This 1974 version of "The Planets" was absent from the catalog a long time. My Penguin Guide (2000/1) and Gramophone Good CD Guide (1997) do not mention it. Diapason (1991), from France makes a passing note while reviewing a Telarc version with the Royal Philarmonic, also under Previn.
So I have to quote from the original CD review by Edward Greenfield in 12/1985:
I am glad that EMI have had the courage to realize how much preferable the sound of the Previn is than its much more recent Rattle LP version, which might otherwise have been treated to a CD transfer.
I much prefer the interpretation too, which was my first choice when a year or so back I did a comparison for the BBC Radio 3 Record Review ''Building a Library'' series. Solti characteristically is brilliant but often too tense in the wrong way, and the brightness of the Decca sound, though also impressive, has an edge and aggressiveness and is not nearly so agreeable as the 1974 EMI.'
Does this deserve remastering for DVD Audio?. No, because it was not originally a "Quadraphonic" Record, and the price is too high.
In my system I can play Solti's version on vinyl also in 5 or 7 channels. For free...
SACD and DVD-Audio will not survive the test of time.. No point in making such reissues. A mid-price CD would do as well for a quarter of the price...