Sorry Advise & Consent, but I have to agree with Sirusjr.
I've owned the Columbia LP of THE YOUNG SAVAGES since about 1990.
Of the 2 LP albums released during the 1960s [THE ARRANGEMENT is the other one (from 1969)] written by David Amram, THE YOUNG SAVAGES contains the more satisfying dramatic music.
If younger/newer collectors have difficulty getting into jazzy idioms and/or chamber ensembles (in contrast to the symphonic approach which is much more the "norm" with soundtrack collectors), then I can only imagine they'd dislike THE ARRANGEMENT even more so than THE YOUNG SAVAGES.
I plan to eventually acquire this CD, but not until after I slowly attain the titles from 2012 and 2013 that are still on my wishlist.
most of the time you need to acquire a taste for music styles (and the content itself). If someone hasnt seen the relevant movies (Manchurian Candidate, Young Savages), and/or doesnt like Leonard Rosenman scores, then I can see the hesitation in appreciating this score.