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.






Hope I spell this correctly :  )  In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by Iron Butterfly. One of the best drum solos 


This cut is not strictly "rock", but it's one of my favorite cuts from this album....deserving of being heard.

In the certified, but maybe not too obscure "rock" category I love "Wasted Union Blues" from the first It's a Beautiful Day album.

Great thread.

Here's a couple of songs that I think are pretty obscure that I just love. These date from the early 70's.

Caravan: Memory Lane/Hugh Headloss (from "For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night"). The song is available on Qobuz on the Caravan Anthology album but the original album is not on Qobuz. The original album is one of my Desert Island Discs.

Savoy Brown: Ooh What a Feeling (from "Wire Fire"). Album out of print and not available on Qobuz but this song is available on YouTube. This is a great party album.

Bright Light Social Hour - Sea of the Edge

Psychedelic rock band from Austin, TX....I saw these guys live in a hole in the wall bar...