Goldsmith did compose a brief musical flourish for Sharon Stone uncrossing her legs.
But we're talking of ZARDOZ, not BASIC INSTINCT. We're concerned with Mr. Connery's costuming - perhaps the theme for this delicate situation could be called, "Rocks, He Loses." (See what I did there?)
Will we ever get a recording of the original soundtrack recording by Munrow, Maxwell Davies, and Yamashta? I know we have re-recordings and suites out there, but I mean the actual 1971 recording. It's one of the most savage scores ever created.
One of David Munro's recordings is traveling through space aboard the Voyager space probe. His recording of a piece of Elizabethan music by Anthony Holborne was selected by Carl Sagan as part of NASA's "Voyager Golden Record".