Some of my faves on vinyl that I don't think were previously listed here… Jazz: Patricia Barber - Café Blue on Premonition Kenny Dorham - Whistle Stop on Blue Note / Music Matters Kenny Burrell - Midnight Blue on Blue Note / Music Matters Illinois Jacquet - Bottoms Up! on Prestige Illinois Jacquet - Swings the Thing on Verve / AP Mono 45rpm Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage - on Blue Note / Music Matters Herbie Hancock - Empyrean Isles - on Blue Note / Music Matters John Coltrane - Blue Train - on Blue Note / Music Matters Rock: Yes - The Yes Album on Atlantic and it has to be a 1st pressing, GP mastered, Monarch pressing preferred. (a TYA alternative that is pretty good is the Friday Music 45rpm) Yes - Fragile on Atlantic, 1st pressing, GP mastered, Monarch pressing preferred. Anything other than these is pretty lifeless. If you want to hear great bass and real dynamics, these are the ones to get. Supertramp - Crime of the Century - MFSL The Band - The Band - MFSL John Mellencamp - Uh-Huh on Riva Records, 1st pressing, Robert Ludwig mastered Michael Jackson - Thriller on Epic, 1st pressing The Police - Synchronicity on A&M Records... First pressing on Quiex Audiophile Translucent Purple Vinyl World Music: Dead Can Dance - Into the Labyrinth - MFSL Dead Can Dance - Spiritchaser - MFSL This is enough for now.... I'll add more later.