What's your latest "Discovery"

You know when you buy a new album and it just clicks?! And then you have to play it rather frequently in the mix over and over for the next several days....What's the last album's you bought that really clicked for you?

I just picked up a Jazz trio album that is just a wonderful recording and performance:

It's called "Achirana" on ECM (that label seems to have a lot of great discs!). Vassilis Tsabroplulos, Piano. Arild Andersen, Double-Bass. John Marshall, Drums. Love the 5th cut! That double bass is right there in the room!

Also been enjoying a new classical guitar disc: Julian Bream, "The Ultimate Guitar Collection" on BMG. Great double-disc set. Not that crazy about the recording on this one, but the performance and breadth of the tapestry of work on those two CD's is remarkable.

Any new "discoveries" to share?
I just picked up a CD by Amos Lee. He has a voice that reminds me of a cross between Stevie Wonder and James Taylor. Some great simple acoustic cuts with solid vocals and terrific lyrics. Recorded on Blue Note doesn't hurt either. See it here: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00070G6Y2/qid=1122852680/sr=2-1/ref=pd_bbs_b_2_1/102-9552292-7800905
Vrioon by Alva Noto + Ryuichi Sakamoto (electronic composition with piano interwoven into the digital feedback)

Andrew Bird: The Mysterious Produciton of Eggs (very well recorded, bizarre lyrics)

Lester Young: Laughin to keep from Cryin (just go tthe Verve Master Edition release...its great!)
Although Andrrew Hill has had great critical acclaim, his "Dusk" is a new and wonderful find for me.
Josh Rouse -- Nashville. Great pop/folk/rock album with tunes you will walk around humming all day, and intelligent lyrics to boot.

"cry cry cry" a folk super-group of sorts made up of Richard Shindell, Dar williams, and Lucy Kaplansky. I can't quit listening to this. It's driving my wife crazy.