Burnt Friedman & Jaki Liebezeit: Secret Rhythms - Mostly ambient percussion & harmonic-based. Jaki exploited his ability to come up with simple, addictive rhythms even though there's not much else to it. Green light.
Road: s/t - Psychedelic wah-wah rock with semi-anthemic vocals. Didn't grab me too much but worth another listen. Green light.
Focus: Mother Focus - Mostly sounds like muzak. Two tracks on here really grabbed me: "Someone's Crying... What!" and "My Sweetheart" with a more disco-like, ecstatic backbeat. Red light.
Nektar: A Tab in the Ocean - Don't be scared by the fact there's only 4 tracks - it's a single lp. It sounds like typical 2nd-gen prog rock at a glance but there's some cool guitar and organ passages here and there. Yellow light.
Patrice Rushen: Before the Dawn - Another good case of somebody's hit song misrepresenting them as an artist. She's a jazz-fusion multi-instrumentalist (go figure). I just don't like the basic sound every frickin' fusion record has - the wah-wahs and electric piano makes it sound like elevator music, but the compositions have something to them, so yellow light.
Porcupine Tree: Signify - Mostly listened as background while going through stuff I need to toss. Is this some kind of grungey 90's prog or what? Yellow light.