I might be a bit premature with this, as I've not heard it on truly great hifi setup yet, but I'ma gonna recommend something.
Good albums are ones that have some great songs, and where the filler tracks are also a reasonable standard. Great albums are where there truly are no filler tracks. It seems to me to be very rare to find albums where the songs are all great but they've been put together in an extremely thoguhtful way, so that when you take the time to listen to the entire album in one sitting you are taken on an emotional journey.
Elvis Costello has released many albums in many genres over the course of his 35 year career. Most people, even his biggest fans, seem to overlook "Mighty Like a Rose" as it doesn't have any killer single. If you aren't a big fan, then you probably couldn't name a single song on that album, let alone hum a single bar from it.
It is, imvho, one fo the most overlooked albums of the '90s. The songs are all great. It starts out on a vibrant, up-tempo mood, but soon starts to drift into melancholy before spiralling down into the deepest darkest emotional pit I've heard in music with the second last track, before bringing you out the other side, jsut a little. Leaving you feeling still, and raw, but perhaps with that hint of optimism that you're through it and things will look up from here on out.
I used to listen to "Broken" as the last track on my hifi demo disc. I was always left feeling the stillness of the room afterwards. It is one of the most profound love songs I've heard.
Making use of a celeste, harmonium, clavinet, chamberlain it will stretch your speaker's bottom end ability to play musically, and some of Elvis' vocals and use of horns will show off the top end, too.
It took me about 3 listens to from start to finish to fully appreciate this record, but I've been enjoying it ever since.