Of yours, the examples I agree with most are Neil Young and Big Brother and the Holding Co. Those are artists I like who's debut disappointment me when I got around to it. Pearl Jam probably fits but I'm not as familiar with them. And I do think Genesis fits.
The Moody Blues pretended their first album didn't exist, so I think Days of Future Past deserves a mention.
Jefferson Airplane probably works but Surrealistic Pillow was the only one I ever listened to that frequently. That's obviously an argument in its favor, but it also makes me more hesitant to weigh in on it.
John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers With Eric Clapton is alot better than the first one, and so were the rest of their original albums.
I feel like the '60s are the decade most likely to produce this phenomena.