I agree RAM is not perfect though. Never got into "3 Legs" and "Smile Away" and 1 or 2 others either. Uncle Albert is a classic though imo. Monk Berry Moon Delight is just funny. Paul's sense of humor must be very absurd sometimes.
Camel - Moonmadness, Snow Goose (I'm not crazy about Snow Goose. It reminds me more of a film soundtrack than an actual Camel album. Kinda like More with Pink Floyd. Moonmadness is really great though, although the first side blows the rest away. "Chord Change" has that beautiful guitar part and "Song Within A Song" has that badass moog solo at the end)
Oh yeah also Camel - Rain Dances (wow what a shame. They went to AOR shit right after Moonmadness. What a great band they were too. This one is OK but boring as hell compared to what came before)
Miles Davis - b###hes Brew (very long album, took a lot of listens to absorb. Definitely a very groundbreaking and unique album for jazz especially)
Cheer Accident - Introducing Lemon (just remembered this album again last night. The 2 20+ minute songs are the best. Finally starting to get familiar with this)
Bird & The Bee - Ray Guns Are Not Just The Future (great voice on this woman. Excellent modern psych pop)
George Benson - Breezin' (really easy going Jazz Funk. Instantly enjoyed this one on first listen)
Spocks Beard - The Light (Pretty good neo-prog I guess, but didn't leave an impression on me much)
Peter Hammill - The Silent Corner And The Empty Stage (this has some really good stuff.. Need to hear more of his solo work)
Van Der Graff Generator - H To He (came around to this one a lot more. Every song is great but Pawn Hearts still blows it away)
The Moves "Message From The Country" and the John Callahan album is on my radar. I haven't heard anything at all from The Move, and I guess I should change that.