What texts/books are available for progressing into noncommutative harmonic analysis?

I especially like Lang: SL(2,R) (There is more than just SL(2,R) there) Folland: A course in abstract harmonic analysis (especially for quasi invariant measures on homogeneous spaces) DeitmarEchterhoff: Principles of Harmonic Analysis (especially for the Selberg trace formula, structure of locally abelian groups and the measure theory part) Barut and Raczka: The Theory of group representations and applications (For Mackey's theory of induced representation) Montgomery, Zippin: Topological Transformation groups (Structure theory of locally compact groups and Hilbert 5th problem) 


I like Taylors Noncommutative Harmonic Analysis. 


I found this historic survey and this one interesting. 


The book A first course in Harmonic Analysis by Anton Deitmar has the noncommutative setting as one of its goals. (check Gigapedia, you can get it over there). 


" Engineering Applications of Noncommutative Harmonic Analysis: With Emphasis on Rotation and Motion Groups " by Gregory S. Chirikjian and Alexander B. Kyatkin. 

