Any other fans/collectors of library music around here? Library music, aka production music or "needle drop" music, is created for use in TV, films and other applications but is not normally issued commercially to the general public. For years this music was avoided by most, as it was thought of to be synonymous with easy listening or Muzak. However, over time people have discovered that in the hundreds of library records released in the '60s, '70s and early '80s, there are some real gems to be found for any music lover. The uninitiated should really consider picking up one of the great compilations, such as "Bite Hard: The Music De Wolfe Studio Sampler 1972-1980", "KPM Action Drive" or the De Wolfe "Soundbook" comps on the Irma La Douce label to hear some excellent and way too often overlooked jazzy and funky instrumentals. I'm probably in the minority here as I still find it fun to sift through the many horrid tracks and often even horrid full albums to find that diamond in the rough. It takes a special person to plunk down $30 - $60 for an LP only to find one or two exciting tracks. While the compilations include some really great pieces, they also have left off a lot of amazing tunes, and many music libraries haven't earned compilations at all. So enough from me for now - anyone else here own or have previously owned any library albums? Any personal recommendations or warnings of albums to be sure to avoid?