Looking for great jazz guitar recordings - any recommendations?

Hello All,

Here's the list I've put together so far, but I'm looking for more and better recordings...   I want good music AND great recordings of such...   I also use these as partial test tunes (streamed from Tidal in MQA) for evaluating sound quality.

Russ Freeman & the Rippingtons, the Album Topaz, Stories of the Painted Desert
Ron Cooley with Manheim Steamroller, the album Day Dreams
Michael Hedges, the album Aerial Boundaries (wow!)
Antoine Dufour,  the single Talk
Gordon Giltrap,  the album Fear of the Dark
Fourplay, the album Fourplay
Jenn Adams, the album Water, Blue Island (great recording)
Joe Bonamassa, the album Live from the Royal Albert Hall
John Williams, the album Guitar Transcriptions (I know this isn't jazz, but its so good)
Nils Lofgren, the album Acoustic Live, Keith Don't Go
Roger Shah and Sunlounger, A Balearic Dinner

What else should I add to my collection?   What moves you?

This this is a great thread.  Thanks for starting it.  And thanks to many for the most excellent suggestions/nominations I agree with many -  I’m with @david_pully : this is like asking for favorite albums.   I’m new to this community and simply love this kind of confirmation and inspiration.

Here are some additional ideas:

Metheny - “80/81”
McLaughlin w the “Trio of Doom”
Don Ross (anything)

Ralph Towner
Albert King
Ry Cooder
Julian Bream
Paco de Lucia
John Mcglaughlin
Frank Zappa “Shut up and play your Guitar”
Albert Collins
Jimi Hendrix
Pat Martino
Joe Pass
Wes Montgomery. “Smokin at the Half Note”
Early George Benson on CTI

Here’s a few that haven’t been mentioned:
  • Alex Machacek
  • Alex Skolnick
  • Frank Gambale
  • Phil Miller
  • Terje Rypdal
  • Volker Kriegel
Does Bola Sete' count? I saw him live at a little theater in late '67. Sweet.