Best Drum Solos


I'm finding that I've been REALLY enjoying drum solos on my system lately. They seem to work the whole speaker, from the kick drum in the woofers, to the tom-tom in the midrange, and the cymbals and high hats in the tweeters. And when it all comes together, they are the instrument I have the easiest time seeing in front of myself.

I searched the forums titles to see if there were any good drum solo discussions going on, but I didn't see any. So here we go. In no particular order, here are some drum solos I've found to be very high quality:

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - The Drum Thunder Suite
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - Caravan
Dave Brubeck Quartet - Far More Drums
Led Zeppelin - Moby Dick
Max Roach - Max's Variations

What are your favorite drum solos to listen to on your system? 
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Any drum solo by Omar Hakim, Tony Roy Jr.
Frenchman marc cerrone always has a good sounding drum set.. even though is not a 1st class drummer.  check out "2nd chance"  with tony allen for intersting afro beat or cerrone's drum solo live at versailles 2005.
Phil collins did an entertaining solo live in paris I believe.
I saw Roy Haynes do a solo during a lecture/demonstration in a university performance hall ca. 1980.  It was quite impressive.
Nice input everyone! I'm assembling a Spotify playlist the best I can with what they have available. Here's the playlist:

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I made it collaborative so people can add and remove at will. Think of it like a wiki playlist!
Tony Williams on Miles' "Nefertiti"; brilliant.  The tune is all about Williams soloing throughout while the front line just plays the melody and don't solo.
KISS - Peter Criss, Alive or something. Don't get me wrong, I'm not a huge KISS fan. But I will never forget listening to this solo when I was a kid, even if I can't remember the album. It goes on forevah!