Live in the studio Kirk + Jaki Byard = you know it's ####in good.
Ravi Shankar - Live at Monterey International Pop Festival
Seems like most Ravi albums have a nice, atmospheric yet uneventful first track and then straight fire and this is no exception. A great and important performance.
Television - Live at the Old Waldorf, San Francisco, 6/29/78
The best live release I've heard of theirs. If you're a fan, you need this.
Bill Evans - At Shelly's Manne-Hole
Super slept on but one of Bill's better releases. My favorite live album of his after the Village Vanguard recordings.
McCoy Tyner - Asante
Tyner + African percussion predictably works really well.
David Bowie - Station To Station
Shit, this might be his best album. Will do more research *snortsnort* and report back.
H.P. Lovecraft - Live: May 11, 1968
Like their 2 albums but wouldn't have thought to check out their live stuff, only this has a good rep and yeah, they're impressive as a live unit (especially the keyboardist and the drummer) and have an interestingly eerie sound at times. Wish the setlist included more of my favorites though ("Mobius Trip" would have been great).
Pussy - Pussy Plays
A unique psych/prog hybrid with cracked psych pop and dramatic instrumental stretches. Haven't heard anything else quite like it.
Richie Cunning - Grizzly Man: The Unauthorized Mixtape
I'm biased because I went to high school with this guy but this is pretty ####ing great.
Joe Henderson - Multiple
Joe gets the "B*itches Brew" bug with mostly successful and interesting results. Loves the way he uses his vocalists here.
Blossom Toes - What On Earth: Rarities 1967-69
Nothing earth shattering and there are some tracks already released on the CD versions of their 2 albums but if you're a fan, this is worth a listen.
Lee Perry - Dry Acid
Some of Scratch's best productions from the 60's. One of my favorite releases of his.
The Misunderstood - The Legendary Gold Star Album/Golden Glass
Like "Before The Dream Faded", this is basically a compilation including roughly half early psych rock and half Yardbirds-esque blues rock. So while it's maybe more consistent than it could have been, it's still a bit hit or miss.
Can - Ogat Ogam
My favorite Can bootleg- the band jamming during the "Tago Mago" sessions for half an hour.