Hard for me to remember offhand, but the most obvious examples are the 60’s Rolling Stones albums on the ABKCO label. The master tapes were converted directly to DSD and remastered by Bob Ludwig for release as SACD. They basically all sound fantastic. But even the hi-res PCM versions and CD versions made from those SACD’s also sound really good.
Classical vendors often list the source as tape on DSD download pages. Some of the specialist audiophile labels also make DSD from tape, but you need to be interested in classical music or other less popular types of music for that to help you.
Sony basically converted all its old tapes to DSD for archival purposes, so there is lots of legacy material from Sony and the labels it owns that sounds really good. That includes Columbia and other famous labels. Usually if you see one of these albums sold as DSD, and it was previously released as an SACD it is from that source. Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” is an example. So is the second "Blood Sweat and Tears’ album (album title is the band name).
Generally a little checking and you can find out, if you go to the trouble.
sa-cd.net or http://www.hraudio.net/ is a pretty good source for info.
Vendors will often tell you the source if you ask. AcousticSounds is very good about this. They either list the source info on their download page, or they will tell you if you ask.