Another favorite of mine is Mravinsky from '82 on Erato. I can't help but be aware that this is a live performance, and that things just come off perfectly. The strings are divided, too, which makes for wonderful phrasing contrasts. Balances are also great. Listening to this now. Can't stop- there's real electricity to this performance, but no loss of feeling. >>
Thanks for the tip for Mravinsky. You're right - it's addictive, can't stop listening as you say. It completely draws you in. Wonderful.
I've been going through short clips of the first movement on YT, and there are a number that I've discarded just on that basis, mostly for too fast or too pushed. From what remain and I want to listen further to I'd say Mravinsky, Bohm, Walter, Harnoncourt, Haitink, E.Kleiber, Klemperer, Beecham, Jarvi. Not quite so sure about Monteux, Reiner, Schmidt-Isserstedt, Karajan, Ansermet, Gielen, Keilberth, Szell, Guilini, Bruggen, but I'll try and listen more to those. Shame there's no Van Beinum.
I didn't feel the need to go further with Bernstein, Kletzki, Cluytens, Dorati, Munch, Steinberg, Jochum, Zinman, Vanska, Gardiner, Celibidache, Paray, C.Kleiber, Abbado, or any of the historical performances, some of which were very weird to modern ears.
Undoubtedly a lot I haven't heard yet - hopefully some gems amongst them.