A previous mention of Muddy Waters' "Live at Mr. Kelly's" got me thinking about great albums that tend to get overlooked in a musician's catalog, for whatever reason.
What are some albums you love from an artist that don't get enough love?
I'll throw in Louis Myer's "I'm a Southern Man." Louis Myers tends to be primarily associated with The Aces, and I'm not sure I've ever seen this album mentioned here before. It's a great slice of slick Chicago blues, with a little sophistication thrown in (jazzy sax solos pop up now and then, Myers gives a nod to the women's lib movement). Myers' guitar playing is top notch throughout, showing a certain jazzy sophistication.