What 3 recordings from different genres do you and your wife/partner appreciate equally?

I thought this might make an interesting thread since there are many polarizing aspects of high end audio when regarding your spouse/partner. With approximately 1400 vinyl albums and 1100 compacts discs there are less then 100 recordings we equally like. Maybe this is normal for audiophiles? Post as many genres as you like, as always I appreciate your time and comments. These recordings quickly came to mind. Appreciating Back To Black more as time goes on, my wife loved it in 2007!

Classical-Vivaldi Four Seasons
                Mendelssohn-Violin Concerto
                Holst-The Planets

Jazz-Bill Evans Trio-Sunday At The Village Vanguard
         Shirley Horn- Here's To Life
         Diana Krall-Love Scenes

Pop/Rock-Neil Young On The Beach
                 Roxy Music-Avalon
                 Amy Winehouse- Back To Black

Tchaikovsky 1812   
Jennifer Warnes The Hunter   
pat travers
many others

heavy metal/ metal
iron maiden
Lots of others

pink floyd
uriah Heep
wishbone ash
status quo
lucifers friend
atomic rooster
many others.....

Steely Dan
Most 80’sMost 70’s FM

the list goes on
Rumours 45rpm
Peter Gabriel - everything from So to present
Roger Waters - Amused to Death
Steely Dan - pretty much all of them
Holst - The Planets - LA Philharmonic

Touchy subject.  Wife and I don't agree on much.
The closest is the song Europa even then we disagree on which version
Santana Vs Gato Barbieri .
Everyone knows it's Gato

Not recordings, but artists: Dave Edmunds (Rock ’n’ Roll), Marshall Crenshaw & The Plimsouls (Power Pop), Iris Dement (Singer-Songwriter/Bluegrass), Steve Earle (badass Country). Oops, that’s four genres and five artists.
+1 bdp24

I will add 3 more to possibly revive this thread?

Marshall Crenshaw-ST
Peter Gabriel-So
The Manhattan Transfer-Vocalese
Oh yeah, like I she loves NRBQ (atta girl!), Kasey Chambers (a wonderful Australian Country artist), and Los Lobos. Great taste (for a chick ;-), ay?
Actually, we have pretty similar tastes. 

Being a guitar player, I do tend to enjoy Rock and electric Blues somewhat more than she does. I never play Led Zep when she's at home!  Picking just three titles for each genre is kind of ridiculous but here are some that immediately spring to mind...


Jackie Ryan: You and the Night and the Music
Bill Evans: Live at the Vanguard recordings
Dave Holland Quintet: Prime Directive


Lucinda Williams: Car Wheels on a Gravel Road
Neil Casal: Fade Away Diamond Time
Railroad Earth: (Or are they JamBand?) Last of the Outlaws 


John Prine: The Missing Years
Courtney Marie Andrews: Honest Life
Patrick Park: Come What Will


Emmy Lou Harris: Luxury Liner
Jerry Jeff Walker: It's a Good Night for Singin' 
Rita Hosking: Come Sunrise 


Richard and Linda Thompson: I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight
Pentangle: Sweet Child
Birds of Chicago: Live From Space


Solas: The Words that Remain
Lunasa: (self-titled)
John McSherry and Donal O' Connor: Tripswitch


Chris Robinson Brotherhood: Big Moon Ritual
Sons of Champlin: Loosen up Naturally
Allman Bros: Live at Fillmore east 

And a great idea for a thread on your part, dayglow!  

Interesting what you suggest about most audiophiles' taste not being consistent with that of their wives. . . 

I will say that although our musical tastes are very similar, mine does not share my obsession with SQ !