Well I feel proud of my search as I had ended up including most all of them and just added Furlanetto. Mastroni doesn't have much yet but he sounds great. He has no interesting competitors in the arias he does. I am now in a good position on basses. When last I reported I had 60 bass videos but just this week I have added 40 new ones. I finally found good resources for recommended Wagnerian basses and some are amazing. I lead with a big Wagner selection presently. I had a friend hear Tavela live and he said he was amazing. I have found a really hot really wonderful Russian bass who never knew of Putin who may be new to some of you. He is a very powerful actor. He was not only a very famous Boris, a real basso role, but sang baritone roles well also. While singing tons of roles, he was one of the most prestigious voice teachers in Russia, so he knew his craft. Just you wait.Any basses of the last 30 years?
Well there is a dearth from 1990 to 2020. Off the top of my head I can only think of Ramey, Talvela, Furlanetto, Mastroni (new) and Schrott. Some of the best are really bass-baritones.
McIntyre is/was actually a bass-baritone. Thanks to my living in Sydney during the height of his career. I heard him several times at the Sydney Opera House.Willard White, Simon Estes, John Tomlinson, Aage Haugland, Mikhail Petrenko, John Relyea, Donald McIntire