Never owned Floyd on vinyl before picking up a few of these. They get rated well on Steve Hoffman and original pressings in good shape cost way more than I'd care to spend. But, they all sound better than the 1990s CDs that I have.
Talking Heads - Fear of Music
Somewhat claustrophobic sounding, but still a very good sounding record
Julian Priester - Polarization
I'll buy 1970s ECM vinyl in good shape without even knowing what the music sounds like. I'd already owned Priester's great Love Love so figured this had to at least be decent. It is very good. Not on the same level as Love Love, but a very worthy album, IMO.
Frank Zappa - Orchestral Favorites
Despite Lather being wonderful, I think that the music on Sleep Dirt (the all-instrumental version) and this one are better if segregated. This isn't one of my *favorite* Zappa albums - it's not even as good as Lumpy Gravy - but I like to play it now and again.
Didier Lockwood - New World
West German Original
The Magma violinist on a Stephane Grappelli-inspired jazz date. Highly recommended if you're into Jean Luc Ponty '70s stuff.
New York Gong - About Time
An unexpected pleasure when I first heard this one a couple of years ago. I found it in decent shape and costing only five bucks, so I figured not much lost if I didn't like it. If you haven't heard it, combining Bill Laswell with Gong (or is it Daevid Allen with Material?) weirdly works pretty well on most of the tracks.
Pekka Pohjola - Visitation
Can't really go wrong with 1970s Pohjola.