The Mravinsky with Leningrad Philharmonic on DGG 1960 is unsurpassed as a performance, no question about it. But the recording quality is somewhat crude.
The Giulini with the Philharmonia Orchestra on UK columbia is from the same period, but with much better sound and also a magnificent performance. A more 'modern' recording (around 1980, still analog) I can recommend is Ashkenazy (on Decca, also the Philharmonia).
Curentzis isn’t entertaining, like that flashy woman you meet a bar, but would be hard to take as a regular partner. I enjoyed the Kiril Petrenko who really takes a bit of a conservative view, but again I’ll state a preference for Bychkov in terms of striking the right balance between excitement without feeling like it is going to become unhinged. These 3 recordings seemed to arrive at the same time so I tend to compare them