Duly noted and amended.
LSO/Previn for me too . Though the recent Pappano comes close .
Haven't listened to the Second Symphony for a long time but, like others here, wouldn't want to be without either the LSO/Previn or Concertgebouw/Ashkenazy. I appear also to have the Philadelphia/Ormandy and RPO/Litton recordings as well as the BBCNOW/Tadaaki Otawa but couldn't say what these were like offhand.
The recording I'm most attached to for sentimental, nostalgic reasons is the DG of Kurt Sanderling and the Leningrad Philharmonic, issued in 1956 and reissued on DG Originals, a mono only recording but still very good, a dark-hued, lush and classy performance. I remember using it as the basis for a talk to a Sixth Form music class when I was a mere teenager.
Having described it as "dark-hued, lush and classy" I thought I'd better listen to Sanderling's Leningrad recording again! It's all of these, but I'd forgotten just how vigorous, dynamic, almost aggressive it is at times. Just listen to the second movement, the Scherzo! God, the Leningrad orchestra were on top form then, as they were in Mravinsky's Tchaikovsky recordings. Unreservedly recommended!