As most of you know, I am a big fan of binaural recordings...especially the dummy head ones. One of the most frequently asked questions here on head-fi is "Where to get good binaural recordings?". Usually one or two of these will be recommended but not many. So, to facilitate the search, here are my favorite binaural recordings and where to buy them. I will continually update this as I find other great binaural recordings. 1. Richard Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra; Camille Saint-Saëns: Symphony No. 3 (Organ) One of the best binaural recordings ever done IMHO. 2. Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps; Rachmaninoff: Symphonic Dances Another fantastic recording but not as good as the first one IMHO, mainly due to the material being played. 3. Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra - Up Close A nice and fun binaural recording. Instruments move around you and it really does sound like you are there. Here is a video recorded during these "Fritz" sessions: 4. Glenn Gould - Bach's Goldberg Variations reperformance Fantastic sound done with amazing technology. Contains both a normal stereo recording as well as one done with a binaural dummy head. 5. Art Tatum - Piano Starts Here - Live At The Shrine reperformance Fantastic sound done with amazing technology. Contains both a normal stereo recording as well as one done with a binaural dummy head. 6. Rachmaninoff Plays Rachmaninoff: Zenph Re-performance Fantastic sound done with amazing technology. Contains both a normal stereo recording as well as one done with a binaural dummy head. 7. "Stax Raumklang CD" aka Stax "Space Sound" CD A demo disc of what early binaural could do circa 1988. 8. Can - Flow Motion Funky German beats to kick back and listen to on a lazy, hazy day. This well produced album shows off what can be done with a dummy head and clever mixing and overdubs. Not for everyone but I totally dig this CD. 9. Solid Brass - Gershwin to Sousa (not a dummy head recording) A great recording done by none other than the great Joe Grado of HP-1000 fame! Not done with a dummy head but it still retains many of the spatial cues critical to binaural recordings. A real fun recording and it also sounds great on speakers.