Vanguard 99095. Weber's Konzertstuck, Chopin's Krakowiak, Mendelssohn's Cappriccio Brilliant and Rondo Brilliant.
These are not often heard on radio, so there's little chance of overdosing on them. They all have melody, charm, and sufficient gusto to please. I consider them all underappreciated.
The performances by Robert Groselot (pianist-conductor) and Il Novecento are fully satisfying to me. I never heard of them before.
If Thalberg still visits the BBB, perhaps he can comment on the music or the performers.