Top 10 Jazz recordings ever

I am looking for excellent jazz recordings, I am sure you guys know what to suggest, mostly vocals.
Miles Davis:Sketches Of Spain
Chick Corea Akoustic Band:Alive
Ray Brown:Superbass
Dave Brubeck:Take 5
Sonny Rollins:Way Out West
Harry James:The King James Sessions
Bill Evans:Live at The Village Vanguard
Branford Maralis:Trio Jeepy
Joshua Redmond:Wish

...just to name a few
Agree with Learsfool.

Top 10 ever... I don't know. Sorry, I don't listen to much vocal jazz, but instrumental greats:

"Paris Blues" Horace Silver
"Lush Life" John Coltrane
"Maiden Voyage" Herbie Hancock
"Standard Coltrane" John Coltrane
"Speak No Evil" Wayne Shorter

Must Have Box Sets:
"Miles Davis Quintet 1965-1968(this was the 2nd great quintet) Box Set/ excellent quality recordings, and a huge bargain at current prices! (6 CD set)

"Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961 Miles Davis and John Coltrane;" This will get you the "must have" "Kind of Blue" session too. Box Set is a huge bargain at current prices! (6 CD set)

Must Haves:
"Tenor Madness" Sonny Rollins
"Saxophone Collosus" Sonny Rollins
"Way Out West" Sonny Rollins
"The Sound of Sonny" Sonny Rollins

Here are some of what you asked for(jazz vocals)
"Nancy Wilson with Cannonball Adderly Quintet"
"Never Make Your Move too Soon" Enerstine Anderson
"You Won't Forget Me" Shirley Horn
"Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie" Ella Fitzgerald
"Carmen McCrae Betty Carter Duets" Live at the Great American Music Hall
"The Best Of Sarah Vaughn" (Pablo)
"Dinah Washington Golden Hits Volume One
"Nat King Cole Sings George Shearing Plays"
"John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman"
"King Pleasure"
"Nothin But The Blues" Joe Williams
"Tony Bennett Bill Evans Album"
"Kurt Elling Live in Chicago"
"Nice an Easy" Frank Sinatra
"Ray Charles and Betty Carter" with the Jack Halloran Singers
This is just a few of the many, many great jazz vocals out there.
Listen to Bob Parlocha at night on KCSM dot org or go to jazzwithbobparlocha dot com to find other stations. You'll get a fantastic jazz education in record time. I recommend the book by James Lincoln Collier "Jazz, The American Anthem".