Mono cartridge on a vintage idler is how I get it. 😉
I have a bunch of jazz CD’s from that era and most of them are mono.
Grover Washington Jr’s "Winelight" album:
2. Let it Flow
Both of those tracks have percussion and subtle acoustic guitar all over the place...great imaging. I have the original release and the Nautilus Super Disk versions on vinyl.
Sade "Best of Sade" has several great tracks... among them "Your love is King", "Hang on to Your Love", "No Ordinary Love".
James Taylor "Dad Loves His Work"
A silly track, barely over 2 minutes long, called Summer’s Here. About a third of the way in, a brief solo on a Hammond Organ sound like the damn thing got rolled almost to your listening chair. When I had Maggie 1.7’s it was almost startling. Fun tune!
Steely Dan "Kid Charlemagne" has a lot going on in it's soundstage. But then so do MANY of Steely Dan's and Donald Fagan's work.