Favorite Obscure Rock Song

What is your favorite obscure Rock Song? 

It's hard for me to pick just one, but my favorite pick is Fleetwood Mac's song Station Man from the album Kiln House.  That song's rolling twin guitars just hit me the right way. It has a JJ Cale type of vibe with a biting lead guitar.  I have liked that song since I was in college in the mid seventies.  I borrowed Kiln House from a room mate and never gave it back to him.  Granted, I much prefer the earlier Peter Green Fleetwood Mac albums, but the Jeremy Spencer/Danny Kirwin era Fleetwood Mac created a some excellent songs on middling albums.

I am interested in learning what your favorites are.






I have many but one I was just listening to is Theme From Boat Weirdos by Joe Walsh.

I love "Station Man" and love Danny Kirwan’s playing, both from that period and earlier with P. Green. I’ve started working it out on guitar several times but never managed to learn it all the way through.

Not really sure what qualifies as "obscure" but a few more, off the top of my head: "Seasons" by Steve Miller Band, "Someday World" by Wishbone Ash, "In the Kingdom" by Hot Tuna, "Winter" by the Stones, "Each Morning" by Les Dudek, "I Fall Apart" by R. Gallagher. .

Here's the R. Gallagher:



@rick_n    You are "spot on" with that one.   Listened to it again last night along with "Cinema Show".

I still go back to "Arriving Somewhere But Not Here"  by Porcupine Tree from time to time.   It has a nice complexity and depth.


Not sure if it qualifies as "obscure" but I like All of You by Don Felder from the Heavy Metal soundtrack.