Recalling the more innocent end of the series' early history, the C.P. replication of Paul Church Jr.'s 1983 Private "Just Passing Through" blends sublime synth-fields & crystal-gaze antics with the sort of effects-laden stage piano drip of New Age purveyors such as Jordan De La Sierra & even C.P. alum Giuseppe Morocchi.
A decades-in-the-making title finally getting its due is the single-disc issue covering both the Jean Schwarz, Philip Beetz, Jacques Lejeune Private "Calling Card" LP "Des Musiques Des Sons" coupled with the Beetz-heavy "Hommage A..." Soleil Masque library. Read my epic spiel on the site for the whole timeline of getting this absurdly hard to find slice of GRM-aligned Electro-Acoustic mania back out & hearable again!
After debuting in the C.P. catalogue via his piece "Portrait Du Matin" on the "Musica Electroacustica Española" set, Spanish composer Enrique X Macias' lone 1983 solo LP gets its due place in the spotlight, covering his Ensemble-and-Tape experiments including collaborations with Jorge Peixinho, Patrick Kosk, and others.
Then, continuing this mini-stretch of Library-world disambiguation projects, there's a fresh double-disc covering the more Avant-Garde & Electronic work of one Edouard "Ted" Joseph Scotto Di Suoccio (better known perhaps through his work as Yan Tregger and/or Daniel/David Wescott) which presents two Musical Touch Sound libraries in one handy package; easily his best work!