dozen must have jazz cd s

Whats the hottest 12 Jazz cd's in your collection....the ones you dont lend out, ever !
George Duke -After hours
Joe Zawinal-World Tour
Flim&the BB's-Further Adventures
Patricia Barber- Modern Cool
Billy Cobham-Crosswinds
John Mclaughlin-the Promise
Mahavishnu Orchestra-Lost Trident Sessions,Visions of the Emerald beyond
Bela Fleck-UFO-TOFU
Weather Report-8:30,Mysterious Traveller
Joni Mitchell-Hejira
Henry Mancini-Best of
Tony Martinez-Cuban Power
michael Camillo-Any
The Benny Green Trio-Testifying
Ray Brown-Some of my best friends are Singers
Donald Byrd-Jazz at the Waterfront
Donald Byrd-Mustang
Patricia Barber-Companion
Patricai Barber-Nightclub
Herbie Hancock-Empyrean Isles
Ahmad Jamal-Live at Joe Segal's Jazz Showcase
Al Grey-Centerpiece. Live at the Blue Note
Oscar Peterson-The More I See You
Ben Webster-Live at the Jazzhus
Hampton Hawes-Four
Herbie Hancock-Maiden Voyage
Bill Evans Trio-Sunday At The Village Vanguard
The Art Farmer Quintet-Blame It On My Youth
Shelly Manne & His Men At The Black Hawk Vols. 1-5
Keith Jarrett Trio-Whisper Not
Max Roach-Deeds Not Words
Clifford Brown & Max Roach
Miles Davis-KOB
Sonny Rollins-Saxaphone Colossus
The Art Tatum Group Masterpieces Vol. 8
Bill Evans-Waltz For Debbie

Since you said only 12, I will stop there!
I missed one!
Bobby Hutcherson-Dialogue
Pop is not jazz. Congratulations to Shelton for most evolved taste so far. My vote for Shelton as jazz arbiter.
Cannonball-Somethin Else , Sonny Clark-Cool Struttin , Sweets Edison-Simply Sweetes , Chet Baker-Chet , Monk-Brilliant Corners , Ammons-Boss Tenors , Miles-KOB , Hawkins Encounters Webster , Charlie Rouse-Epistrophy , and either Blue Trane or Soul Trane. Jeez that was hard....
Here are my top dozen you have probably seen before...

Miles Davis
- Kind of Blue
- Relaxin'
- Birth of the Cool

Bill Evans
- Explorations
- Portrait in Jazz
- Everybody Digs Bill Evans

Dave Brubeck Quartet
- Time Out

Oscar Peterson
- The Trio

Chet Baker
- Chet
- In New York

Wes Montgomery
- The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery

Wynton Kelly
- Kelly Blue

And here are my top dozen you may or may not be familiar with...

Red Garland
- Groovy
- All Kinds of Weather
- It's a Blue World

Tommy Flanagan
- Moodsville
- Alone Too Long

- Bird Songs

Kenny Barron
- The Moment

Duke Jordan
- Flight to Denmark

Hank Jones
- Upon Reflection

Eric Reed
- Manhattan Melodies

George Mraz
- Duke's Place

Emily Remler
- Standards
Miles, Kind Of Blue
Horace Silver, Song for my Father
Duke Ellington, Such Sweet Thunder
Charlie Hayden, Liberation Music Orchestra
Mingus, Mingus Ah Um
Wayne Shorter, Native Dancer
Oliver Nelson, The Blues & The Abstract Truth
Ella Fitzgerald, The Best of the Songbooks
Miles, Sketches of Spain
Monk, Brilliant Corners
Return to Forever, Romantic Warrior