Whats on your turntable tonight?

For me its the first or very early LP's of:
Allman Brothers - "Allman Joys" "Idyllwild South"
Santana - "Santana" 200 g reissue
Emerson Lake and Palmer - "Emerson Lake and Palmer"
Beethoven - "Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major" Rudolph Serkin/Ozawa/BSO
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - "Piano In The Background" [Columbia '6-eye' 1B/1B stereo LP '60]
Gerry Mulligan - "Jeru" [Columbia '360 sound' 1A/1B stereo LP '63]
Michel Legrand - "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" O.M.P. Sndtrk. [Philips 'Connoisseur' gatefold stereo LP '64]
Count Basie - "Afrique" [Flying Dutchman LP reissue '84/'72, rec. '70] Arranged & conducted by Oliver Nelson
Prokofiev, Lt. Kije, Tilson-Thomas/LASO, Coumbia
Brahms, Sonata 1 for Violin & Piano, Zukerman/Barenboim, DGG
Rodrigo, Concert-Serenade for Harp and Orchestra, Marzendorfer/BerlinRSO, Zabaleta -hp, DGG
Sullivan, Irish Sym, Groves/Royal Liverpool PO, EMI
Rush: I started thinking about one of your last posts and after looking at your list you played with your friends visiting;wow, what a eclectic list! I dearly love the Walton and John Shirley Quirk. You must have great friends. When ever I play my English cathedral music for my friends;they just roll their eyes.

I hope we can meet up some day

Horace Silver Quintet - "Silver's Serenade" [Blue Note LP reissue '63/'7?] Overall I'm preferring this to the RVG CD I also have on hand, primarily for its openess, texture, and more involving sense of communication (though I find my cartridge does rise inaccurately the top octaves), but how much of that preference is attributable to my gear, how much to the remastering, and how much to format I can't say -- something I believe is almost always true in these comparisons

Horace Silver - "Sterling Silver" [Blue Note LP compilation '79, rec. '56-'64] Unissued + alternate takes + 45rpm versions previously unavailable on LP, all but one are Quintet, most or all of which have since been appended to CD reissues as bonus tracks, a few of which I also have, and again I'm preferring the LP

Horace Silver - "The Trio Sides" [Blue Note mono/stereo 2LP compilation '76, rec. '52-'68] Great collection of Horace without the usual 2-horn frontline he helped popularize, and so really showcases his piano