My Earliest Memories in Rock Music

Listed below are the earliest songs that I ever remember hearing growing up in Germany.  I listen to a lot of music from this period, but these are the ones I actually remember at that time.

Oh Well, Fleetwood Mac

Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys, Traffic

The Loner, Neil Young

The Immigrant Song, Led Zeppelin

One Of These Days, Pink Floyd

A Horse With No Name, America

Sour Suite, The Guess Who

Glamour Boy, The Guess Who

Lucky Man, ELP

Black Magic Woman, Santana

I’m So Glad, Deep Purple

Baby It’s You, Smith

Come And Get It, Badfinger

Expecting To Fly, Buffalo Springfield

Whiter Shade Of Pale, Procol Harum

Tuesday Afternoon, The Moody Blues

I’m A Man, Chicago

The Circle Game, Buffy Saint Marie

Big Yellow Taxi, Joni Mitchel

Mercedes Benz, Janis Joplin

Journey To The Center Of The Mind, The Amboy Dukes

Helpless, CSNY

Layla, Derek And The Dominoes

Truckin’, The Grateful Dead

Today, Jefferson Airplane

White Rabbit, Jefferson Airplane

Me And My Arrow, Nillson

Essence Of Now, It’s A Beautiful Day

Aqualung, Jethro Tull

Loving Her Was Easier, Kris Kristofferson

Nice To Be Here, The Moody Blues

Could We Start Again, Jesus Christ Superstar

Ship Ahoy, The O’Jays

Fresh Air, The Quicksilver Messenger Service

I’m A Stranger Here, Richie Havens

Angie, The Rolling Stones

Dirty Work, Steely Dan

Love The One Your With, Stephen Stills

Living In The U.S.A., Steve Miller Band

Freedom Rider, Traffic

Lady In Black, Uriah Heap

Roundabout, Yes




About dutterman

Live and work in Terre Haute. Married to Mariah who I met my sophomore year at Rose-Hulman in 1988. We have two children Kourtney 17 and Austin 13. I've been a competitive runner since 1982.
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