First, let me thank Intrada for all their terrific work at sharing some of film's greatest (and most coveted) soundtracks. You really do a wonderful job on your albums and your hard work is much appreciated by us fans.
While we would all love to have the scores for films like "The Sword and the Stone", "Darby O'Gill and the Little People", "The Parent Trap", "The Love Bug" or [s]Escape to Witch Mountain[/s], I'm under the impression a lot of the releases are based off of what Disney chooses to license to Intrada, and therefore requesting the A-list titles may be futile if Disney decides not to allow their release. With the exciting release of "Paradise" and "Can't Buy Me Love" combo disc, it got me thinking about more feasible requests which I think would have more of a chance at Disney allowing their release with Intrada:
"The Devil and Max Devlin" (including the late Marvin Hamlisch songs by Julie Budd)
"Amy" by Robert F. Brunner
"Tex" by Pino Donaggio
"Trenchcoat" by Charles Fox
"Parent Trap II" by Charles Fox (a nice surprise would be the title song by Hal David sung by Marylin McCoo)
"Love Leads the Way" by Fred Karlin"My Science Project"
by Peter Bernstein
"One Magic Christmas" by Michael Conway Baker
"Off Beat" by James Horner
"Midnight Madness" by the late Julius Wechter (and could even include the rare songs from the film, the alternate recording of the title song with "Makin It" Mr Pepper himself, David Naughton)
"Tough Guys" by James Newton Howard (with rare opening title song)
Some of these would even make superb combo discs (i.e. Love Leads the Way and Parent Trap II, etc).
I also need to make a wish for my penultimate grail which I believe one day should see the light of day...that is the warm, lush and loving score for the little known 1955 live action drama "The Littlest Outlaw" by William Lava. I wish for this the most