One of my favorites is John Rutter's Requiem on Reference Recordings (RR-57CD). This is a cliassical album with absolutely beautiful music. It is not a full orchestra, but rather just a few instruments such as harp, oboe, cello, and flute. Oh-yea, I forgot to mention the organ On my big rig, if I turn it up a bit too load, stuff begins to fall off tables thoughout the house.
just curious..... you want to show off some big subs or something? got something cool? ...if you want even more bass out of your favorite stuff, consider getting a subharmonic synthesizer. it generates a waveform 1 octave below the lowest note in your program. they use it in clubs and theaters.... will shake like oyu wouldn't believe if you got the right equipment.
A search on Google pulls up 16 hz as the lowest pedal note. (I'd link to a site, but most just referenced this number as a given.) That makes sense...I remember being in a large church a few years ago when my dad pointed out the bass note at the end of a song. It was the ragged edge of perception...you could almost count the vibrations.
Try some king crimson recent albums, or Satriani "Engines of Creation" will give you good bass and balanced into the music, not only bass, if you want to hear only bass, get one of those bass mekanik CDs just for auto subwoofer competition, those will blow you away....