Somewhat along the lines of the "Scores that need a [better] release" thread is this. What are some of the more under rated or obscure (or both) composers and scores that you wish had more exposure, a release, or both? For me, Michael Tavera instantly stands out. The only two major scores for films I've seen are Rocket Man and Mr. Magoo, both Disney films, both pretty much flops. Still, the scores are fantastic! Sure, they're comedies (I know, Disney comedies, no less! Oh, puke!), but they both have catchy, memorable main themes (Rocket Man actually has two or three of them), and fun underscore. Watch Rocket Man (you'll live; I, for one, love it), and listen to the music for the scene when Fred is in the G-Force test ("I WANT MY MOM-MYYYY!"), and just try to tell me you honestly can't find that the least bit fun, easy to listen to, and hummable--or at least one of the three. If they released a score album for it, I'd buy it as soon as I could. Intrada, Varese, are you guys listening? What about you guys?