Recently re-discovered or newly discovered music in your current "heavy rotation"

Family Band "Grace & Lies"
Joe Walsh "The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get"
Case/Lang/Veirs "S/T"
Grant Lee Buffalo "Fuzzy"

New Karl Blau disc.  

Merle Haggard Kern River.
The Mercury Project "Chez Vikong"
Doobie Bros. - Captain and Me
Every once in awhile I strike gold. Yesterday it found me. It's got everything I currently dig. Tropicalia funkiness with fusiony grooves a la CTI minus some of the cornier to me arranging. Killer sonics.  Spacious open and airy. Herbie Hancock produced. Don't know how this stacks up within his discography. Allmusic gives it only 3stars. Promo copy - Airto:Identity

Great summer mini staycation front to back one listen. 

The Notorious Cherry Bombs: s/t. Super-Group whose members in the great Rodney Crowell.
Neil Young & Crazy Horse- Zuma
Guadalcanal Diary- 2x4
Rickie Lee Jones- The Magazine
Fairport Convention "Chronicles"
Blitzen Trapper / Furr
Nico / Chelsea Girl
Clem Snide / Hungry Bird

Jerry Jeff Walker - It's a Good Night for Singing.

Richard Thompson - Still

This year I just heard about Laura Marling and loved her music so much that I bought all of her 5 cd's.  Now a listening sessions doesn't go by without her music.  My favorite one is "A creature I don't know".
New and newish discoveries...
Thanks to Pokey77 for recommending to me, Aaron Parks' "Invisible Cinema" (2008).
My own stumbling around led me to Alan Pasqua's "The Antisocial Club" (2007).

Cristo Redentor, Harvey Mandell