Then nothing every came of it.
I had put together a podcast intro for an LA Noir Podcast--and I really enjoy making podcast intros, by the way. As a side note, I try and capture the aesthetic of the main television show in an abstract way. For Looking Back At LOST, the foundation has been the "system failure" warning and sound of the hatch implosion; it's mean to not only capture those iconic scenes, but the essential failure of the social system which occurred on crash day. With The Alcatraz Podcast, the sound elements of a closing, squeaking door and underwater breathing hopefully evoked the prison and the most obvious (if not dangerous) way to escape: the water. For The Revolution Podcast, my most complex intro yet, the Beatles' spare studio version of "Revolution" starts and stops while interrupted by thunder; things grind to a halt as the thunder explodes and a lone, sad guitar takes over. The idea there was to capture the end of "the way things were" and suggest a new, solitary hopeful nature. (Pity the show didn't live up to those ideals.)
Linked below is the unused introduction for The LA Noir Podcast, about a show that ultimately never came into being. Hopefully the introduction captures an early 1950s musical flavor, a call placed to an unknown hero, and his rushing in a police car amidst the gritty glitz of that age.