The title puts it in a nutshell.
Please post here & discuss recordings that you think have interesting couplings & may be of interest for others in some ways. It would be particularly interesting to discuss CD's with less "predictable" or "out of the ordinary" couplings, from standard repertoire to middle of the road & more obscure things. It could be a disc with a selection of works of a single composer or two or more composers (in any "genre/s" or "period/s" etc.). Multiple disc sets are also good.
I personally love these kinds of collections, because I like to "tick many boxes" or "kill two birds (or maybe even more!) with one stone" when buying a new CD. I'm not a huge CD collector, so I like to "cover all bases" (or as many as possible) within the ambit of the one CD (or a couple/few of them), if it's possible.
Here's one I just got yesterday. I hadn't heard the music of either of these two composers before. I think it's a good coupling because these two composers were from different periods in history composing music for similar combinations (plucked instruments). Weiss was a big figure in the "Baroque" period, Hoffmann also made an impact in the "Classical" period. Both of their music has recently been revived and put on record for the first time. This is a great disc potentially offering something to many listeners, from chamber fans, to people who like plucked instruments, to lovers of music in general from these periods, to people who want to try out this music for the first time, and so on...