Burning on and on.
Bert Jansch - L.A. Turnaround (1974). Mr. Jansch in rare form. Includes "Needle of Death."
Jennyanykind - Mythic (1995), Big John's (1998), I Need You (2000), and Peas And Collards (2003). Killer Dylanesque Chapel Hill band that should have been bigger than they were.
The Kinks - Kinks (Deluxe Edition) (1964), Face To Face (Deluxe Edition) (1966), Something Else (Deluxe Edition) (1967), Arthur (Or The Decline And Fall Of The British Empire) (Deluxe Edition) (1969), Lola Versus Powerman And The Money-Go-Round, Part One Plus Percy (1970-71), Muswell Hillbillies (Deluxe Edition) (1971). Already had the big edition of The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society, so I needed to catch up with the others.
Rahsaan Roland Kirk - I Talk With The Spirits (1964). Mr. Kirk kicking out the jams.
Kraftwerk - Autobahn (1974), Radio-Activity (1975), Trans-Europe Express (1977), and The Man-Machine (1978). These are the 2009 remasters to replace/augment my original copies.
Fela Kuti - Live! (with Ginger Baker, 1971), Open & Close (1971), Why Black Man Day Suffer (1971), Na Poi (1972), Roforofo Fight (1972), Shakara (1972), Afrodisiac (1973), Alagbon Close (1973), Everything Scatter (1975), Kalakuta Show (1975), Excuse O (1976), Ikoyi Blindness (1976), Monkey Banana (1976), Upside Down (1976), Fear Not For Man (1977), Opposite People (1977), Sorrow, Tears and Blood (1977), Stalemate (1977), Unknown Soldier (1979), Authority Stealing (1980), Coffin For Head Of State (1980), I.T.T. (International Thief Thief) (1980), Music Of Many Colours (1980), Original Suffer-head (1981), Perambulator (1983), Army Arrangement (1985), Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense (1986), Beasts Of No Nation (1989), and O.D.O.O. (Overtake Don Overtake Overtake) (1989). This increases my Fela collection by about 10,000 percent, and it's still not enough!
Lambchop - Mr. M (2012). Another fine outing.
Led Zeppelin - In Through The Out Door (1979). I hold onto some teenage fondness for this album and quite a bit of embarrassment at its excesses.
Nick Lowe - Pinker And Prouder Than Previous (1988), The Old Magic (2011), and Quality Street: A Seasonal Selection For All The Family (2013). The former is pretty-good-to-ok, the second is quite enjoyable, and the last is now an integral part of my holiday season.
Loretta Lynn - The Definitive Collection (1964-79). I had a few Lynn albums, but not enough of her hits.