Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show because that is the song that made me ask, "who is that?" then go out and buy my first Neil album.
Jonathon Livingston Seagull was also significant because it came out while I was recovering from back surgery. When I was finally able to go somewhere after 6 months confined to bed, the record store to buy the soundtrack was the place I went. Unfortunately, my male friend who was going to take me refused after he saw me walk across the room, so I had to convince my mom to drive me across town.
Hurting You Don't Come Easy was good for my first heartbreak and Play Me was on the stereo the first time I experienced the physical expression of love.
My oldest son was conceived the day the Jazz Singer premiered.
The Last Picasso was the song that made me fall in love with the sound of conga drums and calypso.
Red Red Wine helped introduce me to reggae (my other musical passion)
The Boat that I Row and Merry-go-Round pretty well summarize some of my personal philosophies.
But one of my favorite songs is Primitive. That one means a lot of different things to me.