Nice list. It is fun to look through them and see ones you have either read or heard about; plus it is a great list to keep for future intrigue. It has been bookmarked!
The first graduate level database course I took used the book Fundamentals of Database Systems (4th Edition) by Elmarsri and Navathe. It is the best database book I have read as it is the conduit to a new world I never fully understand before. After the course, I realized I understood and knew about DBMS and database design. I feel this is essential for any senior level developer or any junior level DBA. Too often I either inherit junky databases or get stuck working with a group that doesn't know the basics of a DBMS and use all of these big terms which they don't fully understand. I will say that I would look for a previous version as this book, used mostly for academia, can get pricy.