Let me hear your rig.

If you're anything like me, you have a few certain albums and or CDs that will do your system justice. What do you play to properly demonstrate your gear for company?

My list: Cab Calloway – "Minnie The Moocher" from the soundtrack album to the 1980 movie "The Blues Brothers". I have an ultra clean copy on vinyl and it sounds fantastic.

The Neil Young disc "Old Ways" 24k Gold on the Mobile Fidelity label. The song "Bound For Glory" really stands out.

Van Morrison - Too Long In Exile. Anyting on this LP sounds great.

The song "Misfits" by The Kinks has a great guitar intro.

These are some of the tracks I use. How about you?
I'm the Clean Up Man - Guitar Shorty
Darktown - Steve Hackett
(Maries the Name) Of His Latest Flame - Elvis
"Lunar Sea" and "Pressure Points" - Camel
"Billy Jean" - Michael Jackson
"Carmina Burana" - Carl Orff (TelArc CD)
"Something" (remaster) - The Beatles
Growing Up - Peter Gabriel
"Green Onions" - Booker T. and the MGs
"haunted" - The Moody Blues
"Unknown Legend" - Neil Young (live unplugged version)
" All the Girls Love Alice" - Elton John
Chris Isaak - Baja Sessions
Good Will Hunting Soundtrack
Mickey Hart Planet Drum
Benjamin Button Soundtrack
John Renbourn Maid in Bedlam
Rob Roy Soundtrack
Melody Gardot My One and Only Thrill
Michael Hedges Taproot
Brandon Marsalis Trio Jeepy
Miles Davis remastered XRCD 50s discs
All MA recordings
Cowboy Junkies "Whites off earth now!!"

Yoko Ono "I Scream,You Scream,We All Scream Because We Can't Sing"
LP's of course:
Almost any Blue Note from before 1965
Monk on Riverside or Prestige
Schoenberg String Quartets by Julliard Quartet
Illhan Mimaroglu "Sing me a song of Songmy"
Pierre Henry book of the dead album

I really love your music!

Great choices.