Not the symphonies except for #4 (I'm stuck on Stokowski because I attended the premiere, but there are other fine recordings) and "Holidays" (Johanos, Bernstein, MTT) and that should be after you've familiarized yourself with more interesting and approachable works. Start with the two string quartets (Juilliard) and the violin sonatas (Zukofsky or Fulkerson), then to the "Concord" Sonata (Trythall, Kirkpatrick, Kalish) and vocal music (solo & choral, start with the MTT collection https://www.prestomusic.com/classical/products/7928923--charles-ives-an-american-journey
, which also includes "3 Places in New England"). [The continuing unavailability of most of the Gregg Smith recordings is a continuing outrage.]
Fwiw, I don't think the first 3 symphonies amount to much, which is why I'm steering you in other directions. Most of all, enjoy!