Oh music whys, I have a long list mostly from late 80s to early 90s due to proper audio engineering practices being commonly implemented. Mostly electronic music right now.
All of these music titles have some phenomenal instances of great dynamic bass.
Enya - Enya (Later reissued as the The Celts I can only attest to the quality of the original release)
Enya - Watermark
Enya - Shepherd Moon
KMFDM - Naïve – Hell To Go, Angst, NIHIL, Xtort, Symbols (The Originals, unfortunately the Remasters are compressed and clipped.)
ATB - Two Worlds, Movin' Melodies
Leftfield - Leftism
Chicane - Far From The Maddening Crowd, Behind The Sun
The Orb - U.F.Orb, Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld.
Champion - Chill'em All
Depeche Mode - Music for the Masses, Violator, Songs of Faith and Devotion, Playing the Angel Any digital stereo version of PTA is complete crap. The Devotional concert DVD is such a great disc for cinematography, editing, and sound quality. -Both the PCM stereo and DD.
And many more.
My criteria for quality mixes and records are that instrumentation must have range and audible space to breathe -although some music that is not the intent or possible depending on content, that there is audible release and decay in the sound scape -perhaps redundant, no distortion unless that was meant to be in the recording -ie electric guitars with sfx, absolutely no brick walling or excessive compression be it up or down.