A wonderful New York record store called Footlight Records regularly sends emails when they have new releases (the store itself closed and they now only do business by mail and online). Anyway, there are new EMI import CD's coming out this month of PETE'S DRAGON and TRON. The DRAGON CD includes the pop single version of "Candle on the Water" not included on the Disney release. The TRON CD may be the same as the Disney one, but I don't have my original copy handy. The big news for fans of Tutti Camarata and Rankin/Bass TV shows is that THE STINGIEST MAN IN TOWN album is FINALLY on CD, with BONUS TRACKS! This is a Columbia cast album from 1956, based on the Alcoa live musical TV special starring Basil Rathbone as Scrooge. Camarata conducted the magnificent score by Janice Torre and Fred Spielman ("Paper Roses"). THE STINGIEST MAN IN TOWN was remade as an animated ABC special by Rankin/Bass in 1978 starring Walter Matthau as Scrooge, with the same songs. Some of the earlier arrangements on the Columbia album always sounded very Rankin/Bass to me, with the sweeping violins (that sound like Rudolph taking off). It turns out, as Tutti recalled, that longtime R/B arranger/conductor Maury Laws may have worked with Camarata on the album, by coincidence! Anyway, it's really worth a listen I had given up hope that it would ever make it to CD. You can find this on amazon here http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_d/002-52....y=13&Go=Go And you can visit Footlight here: http://www.footlight.com/new_releases.cfm They can add you to their email list if you so you'll know when new movie and show type CD's are released. It's a good idea since they often feature lesser known items that don't always show up on amazon or elsewhere.