One thing that I have always lusted after ( being a musician who likes making replica covers ) is real, accurate and complete scores of Jarres music.
After watching the latest Oxygene tour, I wonder if even Jarre has reliable scores to work from as so much of what was played was WAY off the original album versions. I found that dissapointing.
But what about the previous concerts, surely the musicians had them to work from?. That said, the last tour made me suspect that a vaster amount of concert audio than I first thought was from a tape machine. Of course, noise-effects and sounds from older, generaly unreliable synthesizers would have been impossible to recreate as they sound on the albums, so they would have come from tape.
I accept that some elements - especially the sequences and definately sound-effects - would be perhaps too complex to write down, ( I know, I've transcribed most of them ). But wouldn't it be great to own complete printed scores - I wonder if they exsist or are they just kept as sequencer data ??