One for the Road is a great live record -- their only (official) live release (not counting Everybody's in Show Biz), or to this point, anyway? When I first got it I was surprised at how on point they were; on further reflection it was released in 1980, just ten or so years after "Lola" and a mere sixteen after "You Really Got Me", and just twelve after Village Green. (For comparison 16 years before now it was 2004). Pretty rare album indeed, then, from a seminal band in its second wind.
That Crispin Glover album is tremendously entertaining before it devolves into bad spoken-word for its second half. But hey, the songs are great. Thanks for reminding me about "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze". There's an awful version on a gay '90s nostalgia album I have/had (hey, it was the '50s -- like those Time-Life infomercials today for 50-60-year old songs).
Evening Star I remember being good, or at least better and more focused than (No Pussyfooting). I remember it most for when I sold my copy on Amazon for $50 days after listing it. Should have asked for more.
I like Street Hassle for its title track, but I don't remember anything else. Needs a relisten. THRAK is really good. There are 50 billion live releases from that era IIRC so maybe the studio album isn't that great? It beats The ConstruKcion of Light. What a shitty album that was.
I used to own Morphine's Cure for Pain and liked it a lot. I don't know where it went or why I didn't look into them further. Loved the sax.