Well, why not? 40 Great Stoner Albums, a list of albums Rolling Stone says are “great for blazing along, but also great when you’re not high as a giraffe.”
Item one: I’m no stoner. I only owned 3 of the 40 albums listed, and I only recognized 14 album titles in total. Tons of bands/artists I had never heard of! I kinda always thought that drug and pop culture weren’t that far apart, and that you didn’t need to partake to get it. Maybe I’m wrong.
Item two: item one aside, I wonder if all these records are for stoners, or if some of them are just by people who were stoned. David Crosby’s, If I Could Only Remember My Name, for example.
Item three: Rock & Roll is an interstellar escape pod? Pardon? What does that mean, exactly? I must be straighter than I thought.
Item four: there is no item four. Still trying to deal with item one. I mean, I expected to see one or two blues greats, maybe Cream, Zeppelin, Dylan, The Byrds, Neil Young, Deep Purple (Mark I), Donovan, Tull, one of the 70’s Brit prog bands, someone from California other than The Dead … Just three albums (Axis, Dark Side and Rubber Soul). Sheesh!
Maybe I need to take a dreadlock holiday.