I did eventually shell out for a copy of the complete DVD set when I saw one at around £70, which was the cheapest I've seen for a new copy of the set so far.
To be honest, I don't think time has been kind to the series. Many of the later seasons are full of two and even three parters (especially the Fred Freiberger-produced ones, ISTR), which wouldn't be so bad if they were particularly good episodes. But they aren't, in many cases.
The music is excellent a lot of the time though, and as I said before I include the later scores by J.J. Johnson in that assessment. The trick for any CD set would be to pick out the excellent material from the more routine stuff; not a job I'd like!
In many ways, The Bionic Woman is actually the better series. Joe Harnell did some nice work for those episodes.
Finally picked up the first season DVD set. And Oliver Nelson's music is so good. I'd love a cd release. At least we have the great "Baja Bossa" from the Skull album. But there is absolutely a treasure trove of great music in the series.
Count me in. Closest I've gotten is six million dollar TV themes. John Gregory and his orchestra. Three minutes pure jot. That and his take on it takes a thief. Only one who got it right out of multiple TV theme compilation albums.
I agree about the John Gregory cover versions, very enjoyable
The Geoff Love Orchestra did an excellent SMDM too.