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Men Don’t Smoke Marijuana
SE Rogie, 1994
Once known as “the Jimmie Rodgers of Sierra Leone,” Rogie’s country-tinged
baritone inspired many competitors. What Dead Men lacks in diversity Rogie
more than compensates for with soul. Backed by the great British double
bassist Danny Thompson and guitarist Alfred “Kari” Bannerman, Rogie conflates
country, blues, and gospel in laid-back, deep-grain tracks such as “Koneh
Pelawoe (Please Open Your Heart),” the country ballad “A Time in My Life,”
“African Gospel,” and the dank title track.
Linval Thompson, 1997
In My Brain
Hemp Was Hip
CC Top Pick
Jazzy tunes from the day when smokin’ that “jive” was a pastime of the
greats. Reefer music and smoking melodies make this a great introduction
to the early days of cannabis culture music.
Black Crowes, et al
A pro-pot compilation album. Ziggy Marley, 311. Cypress Hill, the Black
Crowes, Blues Traveller, Sublime, and many more cool musicians sing about
their favourite herb. Proceeds from the sale of this CD go to NORML.
II: Free The Weed
Clinton, et al
The sequel to Hempilation. More pro-pot tunes from your favourite artists.
Includes tracks by George Clinton, Willie Nelson, Spearhead, Big Sugar,
Wayne Kramer, Blue Mountain, the Long Beach Dub All Stars, and many more.
Proceeds from the sale of this CD go to NORML.