Your favorite demo songs

What are your favorite demo songs that you listen to at speaker stores for each of the following parameters? Below is my list:

1) Female Vocal - Eva Cassidy's Autumn Leaves
2) Male Vocal - Coldplay's Scientist
3) Imaging - Ani Difranco's Everest
4) Bass - Vitamin C's Graduation (Friends Forever)
5) Instrument Placement - Still trying to find one

If there are other parameters that you listen for please list them with the appropriate song.

Hi Jeweltone:
I keep going back to Ron Carter's "The Bass & I" for its excellent imaging, good bass and the fabulous percussion. The 2nd - 5th songs are great. I generally skip the first song. JimL
Some of everything-Paul Simon's Graceland
Dire Straits: Your Latest Trick, Private Investigations

Elton John: Madman Across the Water

Eurthymics: Sweet Dreams Are Made of This

Rage Against the Machine: Guerilla Radio

Tom Cochrane Live: Avenue A, Bird on a Wire

Crash Test Dummies: Superman Song
Duke Ellington and Louie Armstrong - Duke's Place

Patricia Barber - What A Shame

Jennifer Warnes - Nightingale

The Temptations - My Girl (a cappella version)

Paul Simon - Homeless

Sir Neville Mariner and the Academy of St. Martin In The Fields- Vivaldi Le quattro stagioni (Decca Legends 1969)

The Beatles - Because (a cappella version)

Eric Clapton - Unplugged (any cut)

Neal Young - Harvest Moon
Female Vocals - Rickie Lee Jones - The Horses off "Flying Cowboys" LP Also, Trouble Man off "Its like this"
Male Vocals - Elton John - Come Down in Time off of "Tumbleweed Connection"
Bass - Filter -Hey Man Nice Shot - off the Short Bus
Imaging - Chopin - Nocturns - Rubinstein - RCA red seal label
Instrument Placement - Beethoven's 5th - The Academy of Ancient Music
Dynamics - Steely Dan - "Babylon Sister" off Gaucho - MFSL CD.

Female vocals: An indie CD entitled "Grace Under Pressure" by an Ottawa-area female a capella group called Three Sheets to the Wind.

Male vocals: "Lady of Spain" from Garnet Rogers' CD "Firefly".

Violin: "Zigeunerweisen" from Lara St. John's "Gypsy" album.

Bass dynamics and articulation: "Purgatory Road" from Ray Wylie Hubbard's "Growl", and the last track of Edgar Mayer's recording of the Bach Cello Suites on double bass.

Overall dynamics: "The Wall" by Pink Floyd.

Imaging: Ladysmith Black Mambazo's "Shaka Zulu" and Doug MacLeod's "Come to Find".

Presence and overall realism: Ian Tyson's "Live at Longview".