We say that a movie is a "good watch" and a book is a "good read".
Somehow, to say that an audiobook or an album is a "good listen" doesn't sound right to my ears, but perhaps that's only because I've never heard it.
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All three are equally correct; depending on which you hear or say most commonly will reflect on which modality you use media the most and will correspond with how correct each one "rings".
"A good listen" is what I use when recommending music: I really can't recall hearing other people use that phrase. "A good read" is a very common way of recommending a book or article. I've never heard anyone use "a good watch"/"a good view". Even so, I'd understand it immediately because of the correspondence with the aforementioned parallels.