I'm a Rock, Blues and R&B guy. Through the decades I've acquired many great recordings that bring me joy to this day, but if for some reason I had to part with them I could do so (however reluctantly). Some examples are the MFSL Marvin Gaye - What's Going On, the Speakers Corner Supertramp - Crime of the Century, the UK a3/b3 pressing of Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon, the MFSL Alan Parsons - Tales of Mystery and Imagination and the Classic Records Dido - No Angel. And those are just a few examples. The one album though, which is actually a 5LP boxed set and NOT an audiophile pressing (Columbia), that I would never part with is David Gilmour - Live in Gdansk. And here are my reasons: 1. It contains the best version of the Rick Wright composed classic "ECHOES". IMO it is better than the studio version on Meddle or the live version performed on Live atPompeii. 2. It's the last recorded performance by Rick before his death. 3. It will never ever be played again. While I was an early fan of Pink Floyd right from the start, it wasn't until I experienced Echoes that my love for the band was truly solidified. For some reason I always felt this wonderful connection with this song.