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. 
The WHO, WHO’S NEXT album! I think I played that record hundreds of times over the years, through many a speaker and system. I never get tired of that recording. I think I first played it while in my teens through my old radio shack Optimus 10's! A great speaker with an 8 inch woofer and a 10" passive radiator! The bass was phenomenal!  "LOCAL HERO" sound track by Mark knopfler! I think I played it at least a hundred times! A great great recording...and a great movie as well.
Little Feat - Feats Don't Fail Me Now.  Great songs and well recorded and produced.  Sounds great!
Iron Butterfly.  In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida 17 minutes
of hippyness........peace out!
Two come to mind: Joe Walsh
'The smoker you drink, the player you get', beautiful, emotive music, like a drug experience (with no pharmaceuticals necessary), and ' Frampton Comes A live', which I still maintain is the finest live concert album ever.
About 6 months ago I was reminiscing about my college days ( Lowell, Mass 1969-1970 ), and this name pops up in the deep recesses of my memory.
Candy Givens. Couldn't remember why, so I Googled her.
All came flooding back.
The band ZEPHYR.
JJ had nothing on Candy. AAMOF, I preferred Candy. Could wail with the best.
And then there was Tommy Bolin ( guitar ).
If Tommy hadn't OD at the age of 25, we would be speaking his name with the likes of Clapton, Page, Hendrix,  Beck, etc.. He was that good.
So I track down a mint copy on Ebay and since I started listening to it again ( after a 50 year hiatus ), I play it 2-3 times per week.
Find your self a copy ( also a Record Store Day reissue a while back ) and be prepared to be amazed.

Cheers,              Crazy Bill