I missed this back when LLL was blowing out the remaining inventory years ago. Kicked myself for not grabbing it then, took some time, but managed to snag this copy from Friends of the Seattle Public Library on discogs. They said it was a bit scuffed but played fine, and I'm happy to report it does.
CDs: - Two Mules for sister Sara - Ennio Morricone - SeaQuest - John Debney
LPs: - The red Tent - Ennio Morricone - Superman 2 - Ken Thorne/John Williams - The river - John Williams - Pops in Space - John Williams - The Spy who loved me - Marvin Hamlisch - Monos - Mika Levi - Charles Gerhardt - "The Empire Strikes Back (Symphonic Suite From The Original Motion Picture Score)" - John Williams
Arrived: Canone Inverso (Morricone) Red Tails (Blanchard) Rise of the Planet of the Apes (Doyle) Il Grande Silenzio (Morricone) Sad Hill Unearthed (Montes) The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (Addison) - this is fab. Fanny Lye Deliver'd (Clay)
Digital The Last Airbender (Howard) Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil (Toprak)
I just observed that this month I quite overstepped my financial limit for buying soundtracks and also abandoned my new year resolution to never do shopping sprees But it is quite magical to hunt your film music memories all over internet and most fun is if you something sold and then you look for it again. Question is why I sold it in first place. But that´s circle of film music collecting.
I had quite massive collection of Schifrin, Shire, Broughton & Young but sold it over time and this is my second chance to get them.
I got Schifrin box from https://www.intermezzomedia.com/ I was really surprised to found it there with acceptable price for rare OOP title, which was cca double of original.
P.S. Off topic I will have some titles for sale soon . There must be some equilibrium. I am now on the side where I got too much. So if you are fans mostly of Italian scores and orchestral library music be prepared. Prices will be symbolic.