Sepia Records has released Search for Paradise, the 1957 film scored by Dimitri Tiomkin, in simulated stereo on CD. The performers include Robert Merrill with Dimitri Tiomkin conducting the Cinerama Symphony Orchestra.
Music from the film was previously released on an LP conducted by Elmer Bernstein recorded in England with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for the composer’s Film Music Collection. The Prologue from Bernstein’s recording opens the Sepia CD that includes popular versions of three songs (Happy Land of Hunza, Search for Paradise, and Shalimar) as well as Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra renditions of Search for Paradise and Kashmir.
Sepia Records, based in London, is now shipping the CD. The price in the UK is £7.99 including postage, in Europe £8.99 delivered, and the rest of the world £8.80 delivered. Catalog number SEPIA 1270 (barcode 5055122112709).
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Concurrently, Flicker Alley and Cinerama, Inc. released Search for Paradise on Blu-ray/DVD in the Smilebox® Curved Screen Simulation. The film has been digitally remastered from original camera negatives.
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