1. 'Voodoo Child (Slight Return)'
The final song on the Jimi Hendrix Experience's final album won this poll. The song began its life shortly after they cut the 15-minute-long "Voodoo Chile." A film crew came to the studio to record the band working the day after that marathon session and they didn't feel like playing the finished track again, so they improvised around some of the same images and guitar lines and came up with "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)," which is essentially a "slight return" to "Voodoo Chile." (The near-identical names of the two songs have confused fans for decades.) The song was released as a single shortly after Hendrix's death, and it shot to Number One in the UK. It didn't even crack the Hot 100 in America, but it's since been played on classic rock radio roughly 10 billion times.