Maybe also Rozsa's "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" with improved art and sound.
Improved art? The Prometheus release was more than decent in terms of sound, and overlong to begin with (very repetitive score).
I'd much rather see a Roy Webb album with The Spiral Staircase, Farewell My Lovely and The Window being re-recorded, or a David Buttolph House of Wax and other film music CD. But I'm fully aware that these won't happen unless I myself am willing to finance them.
I've stated my list several times prior in threads such as this, but here goes again:
1. "Endless Night" (Herrmann) 2. "Chisum"/"The Train Robbers" (Frontiere) 3. "Invasion Of The Body Snatchers" (1956) (Dragon) 4. "World Without End" (Stevens) 5. "Chuka"/"Night Of The Grizzly"/"The Silent Gun" (Stevens) 6. "The Over-The-Hill Gang" (Friedhofer)/"The Over-The-Hill Gang Rides Again" (Raksin) 7. "The Valley Of Gwangi" (Moross) 8. "Airport" (Newman) 9. "The List Of Adrian Messenger" (Goldsmith) 10. ANY Herrmann-scored TV 11. ANY Moross-scored TV 12. ANY Friedhofer-scored TV
The President's Analyst (Schifrin) Goodbye Lover (unused) (Barry) Year Of The Comet (unused) (Barry) Two For The Road (original score tracks) Mancini Thunderbolt and Lightfoot/Play Misty For Me (Barton) The Dove (Barry) Charlie Varrick (Schifrin) Where's Jack (film tracks) Bernstein Roma Come Chicago (Morricone) In Cold Blood (Jones) The Slender Thread (Jones) The Adventurers (Jobim) The Long Duel (Scott) I'll Never Forget What's 'is Name (Lai)