ages. When that album first came out on LP, it was the only place whatsoever to hear a decent performance of KING KONG, but Gerhardt's suite was ecclipsed shortly afterward by Fred Steiner's full-length KING KONG album.
When I think of NOW, VOYAGER I mostly think of the song "It Can't Be Wrong." If Jeri Ryan sang it on STAR TREK, it can't be wrong.