Whats on your turntable tonight?

For me its the first or very early LP's of:
Allman Brothers - "Allman Joys" "Idyllwild South"
Santana - "Santana" 200 g reissue
Emerson Lake and Palmer - "Emerson Lake and Palmer"
Beethoven - "Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major" Rudolph Serkin/Ozawa/BSO
Had CD, bought the LP version of Betty Carter 'Finally', the whole thing an all time favorite.


Amazing version of 'Body and Soul', features Bass Player Lisle Atkinson. Had to get me some Lisle


Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two -  Story Songs Of The Trains And Rivers, bootleg Taiwan pressing.
Hi clearthinker thanks for responding. Yes having a 0-5 scale is slighly compressed but only because many recordings fall in a very narrow window of sound quality(3.8-4,4) which gives 1/10 a point great significance. Unacceptable is 3.9 or < as was posted. Theoretically a record could rate a 1 but being an audiophile more then a collector my scale is biased towards audiophiles. A poor sounding damaged record would never be in my collection or many others. The lowest rated record(non damaged} so far has been 3.4 due only for sound quality. On the other end of the spectrum two recordings so far have received a 4,8 a Sheffield Labs/Harry James LAB 11 and a Mercury/Balalaika SR 90310. I do agree with you that nothing can be a 10 or 5(my scale) but I could run across a 4.9 I have played(graded) about 45% of my vinyl collection which contains around 1400 albums. In conclusion I do place more value between 4-5 on my scale because that is where a majority of modern vinyl resides, so yes its skewed but not misleading. 
Arrived today:

The Beta Band "Hot Shots II"  Anniversary edition
Amy Winehouse "At the BBC"  3 lp
Lucinda Williams 'Passionate Kisses"  1989/Rough Trade
Scratch Acid "S/T"

Ornette Coleman "Body Meta"

Red Crayola with Art & Language "Kangaroo?"

Bush Tetras "Rituals"

Saccharine Trust "Pagan Icons"