I would particularly recommend the talks from the "9-Day Retreat Easter 2007" album:http://www.bswa.org/modules/mydownloads ... php?cid=42
These talks contain his usual similes and stories, with his usual teaching style, but I have found the overall integrity and coherence quite remarkable: There is that one taste, the taste of freedom. Of course his talks are not really about satisfying our intellectuality, but about directly conditioning our inclinations. Even when he speaks seemingly superficially, actually what he does is planting the seeds of the most profound inclinations in a nearly imperceptible way. Top-notch brainwashing: load in a few talks mindfully, sit down, and "rock and roll"!
Also, some extra enlightenment jokes for this post:http://santipada.googlepages.com/thelig ... ightenment
Always inspiring: Ajahn Brahm Audio
"Just as in the great ocean there is but one taste — the taste of salt — so in this Doctrine and Discipline there is but one taste — the taste of freedom"