1. Legalize It - Peter Tosh
2. Sweet Leaf - Black Sabbath
3. Mary Jane - Rick James
4. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - Bob Dylan
5. Kaya - Bob Marley
6. Smoke Two Joints - The Toyes/Sublime
7. One Toke Over the Line - Brewer & Shipley
8. Pass the Kutchie/Pass the Dutchie - Mighty Diamonds/Musical Youth
9. Marijuana - Kid Cudi
10. Don't Bogart Me - Fraternity of Man/Little Feat
If You're a Viper/The Reefer Song - Stuff Smith/Fats Waller
Roll Another Number (for the Road) - Neil Young
You Don't Know How It Feels - Tom Petty
Other songs on the lists:
Because I Got High - Afro Man
Big Spliff - Murphy's Law
Burn One Down - Ben Harper
Cali Dro - Birdman & Lil Wayne
Dead Men Don't Smoke Marijuana - S.E. Rogie
Don't Step on the Grass - Steppenwolf
Hash Pipe - Weezer
Hits from the Bong - Cypress Hill
How High - Method Man & Redman
How to Roll a Blunt - Redman
I've Got 5 on It - Luniz
I Like Marijuana - David Peel & the Lower East Side
In the Cut - Wiz Khalifa
I Wanna Get High - Cypress Hill
La Cucaracha - tradtional
(Let's Go) Smoke Some Pot - Dash Rip Rock
Muggles - Louis Armstrong
One Draw - Rita Marley
Panama Red - New Riders of the Purple Sage
Planets of Weed - Fountains of Wayne
Reefer Man - Cab Calloway
Seeds & Stems (Again) - Commander Cody & the Lost Planet Airmen
Sinsemilla - Black Uhuru
Stay High - Three 6 Mafia
Stoned Is the Way of the Walk - Cypress Hill
Take a Toke - C & C Music Factory
The Next Episode - Dr. Dre
The Reefer Song - Fats Waller
Twos Hits and the Joint Turned Brown - Dillard Hartford Dillard
Under Mi Sleng Teng - Wayne Smith
Vaporize - Broken Bells
We Be Burnin' - Sean Paul
Weed with Willie - Toby Keith
More Honorable Mentions:
Along Comes Mary - Association
Bag of Weed - Family Guy
Come Around - Collie Buddz
Ganja Babe - Michael Franti & Spearhead
Got to Get You Into My Life - The Beatles
I Got Stoned and I Missed It - Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show
It's So Nice to Be Stoned - White Witch
Mary Jane - Janis Joplin
Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die - Willie Nelson
My Medicine - Snoop Dogg
Proud to Be a Stoner - Kottonmouth Kings
Puff the Magic Dragon - Peter, Paul & Mary
Pussy Marijuana - Brazilian Girls
Something About Mary - Wyclef Jean
Take Two and Pass - Gangstarr
Under Mi Sensi - Barrington Levy
Wild and Free - Ziggy Marley
Wildwood Weed - Bill Stafford
Who's Got the Herb - 311/Human Rights
2 a.m. - Slightly Stoopid
DEFTONES: Mark Anniversary of Chi's Passing Deftones frontman Chino Moreno marked the first anniversary of bassist Chi Cheng's passing with a unreleased track.
On Sunday afternoon, Moreno tweeted a link to a stream of "Smile," a song recorded with Cheng for the album Eros before his car accident. The band scrapped that album in 2009 and ended up working on a new batch of material with bassist Sergio Vega that became 2010's Diamond Eyes. Cheng stayed in a semi-comatose until his death on April 13th, 2013.
Nirvana's four song set at Thursday night's Rock and Roll hall of Fame induction ceremonies was just a warmup for a full show.
Rumors about the band playing a post-induction set started during the ceremony and fans started lining up at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus club -- which holds 230 people -- at about 10 p.m. After the ceremony was over, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear hopped in a SUV and headed to the club. They went on around 2:00 a.m. and played with five different vocalists -- Joan Jett, St. Vincent's Annie Clark, Dinosaur Junior's J. Mascis,Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon and Deer Tick's John McCauley. (McCauley might have been the best qualified to lead the band, as his group has been playing all-Nirvana shows as Deervana for a few years.)
