The Three Degrees - s/t. Decent Philly soul, a style I should listen to more of.
Saint Etienne - Home Counties. On first listen, probably better than Words And Music, though the best songs are probably weaker than the best on that album.
Priests - Nothing Feels Natural. Post-punky, not immensely memorable.
Robert Palmer - Sneaking Sally Through the Alley. Kind of fun. The best song is "From a Whisper to a Scream", which was written by Allen Toussaint, somebody I've never listened to but maybe ought to.
Luv' - With Luv' - ABBA ripoffs, to the extent that in 1993 they released a greatest hits album called Gold with the same basic cover design as ABBA's. It's not great, but a few of the songs are decent. "Louis, Je T'adore" is probably the best.
Johnny Flynn - A Larum. I knew him as the guy who wrote the very good theme song of The Detectorists. Recommended for fans of modern British folk music.
Boards of Canada - Music Has The Right To Children. Good.
Cat's Eyes - s/t. Very good.
The Jayhawks - Hollywood Town Hall. A band that's nice to listen to but completely forgettable.
Aimee Mann - Bachelor #2. I find she always verges on being interesting but never is.
Jefferson Airplane - After Bathing At Baxter's. Spotty but has some very good songs.
Margo Guryan - Take A Picture. Good '60s album - sounds kind of ahead of its time to me.