Not sure if you'll like "Money Jungle"- have you listened to many piano trio album? At any rate, it's not a typical format/recording for any of the 3 involved and since Duke's piano style is often pretty bluesy on it, I feel like it might try your patience. But you should at least be able to appreciate the beauty of "Fleurette Africaine" and the awesomeness of Max's drumming. But I've always felt like "Money Jungle" sorta lives in the shadow of "Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Ellington"- compare the versions of "Caravan" and draw your own conclusions.
"Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus" is mostly inferior remakes of old material so never been one of my favorites. "Tonight At Noon" is solid and should probably be more well-known but TBH I don't remember it all that well. Pretty sure I recommended "Cumbia & Jazz Fusion" to you and told you not to be scared off by the misleading title- very mellow for Mingus but definitely not the "jazz rock" definition of fusion.