I dug Mike Bloomfield as well, but that album is kind of the opposite of Bayou Country in that on Bayou Country the long tracks are terrible while on East-West they're its saving grace. I don't get the appeal of something like "Graveyard Train" at all.
I've heard that Crosby and it's pretty good. Is Donovan on it, or am I thinking of "Happiness Runs", on which Graham Nash sings?
Listened to Chet. Starts and ends strong but I found my attention wavering in the middle in all the samey-ness. I need a few more listens. It crossed my mind in that it should have been two albums, each with a side's worth of faster material, but I guess it would lose its vibe and thereby much of its appeal.