"However, I can tell you that our next Lavagnino CD on Alhambra is indeed in the works and will probably be released in July or August - I have long finished my liner notes and we have all the tracks from the tapes and the track listing, but it still depends on the mastering and the booklet artwork which should both be ready during the next few weeks. It will be a peplum score from the early 60s with almost 50 minutes in stereo which has never been on LP or CD before. And we have also added a few tracks from another mid-60s adventure score as a bonus."
Stefan mentioned this in another thread, but I deposit its correspondence over here.
The mid-1960s adventure contains waltzes and a theme similar to Kali Yug. My guesses from 1965 are Das Vermächtnis des Inka, Una ráfaga de plomo or I predoni del Sahara? I don't notice anything from '66 (within Lavagnino's filmography) that could fit Stefan's description. Assalto al tesoro di stato is from '67 & has an Arabic bank in its plot, but this appears to be an international heist movie that isn't the sort of 'adventure' Stefan refers to.
As for the main peplum program, I doubt it is any of these: There are still three peplum scores in the CAM/Sugar catalogue which could maybe be done by Digitmovies in the future: ULISSE CONTRO ERCOLE, I BACCANALI DI TIBERIO and URSUS E LA RAGAZZA TARTARA (Kronos).