I don't know if CD producers drop in on this forum, but in case they do, I thought we could (a) thank them for all the great soundtracks that have finally become available in recent years, and (b) highlight which ones we'd like to hear next.
Off the top of my head, my nominations would be -
The Hills Run Red - I've got this on vinyl and really like it, but a CD release would be great. Does anyone know why it's one of Morricone's least available scores??
A Man Called Django aka W Django! I recently discovered this on YouTube - excellent theme by Piero Umiliani.
Too Much Gold for One Gringo (Lo Credevano un Stinco di Santo). Ditto YouTube, ditto excellent theme, this one By Marcello Giombini.
Garringo. Wonderful melancholy theme by Giombini, also found on YouTube.
Sartana Kills Them All. Great title song by Giombini, again on YouTube. Anyone know who sings it, by the way?
Shoot First, Laugh Last, aka The Stranger Returns. A proper release, please, not the CAM one which lasts about 25 minutes.
Massacre Time. Great title song and score by Lalo Gori, long overdue for a release.
Any other suggestions welcome!