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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What, no grateful dead? I saw them a couple dozen times before Jerry died and really enjoyed the "drums" portion of there concerts. They would play (Bill & Mickey) for about 20 minutes on there own without the rest of the band. Good stuff & very talented musicians.  
Somehow, I'm getting a great drum vibe from my gear from the drums (not a drum solo itself) of this band's debut album.

The Reign of Kindo - Something In The Way That You Are

The drummer's finesse is making the drums livelier in my system
I love Reign of Kindo! I'll have to check it out on my system.
Gentlemen, I give you Gergo Borlai!  As far as Fusion power drumming goes, while there's truly been so many exceptional drumming forces to be reckoned with, I believe the 1st generation belonged to Billy Cobham, the 2nd generation was Dennis Chambers, and currently the reigning champ is Gergo Borlai!  Check him out!

BTW, the last clip is from bass phenom (and Tribal Tech member) Gary Willis's latest; Larger Than Life.  This is one of the great Fusion Jazz recordings of the 21st century!

There's a nice one on the Whiplash soundtrack.