I've got some new guesses in light of the following information from Bruce Kimmel (Kritzerland) over at the FSM board:
"Here's the thing: By the time I inquired about the Goldsmith box everything of note had already been spoken for - one must be QUICK and I was not QUICK. So nothing from us from the box. "http://filmscoremonthly.com/board/posts ... &archive=0
I had been thinking his upcoming Goldsmith release might be something expanded/remastered from the Varese Goldsmith at Fox box. However, since he wasn't quick enough, that implies that either LLL or Intrada spoke up for the material first (outside chance of another label like Quartet or Varese themselves, I guess)
My money is on Intrada being the main label to license the remaining otherwise unreleased Fox box stuff, because their upcoming Goldsmiths are paired, meaning they are shorter scores. Here is my breakdown of the Fox box material from the FSM Kritzerland Goldsmith thread:
"If there's no additional music at all (or at least very little) to be found for any of the otherwise unreleased Goldsmith scores in the Fox Box, I think they'd actually even fit on two discs at this point, if we leave out Damnation Alley, which is still waiting on the synth tracks to be discovered (or re-recorded by some enterprising label):
The Artist Who Did Not Want to Paint (released by Varese later on their Agony and the Ecstasy DE)
Shock Treatment (20 minutes)
Fate Is the Hunter (7 minutes)
Von Ryan's Express (21 minutes)
S*P*Y*S (19 minutes)
The Chairman (13.5 minutes in mono, but only 51 seconds of unique material not on the stereo LP album re-released afterwards by Prometheus)
The Detective (18 minutes)
Alien (later released complete/definitive by Intrada as an unlimited MAF)
Damnation Alley (19 minutes, but as noted waiting on synth parts for any re-release I would think)
Anna and the King (at only 16.5 minutes for multiple episodes, I wonder if there's any unreleased Goldsmith music written for this series, but let's assume there isn't for the moment)
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (14.5 minutes -- the complete score?)
The Vanishing (later released complete/definitive by Varese in their Club series)
So let's add up omitting Artist, The Chairman, Alien, Damnation Alley, and The Vanishing:
20 + 7 + 21 + 19 + 18 + 16.5 + 14.5 = 116 minutes. Add on the 19 "salvageable sans synths" minutes of Damnation Alley and you've still got a group that would fit easily on two discs in various configurations. I hope Kritzerland (or Intrada) puts some or all of it out."
Roger has said there will be two scores per disc so they probably won't be packed to the gills. These are in my opinion the two most likely pairings:
The "Sinatra scores": Von Ryan's Express and The Detective just make sense to pair together, and apparently both are missing a few cues which hopefully have been found in the interim allowing both to be released complete by Intrada.
The "sensitive TV scores": Anna and the King (a series for which Goldsmith composed three episodes) and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (a TV movie). If there was no more material to add (unlikely since Varese's notes say that two cues each were picked to "represent" each of the two scores Goldsmith wrote besides the pilot) the total time of the disc would be only 31 minutes, sort of a minimum length for a release (though in some cases like City of Fear Intrada will put out a shorter disc). I'm hoping more material is out there than can be added to hopefully get us a complete release of both projects.
I also think there is a chance that we may get S*P*Y*S with both the Goldsmith and John Scott scores, because Roger's wording said that the five Goldsmith scores were paired, which would imply that one of them would have to be paired with a non-Goldsmith score. I think this may be the first time that a Goldsmith score and another composer's score for the same film are put together on one release (ie. 2 Days in the Valley and Gladiator were recently released with just the rejected Goldsmith scores, and I worry if The River Wild comes out it will omit the rejected Maurice Jarre score...)
I do think in the case of S*P*Y*S there may be a feeling that Goldsmith's score won't have as much appeal on its own (especially if not much more than the 19 minutes in the box survive) so getting it with the Scott score is more likely.