I got the 50th Ann. of Sleeping Beauty and the sound is just out of this world. I heard this recording is from the masters that were found overseas somewhere. The sound is the best older recording I have heard ever. It's so clear, if I didn't know better I would have guessed it was recorded a few years ago. There is NO hiss or anything like that. Good job to whoever did this, WOW. I'm just blown away. There may be other threads that talk about this, but I don't care I wanted my own. I know there are a few people on this board who make it a point to make sure people know there were other threads about a certain subject.
Well, in a way. That album has different vocal performances and edits of cues. However, the main reason to get the album is the fact that it has music not on the expanded album such as the pieces labeled Blue Bird, Woodland Symphony, and especially Fairies to the Rescue (a great arrangement of the Fairies' theme that underscores the scene in which the fairies rush to the cottage to warn the prince).