Gov't Mule - Gov't Mule. Their eponymous debut. I love the musicality of Warren Haynes. He has a gritty voice filled with passion, and he is a GREAT guitarist. He brings out the very best the Gibson Les Paul has to offer. I could listen to Gov't Mule day. Sometimes I do.
No World Order - Todd Rundgren. This set evokes so many sounds of the 1980s. The concept was an odd one. You can read about it in the AllMusic.com review (which is not very positive). It may not be great, but I find it to be curious. I'd like to get my hands on the CD and experiment with it in a CD-ROM.
Dance of the Drunken Master - Groove Collective. While it has its moments, if it had turned out that Chicago had been incapable of producing hits, they would have been these guys. I guess my problem with this Acid Jazz sound is that it is too close a cousin of Smooth Jazz. Meh.
The Charlie Parker Story - Charlie Parker. This album cover is from an earlier recording. I listened to a later one with the same name on Stash Records that I can't find on the web. Lot's of early, scratchy grooves featuring Bird. In the middle are half a dozen or so recordings of a live radio broadcast on the "blue network" (a network once part of NBC that became ABC) from the Savoy Ballroom when he was with Jay McShann's band.