Big Jarre fan here too. Glad to see the guy getting a little love ten years after we lost him. If I'm not mistaken, everything that was on LP made its way on to CD at some point (even if it was 20+ years ago like NIGHT OF THE GENERALS and THE PROFESSIONALS) EXCEPT for his score for the 1975 GREAT EXPECTATIONS -- correct me if I'm wrong. I think it's time to give MAD MAX BEYOND THUNDERDOME a whirl -- a masterfully classic piece of Jarre orchestral insanity. Love it!!!!! And as for the unreleased stuff, I would really love a complete FIVE CARD STUD. The six minutes that came out in that Jarre compilation from several years ago was great -- but not enough!
As I've said in previous Maurice Jarre threads, he's always been a bit hit and miss to me. I particularly like LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, DR. ZHIVAGO (even though the theme is repeated a bit too often), DEAD POETS SOCIETY and JACOB'S LADDER. Then there are a great many more that I've owned over the years, or sampled, but that haven't "made the cut" in the end. I obviously have a lot more to discover.