Here's the overflow list for the official picks (in no particular order). I also tried to keep this brief for your sake and mine. 14 tracks that didn't make the official list, but would have been there had I not been limited to ten -- plus some more artists and archival institutions / festivals that I couldn't fit in.
Thanks for taking the time to look through these!
More artists I'd love to see on the FMA that might actually be possible:
Alan Bishop (Alvarius B)
Sun Ra (via Sun Ra archive at ESS in Chicago)
John Cage (We have a few performances of JC compositions, would love to get more / better recordings)
John Zorn (I know, he's pretty tight fisted with rights)
Kraftwerk (Ok, this might be a stretch)
Konono No. 1
More archives and festivals:
British Library Archives / Endangered Archives Program (Really amazing music from all of the world - particularly interested in a large collection of Micronesian archival recordings they recently acquired)
Chicago Jazz Archive
WWOZ (We know people)
Southern-Folklife Collection @ Wilson Library (We know people)