Three best audiophile CD/LP in your collection

Can everyone share the list of the three best audiophile SACD/LP/CD from his collection regardless of genre ? IT's so difficult to find the real good sounding recording.
Excellent suggestions as above. Mine;

Jamie Cullum- Twentysomething CD/SACD (2004) Verve
Pink Floyd- DSOTM- SACD (2003)
The Rolling Stones- SACD (2002)

The trouble with Audiophile recordings is, so often the music isn't up to the recording quality. My two favourites for some years, great music and recording:

   Sara K-Waterfalls, on the Stockfisch label,

  Mark Murphy-Love is What Stays, on Verve

 Both of them, you just know you are in for a treat, after the first few bars (Not the first track on Waterfalls, which is of a busking Sax player)

Don't Smoke in Bed - Holly Cole CD
Roadhouse & Auomobiles Chris Jones LP 45rpm
Nightfly Donald Fagen LP

Great idea for a thread, so thanks to the OP, abronfer, if they’re still around. A dubious "thanks" to qualityrecordshop for resurrecting it.

I won’t claim these are "audiophile" recordings in the contemporary sense; e.g., the LPs are just original or at least very early pressing vinyl. All selections have exceptional sound compared to many other recordings I own. No doubt, a few more could be added to each list, but in keeping with the OPs original idea....

1. Dire Straits - Love Over Gold (especially, Private Investigations)
2. Laurie Anderson - Mister Heartbreak
3. Stevie Ray Vaughn - Couldn’t Stand the Weather (primarily, Tin Pan Alley)

1. Andy Summers - Last Dance of Mr. X (HDCD)
2. Peter Gabriel - UP (SACD)
3. Steely Dan - Gaucho (SACD)