Woke up with one of my periodic urges to listen to Nashville Skyline, and was struck by how well-produced it is. I had really forgotten that. Such a nice balance and spread of instruments, crisp and rich at the same time. Some cliched songs on there, but overall really achieves what it's trying to do. The piano seems especially great on this beautiful Virginia morning. (Interesting article about it here: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/...ille-skyline-10-things-you-didnt-know-818089/) Other days, I really love Blood on the Tracks' sound (which a friend once described as "sounding like it was recorded in an acoustic guitar"). Desire is another favorite album-sound (Howie Wyeth's drumming is just perfectly done, recorded, and mixed there). Blonde on Blonde is also great for what it's trying to do. As is John Wesley Harding's stringent starkness. And Lanois's "swampy" mix of Oh, Mercy can work well. Your choices & reasons?