Since the first Sonny post has been a big hit, and I had it burned to CD already, let's toss out the second Sharrock record. Even though Monkey-Pockie-Boo is the one with the reputation, I find this to be the superior record.
First, there is more variety here. A couple parts almost sound like jazz, and there's a real cool acoustic interlude on side two. I also think that Linda's singing goes in more directions here.
Second, I think the band is better. These guys are clearly more used to playing out stuff. Try to dig what the rhythm section is doing throughout this record - it's really pretty neat. The recording quality is better than the first one, too, which allows the instruments to stand out a little more.
Anyway, this is really good stuff. If you are a guitar player, I'll highly recommend you put both of these records in frequent rotation. They'll help you get out of your rut every time.
If anyone has his Space Ghost soundtrack, I'd sure love to hear it. Can you help me out over here?