20 longest rock songs ever recorded

  • Deep Purple – “Child in Time” runs for 10:22. (Photo: Instagram, @deep_purple__)

  • Grand Funk Railroad – “I’m Your Captain” runs for 9:58 minutes. (Photo: Instagram, @shintarovaldes)

  • Led Zeppelin – “In My Time of Dying” runs for 11:06. (Photo: Instagram, @ledzeppelin)

  • Bob Dylan – “Desolation Row” runs for 11:21. (Photo: Instagram, @bob.dylan)

  • The Doors – “The End” runs for 11:43. (Photo: Instagram, @thedoors)

  • Traffic – “The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys” runs for 12:10. (Photo: Instagram, @reithkichards)

  • King Crimson – “Starless” runs for 12:16. (Photo: Instagram, @projectcmd)

  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience – “Voodoo Chile” runs for 15:05. (Photo: Instagram, @mr_musichead)

  • Rare Earth – “Get Ready” runs for 21:30. (Photo: Instagram, @j_e_carter)

  • Rush – “2112” runs for 20:33. (Photo: Instagram, @rush)

  • Procol Harum – “In Held ‘Twas in I” runs for 17:31. (Photo: Instagram, @briansguitarface)

  • The Velvet Underground – “Sister Ray” runs for 17:27. (Photo: Instagram, @cesarlondono70)

  • Iron Butterfly – “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” runs for 17:05. (Photo: Instagram, @rhondarose22)

  • Uriah Heep – “Salisbury” runs for 16:12. (Photo: Instagram, @lmsroth)

  • Yes – “The Gates of Delirium” runs for 21:55. (Photo: Instagram, @yesofficial)

  • Genesis – “Supper’s Ready” runs for 22:58. (Photo: Instagram, @rachaelhaddon)

  • Pink Floyd – “Shine on You Crazy Diamond” runs for 26:01. (Photo: Instagram, @pinkfloyd)

  • Emerson, Lake & Palmer – “Karn Evil 9” runs for 29:36. (Photo: Instagram, @amenkcoy)

  • The Allman Brothers Band – “Mountain Jam” runs for 33:41. (Photo: Instagram, @iidas513)

  • Jethro Tull – “Thick as a Brick” runs for 43:50. (Photo: Instagram, @rocknrollnomad)

Deep Purple – “Child in Time” runs for 10:22. (Photo: Instagram, @deep_purple__)

Here is a list of 20 rock songs that you really need to schedule an appointment for. If extended jams are your thing, take notes. If you like handclaps, harmonies and choruses…click away now!


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