Which recording best highlites your speakers??


I have read a lot about your favorite speakers. I would be interested in knowing precisely which recordings (in either cd or vinyl) bring out the best in your speakers. Throw in the speaker model as well.
billco_49
"Ghost Riders in the Sky", by Miss Peggy Lee either LP/CD and "of course" any LP featuring George Gobel on guitar/vocals.

Speakers are Stephens Tru-Sonic 80FR's.

Our previous main speakers (Reynaud Twins) seemed to flatter/favor Robert Clary recordings in that he seemed to be much larger/taller than life.
This week, (I change setups often)

Alison Krauss
Diana Krall
Natalie Cole
Patricia Barber

Speaker setup of the week is: Apogee centaur minors for mains with three Vmps subs. All recordings are sacd's.

Dave
Alison Krauss - New Favorite

Speakers are Revel M20
B&W CDM-9NT

Madonna "Ray of Light" track 10
Really deep hall effect, with lots of ambience and lowbass.
Best recording of Madonna's voice that I've heard.

Steven Halpern "Deja-Blues" Track 5
Nice solo flute against a background of various drums and percussive instuments.
Very subtle, very deep bass impact and plenty of ambience.
The speakers disappear.
Dire Straits - oldie but without a doubt!
Listen to "The Man's Too Strong"!
Desert Rose by Sting from A Brand New Day.

Speakers Hales Design Group T-5's.

Sting does an incredible job with engineering on his recordings. His CD's always seem to sound so much richer, cleaner and open than other artists.