Here's the setlist from the first full Nirvana show in 20 years:
"Smells Like Teen Spirit" (with Joan Jett)
"Breed" (with Joan Jett)
"In Bloom" (with Joan Jett)
"Territorial Pissings" (with Joan Jett)
"Drain You" (with J. Mascis)
"Penny Royal Tea" (with J. Mascis)
"School" (with J. Mascis)
"Lithium" (with Annie Clark)
"About A Girl" (with Annie Clark)
"Heart Shaped Box" (with Annie Clark)
"Serve the Servants" (with John McCaluey)
"Scentless Apprentice" (with John McCaluey)
"Tourette's" (with John McCaluey)
"Aneurysm" (with Kim Gordon)
"Negative Creep" (with Kim Gordon)
"Moist Vagina" (with Kim Gordon)
SIS Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame 2014 Inductees
Ahh the drama, it's that time of year again. The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Class of 2014 Induction Ceremony takes place this Thursday in Brooklyn. So today we look into this year's class. Many of you know about KISS & Nirvana, but there are others you may not know.
For a better, idea on who some of these peeps are, a bio is next to the song.
It was on this day 20 freakin' years ago that The Offspring released "Smash". It's the only album to refer to the band as Offspring and not The Offspring. This became a seminal album for the 90's. Not to mention the fact that it's the bestselling independent label album of all time. In the US alone it's sold 6 million copies. Dang!
Tonight for 90 Something I'll pay tribute to Smash.
Seattle Rock Day my radio inspiration Cathy Faulkner!
Happy Seattle Rock Day Rockaholics!
Growing up in a strict household in Eastern Washington I dreamed of what was happening in our fair city in the 90's. When I was 15 I heard the legend of The Late Cathy Faulkner. Cathy spent 20 years at KISW. Starting out as an intern moving on to nights, Music Director and Assistant Program Director at KISW during a REALLY important time. I knew at 15 what my dream job was and was willing to do whatever it took to follow in her footsteps. Cathy was our second personality inductee in to KISW's Hall Of Fame. Her work and contributions to the Seattle music scene and the sound of KISW are immeasurable in my opinion.
Few things for ya! First off, hope you are enjoying today. We've worked really hard and love doing this day so very, very much!
Second off, for all the many great underground bands from back in the day………any I don't have time to get to tonight….I'll feature in a special edition of Loud & Local Sunday night!
Props to Rockholic Brad DeFrates! He posted this video earlier and I must share it with you!
ALICE IN CHAINS FROM 1990 AT THE OFF RAMP!!! The gentlemen introducing Alice is famed KISW Alumni Damon Stewart. Damon was really instrumental (along with Cathy Faulkner, blog on that coming.) in KISW's local music history back in the day!
Sit N Spin! Closer look at PART of The Seattle Music Family Tree!
As we gear up for Seattle Rock Day on Thursday, how about a closer look at PART of The Seattle Music Family Tree. Now, not everyone is included here, but we covered a good chunk of the wonderful incestuous scene of the 80's into the 90's.
Now once again, didn't cover everyone here…..translating this to radio can be a bit confusing. At least for me ha! The list below hops around a bit, bear with me. I worked from one side down to the other.
SKIN YARD Barrett Martin
SCREAMING TREES Barrett Martin
MAD SEASON Barrett Martin, Layne Staley
ALICE IN CHAINS Layne Staley
SKIN YARD Matt Cameron
SOUNDGARDEN Matt Cameron
PEARL JAM Matt Cameron
TEMPLE OF THE DOG Jeff Ament, Matt Cameron, Chris Cornell, Stone Gossard, Mike McCready, Eddie Vedder
GREEN RIVER Jeff Ament, Mark Arm, Steve Turner
MUDHONEY Mark Arm, Steve Turner
MALFUNKSHUN Andrew Wood
MOTHER LOVE BONE Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard, Andrew Wood
PEARL JAM Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard, Matt Cameron.
Throughout the years we’ve made no secret of our deep love and admiration for Ronnie James Dio. Whether it was with Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Heaven & Hell or Dio, his powerful voice was instantly recognizable and his music inspired and influenced the four of us tremendously. When we were asked to be a part of a tribute album for Ronnie, of course we immediately said "f*ck yeah!" Choosing a song to record, however, was a MUCH harder decision . . . so we did four! Our contribution to Ronnie James Dio: This Is Your Life will include the medley we call "Ronnie Rising, " comprised of Rainbow’s "A Light In The Black," "Tarot Woman," "Stargazer," and "Kill The King."
The full album hits the streets and all of your friendly digital outlets on April 1, 2014 and 100% of the proceeds from sales will benefit the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund (www.diocancerfund.org).