There are many better versions, but for low bass oomph and colorful (and I do mean colorful) registrations, the Virgil Fox recording The Fox Touch, Vol. 1 (on direct to disc Crystal Clear vinyl) or on the Bainbridge CD may fill the bill. I always enjoyed Virgil's liberties with the scores and his imagination in registrations; others don't. The recording is of a bright organ in a DEAD space--very little sound of the space in which the organ was located. Virgil did like to use the pedals, though, probably more than most others do. I played this disc for an organ student from Germany, who was alternately laughing or marvelling at the interpretation, depending on the part. On a more staid note, I like Christopher Herrick's interpretations on Hyperion, but there's nothing particularly sonically spectacular about the disc with this piece.