1.) The Osmonds Rock? "Crazy Horses".
2.) King Crimson - "Starless" Live 1974. The most subversive guitar solo and electric violin solo in Rock history. Music from the bowels of purgatory served up on a platter of Awesome.
3.) Hocus Pocus, by Focus - Live 1973 - Sick, Freaky, Rock Yodeling, Madness.
4.) Mae Mercer w/ Sunnyboy Williams (Introduced by Willie Dixon). A Rare performance from a true Diva - A metaphorical heart is ripped out and offered to the world as a sacrament to the Blues we have and will all feel for the rest of our lives.
5.) The Bad Plus / Prehensile Dream - Punk Jazz with fractal piano-playing which is one of the most powerful experiences you will have watching such a thing if you stick with it. If you give up now, please never return to this list. You fail.
6.) R.L. Burnside - The Criminal Inside Me / The nastiest punk-blues fuck you who gives a shit song.
7.) Greg Anderson plays Legeti Etude 13 - "The Devil's Staircase"
8.) Frank Zappa - "Thingfish" - The Entire Album / An indictment of commercialism, Broadway, racism, sexism, homophobia, science, and everything else in the world.
9.) Kate Bush - Houdini / From her pinnacle album, The Dreaming.
10.) Tom Waits - The Piano Has Been Drinking.
If you survived, this bonus track will put you over the edge and into free space forever: MYSTERY TRACK!