A few thoughts:
The Lucksmiths - good, solid Aussie indie. Good songwriting, solid band, have a surprisingly easy time deciding to toss, not very special, can't see needing to hear them again.
Skip James - just beautiful, one of the eeriest voices I can imagine, blues from 1931 that sounds oddly fresh. No way I can toss this.
Charlie Palmieri - considering I am dancing in my chair I can't toss it. Salsa the way it should be.
The Makers of Smooth Music - this is the problem with having a friend who is a DJ, don't know why he made this atrocious mix, but I'm sure it worked within the context of his show. But, we aren't in that context now. No brainer - toss with great satisfaction.
George Jones - Some collection that people seem to rave about online as "good George Jones." I think that is an oxymoron. Toss.
Maddox Brothers and Rose - this was the hard one. Important to the history of music and arguably fun I decided I couldn't toss, in spite of her voice giving me chills, in a bad way. (Mazza, up your alley?)