A Rainbow in Curved Air - Terry Riley
Morrison Hotel - the Doors. Some really great songs (like "Waiting for the Sun" and "Peace Frog") mixed with some weird, useless stuff (like "Land Ho!" and "Ship of Fools")
Burnt Weeny Sandwich - Frank Zappa
Live at Hull 1970 - the Who. Relatively similar to the Leeds recording, overall, of course, but still great. I prefer Leeds slightly, but the one selling point, I think, of this is that the drum sound is better than most other releases. Interesting tidbit: I think you can hear Pete improvising the "I Don't Even Know Myself" riff during "Spoonful."
"Let It Be" / "You Know My Name" - the Beatles. I think I prefer the single version of "Let It Be" to the album one.
"Cat Food" / "Groon" - King Crimson
"The Seeker" / "Here for More" - the Who. "Here for More" is a relatively decent contribution from Daltrey given his previous contribution was "See My Way."
Live Cream - Cream. "N.S.U." is absolutely fantastic (though I put this together from the Those Were the Days boxset, which I think is a different version from the regular album version), and then the rest is kind of just passable. "Rollin' and Tumblin'" definitely doesn't sound as great live.
B!tches Brew - Miles Davis. My second favorite of the Miles I've heard, after In a Silent Way.
Let It Be - the Beatles. Some great songs, some good songs, and some passable songs, and definitely the weakest of the Beatles' post-Help! albums.
In the Wake of Poseidon - King Crimson
Live at Leeds - the Who. The third of four concert releases (one from Ottawa from a Tommy "Super Deluxe Edition," Hull, and Isle of Wight) and probably my favorite and (very unoriginally) a top five of all time type album. The "My Generation" jam from this concert is what really puts it over the edge of the other ones. I feel like it's tighter, has more ideas, and has better transitions, and it's one of my favorite pieces of music. Some of the overdubs are disappointing, though. Another fun note: I just noticed for the first time you can hear Pete improvising "I Don't Even Know Myself" again during the last bit of "Magic Bus."
Live in London - the Beach Boys
Third - Soft Machine
"Lola" / "Berkeley Mews" - the Kinks
"Summertime Blues" / "Heaven and Hell (Studio)" - the Who
Fun House - the Stooges
Live at the Proms 1970 - Soft Machine
Live at the Isle of Wight Festival - the Who