For those who missed the CD (and even for those who didn't) Gold's score can now be heard in the film proper. GOOD LUCK, MISS WYCKOFF, which heretofore has only been available in the U.S. on a long-out-of-print cassette from Hal Roach Video, is now available as a DVD/Blu-ray combo special edition from Vinegar Syndrome, which was released last month. In addition to the original film, and a few supplements, the package includes a drastically re-edited version of the film, which was cut by 25 minutes and re-released as THE SIN.
And here's the best news of all -- the 3-disc set includes a soundtrack CD with the complete 17-track, 30-minute LP program as previously released by Kritzerland.
I don't know about available. It was released by Kritzerland a few years ago with Cross of Iron but it was a quick sell out. I agree that it is quite a beautiful score.
Any chance of these two scores going to be re-released? QUARTET Maybe?
Yes, because we need another reissue of something released only a few months ago instead of something previously unavailable! Either man up and get a copy that has been released not so damn long ago or learn to live without it!