Can anyone recomend any great bono/conga albums

I have been looking for some good tracks with lots of bongos/congas to enjoy on an very open clean tube set up. Something that realy demonstrates the system... I have had my fill of jazz.
Dweller, Funny you mention this album, shortly after my post to this thread I listened to this album last night (Rhythm Saints) and thought of this thread.
"Caribe" Michel camillo
"Mafereful" Tony Martinez

Preview these at the Itunes store if you wish
For outrageous drumming (lots of "homey" percussion), check out Bahia Black's "Ritual Beating System." It's a one-off band that will never assemble or record together again, and it's unbelievable.

A few others?

The starting minute or so of Ben Harper's song Burn One Down.

There's a Tabla player who is also a house music superstar, but he cut a few traditional albums. His name is Talvin Singh, and it will be clear whether he's drumming or mixing. The mix stuff is incredible (some of it anyway) but the table stuff is extremely well recorded (not a surprise given his mixing credentials.

The Little Feat live album, Waiting for Columbus, features an awesome bongo player. While the album is more jam band than percussion fest, it's a must-own album and the bongo moments are superlative.

Find the world music album by and named Nomad. It's sure to show your system to advantage and it has lots of homemade percussion instruments.

Just a start...happy listening,