Ever listen to a song, and think, "Wow that was good... and it wasn't even a film score!" Which is quickly followed by, "Wait, why am I listening to something other than a film score?" Well, you're not alone. I love exploring new types of music right along with standards from decades ago. I'll always come back to film music, but my tastes are all over the place. Listen to my iPod on random. Go ahead, just please mail it back when you're done.
The best part of having an eclectic library is finding music that should be a film score. You know the moment I'm talking about. You're driving down the road during the "golden hour" and the music just makes everything perfect. Well, if it wasn't a film score, how did it do that? I don't know, I'm not a driving or lighting scientist.
Danny Elfman (Oingo Boingo), Trevor Rabin (Yes), Randy Newman, Daft Punk, and countless others all had (have) huge music careers before entering the film world. How have more fantastic musicians not made the trip into the film music studios of the world? Well, here is a list to get Hollywood producers started.
Of course, I will expect some form of agent's fee for hooking you up with them. Have your people call my people.