From what I’ve read online, the Italian releases of spaghetti western soundtracks tend to be superior to those released in the US and GDM specifically seems to be considered the best label when it comes to the audio quality. However, none of the soundtrack releases for They Call Me Trinity were done by GDM, thus I was uncertain if one of the releases may have been of notably superior quality to that of the other releases.
The three Italian labels that I could find which released CDs were “Vivi Musica,” “Digitmovies” & “Curci.”
Vivi Musica has two CDs (VCDS 7029) one released in 2001 and a re-release in 2011, both of which featured 13 tracks. Digitmovies also has two, one with 29 tracks (CDDM026) from 2004 and one with 25 (DPDM009) from 2013. Lastly, the Curci one (CU 006) is from 1996 and has 27 tracks and is also bundled with the soundtrack for Gunman of Ave Maria.
I’m primarily concerned with the audio quality as opposed to what release had the most tracks, hopefully someone here who is more familiar with these labels can lend me a hand.
Unrelated to the above, but is the original Django soundtrack by GDM (GDM – 4303) which was released in 2013 the best release of the soundtrack? I’m assuming that it is since it’s by GDM, but I figured I’d ask just in case.