Suggest one obsure album we all should hear

I love when I discover an album that's new to me, and great.Please share one so we can all broaden our musical horizons.

Mine is:
Wishbone Ash  'Argus'

@edcyn, small world: I too lived in the Valley for years. Sherman Oaks, Burbank, and Glendale, mostly. I then bought a house up in the Foothills above Glendale, in Tujunga. A lot of musicians live up there.

Van Dyke’s Song Cycle is an acquired taste, way too odd for most folks I imagine. It was his inclusion of Randy Newman’s "Vine Street" on the album that alerted me to Newman’s existence. Thank you VDP!

@1111art, good choice in Emitt Rhodes. His debut is a perfect album, after which the brutality of the music business soured him. He finished a couple more okay albums, then retreaded to his home studio, making a living recording locals. I did a session with him in the late-90’s, and one live show, his first in a quarter century. You know he died last July, right? I have his last album (issued on LP in 2016), but have been afraid to listen to it. ;-)

Elysian Fields “Bleed Your Cedar”

Jason Molina “Songs:Ohia”

Caamp “Caamp”

The Cruel Sea “Where’s the Smoke”

Dead Man Winter “Wolves”
bdp24 and edcynI too used to live near there. In the Valley, near Disney studios (who I worked for). Small world.
Didn't know Emitt died.
I'll throw one more band out there, Sneaker Pimps, kind of Punk mystical.

“Closer to it” Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express 

Showing my age with this one.