Patti Smith - first four albums. These are all inconsistent, but the hit-to-miss ratio is better than I was expecting. I'm curious about her later albums, which I'm guessing will be worse?
Sly & The Family Stone - first five albums. There's A Riot Going On is definitely the most distinctive of these, but overall I enjoy them, even if I'm not sure there's any individual songs I love on them.
George Harrison - Extra Texture. I think I like this more than his two prior albums - maybe his second best behind the obvious one, although it'll take some relistens to the Jeff Lynne-produced ones to confirm that.
Sarah Davachi - Two Sisters. Droney organ music, I like it for falling asleep to.
The Pastels - Truckload Of Trouble. Nice.
McCarthy - That's All Very Well But... A best of. I like this though none of the songs make a huge impression. They were a predecessor entity to Stereolab but it's not that similar to the classic-period Stereolab to my stuff, apart from the overtly Marxist lyrics - more jangly indie '80s in aesthetic.
Acid Klaus - Step On My Travelator. Dancey electronic pop, decent.
Bob Brown - The Wall I Built Myself. 1970 singer-songwriter album, very good.
Fun Boy Three - Waiting. I like this, makes me want to hear more of Terry Hall's post-Specials stuff.
Patsy Cline - Sentimentally Yours. Hits the spot.
Suzi Quatro - Aggro-phobia. Fun enough, not sure it'll warrant more listens.
Kathy McCord - New Jersey To Woodstock. An interesting mix of popular styles circa-1970 - part folksy singer-songwriter, part psychedelic, part Motown, plus a Beatles cover. It doesn't all work but there's some good stuff on this.