You can check out the whole soundtrack at http://sonyclassical.com/vip/. It's definitely worth purchasing though and there are deleted scenes from the film in this cd. I totally concur with Christian's bit about this score being a contestant for an award. As a standalone score, I give it a 10/10... but I'm sure that it'll bolster onscreen events ten-fold. I get to screen this film on the 18th, so I'll see then how everything pans out.
I think that perhaps he is an incredible collaborator more so than a standalone composer; it just seems that he knows how to change things for the better... I can't attribute complete originality of the album to Frizzell though partially because of his own track record. I really also have no clue how Frizzell and Edelman put together this album, nor do I know exactly what happened, but this was the first time (ever) that I've heard a combined effort culminate in a *full* score so utterly impressive, seamless, and fluid.
As a side note, the deleted scenes for G&G were deleted for a good reason. (-;
If you haven't already seen this film, go see it now. Some of the most poignant moments become monumental tear-jerkers thanks to this incredible score!