Wow an old album that rocked your world

I know this is a Hifi forum but isn’t it about the music as well. Has anyone recently played a
Vinyl, disc or whatever you are into. One that you forgot was so good and totally was blown away by the music and the recording? If so share it with us. Mine was Mahavishnu orchestra Birds of Fire. Have not listened to that for some time. Wow. FORGOT HOW GOOD THAT WAS. 
This is what Hifi is all about IMO. 

Moby Grape: Moby Grape '69 and 20 Granite Creek. While not up to the very high standard their debut established, still very good albums.

Crazy Horse: Crazy Horse. Known as The Rockets prior to being hired by Neil Young to be his band (and with one album released under that name), this is their first album after working with Neil. Danny Whitten was still alive, and the four members were joined by Jack Nitzsche on keys.

Nitzsche had been a studio guy, doing orchestration for Phil Spector. If you've heard the instrumental song "The Lonely Surfer", that was Jack. After his time in Crazy Horse, he went on to record an incredible semi-Classical album entitled St. Giles Cripplegate (Reprise Records, 1974). Kinda rare, if you see one buy it! He then moved on to soundtrack work, including the score to Chinatown.

Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mounting Flame
Mahavishnu Orchestra - Visions Of The Emerald Beyond

I play them every other week, never get tired.
The first is best on original Japanese pressing vinyl.
The second is best on original American promo white label vinyl.
Can - Hunters and Collectors   An utterly iconic track and lovely recording which shows the era and is so compelling.  Holger Czukaj RIP
Kraftwerk: several albums/tracks. Their remastered versions are sonically perfect.
Tommy James and the Shondells: Crystal Blue Persuasion Hammond, harmonies, acoustic guitar, echo. Ahead of it’s time?
Peter Gabriel: "So" may not qualify as being old enough but the sonics are tops. And the songs are great as well.
There are so many I better stop here. I think I love music.