So you just took a gummie...What song is on the menu?

Spanish Moon

Little Feat


If you took two . . . .

Fink - warm shado

Jim James - State of the art

Nathan Ball - Crazy (acoustic)


Depends, but Floyd is high on the list. DSOTM or if feeling like going deep and dark, The Final Cut (whole album). 

Amused to Death is also very good, and great production.

The suggestions above I will explore though..


Mine was a vitamin, so:

Flintstones meet the Flintstones, their the modern stone age family, from the town of bedrock….

I wish it was available on 180 gram colored vinyl, though



DSOTM of course.

Ten Years After: Let the Sky Fall, I'd Love to Save the World, Over the Hill

Jefferson Airplane: Crown of Creation, Lather

King Crimson: In The Court of The Crimson King

After several gummies:

The Golden Palominos: Pure, No Skin

Thirty minutes after munching on a gummie I will ask my buddy, 'you stoned? He responds, I dunno, wanna smoke a joint? Me, okay! So have no idea if gummies have any choice in wherher King Buffalo, or King Gizzard and the Wizard Lizards, get air play. 

The Moody Blues "Legend of a Mind"! Timothy Leary's dead! No he's not! He's outside looking in! Clear Light blotter will do the trick!


No. Some of us had the luxury of not needing to grow up in order to be successful in life which allowed us to enjoy it as it should be enjoyed.

This is the only way to enjoy being an audiophile. Cannabis is a cheat code to fun critical listening.

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I had no idea there were so many fun lovers out there in audio heaven. I would add Country Joe McDonald's "Paradise with an Ocean View' to the list.

Would that be a Metamucil gummie?

Either way, absolutely, positively, gotta be "Money", from "Dark Side of the Moon" by Pink Floyd, followed immediately by "Great Gig in the Sky" and, preferably, on a pristine, well kept, clean copy of the original vinyl release (recorded at Abbey Road Studios).

After that, there's a lot I would spin (e.g.  Steely Dan; Donald Fagan; Jefferson Airplane; Ten Years After; Mountain; Hot Tuna; Jimi Hendrix; early Eagles; War; etc.).

And, Roxy54, yes, we are all still teenagers (or younger, as it were) when we're in the mood and our favorite tunes take us back to great times.

Any kind of music goes nicely with cannabis, in my opinion, although with me, 'a gummie' is pretty funny - I've got enough tolerance that I'd need to eat at least 5 bags of gummies to feel anything! I use oil and make edibles with that instead...

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for this situation my favorites would be in this order

Chris Stapleton. Traveler

Joe Satriani Surfing with the Alien

The Who. Quadrophenia

Lenny Kravitz Let Love Rule

Dylan Blonde in Blonde

Kraftwerk 3D Katalog


Polyrhythmics Caldera

Sgt Pepper 

Peter Gabriel 3

Talking Heads Remain in Light


Jack Straw - Grateful Dead Buffalo 11/9/79

Quite probably the best version I've ever heard. Dancin' > Franklin's Tower from this show is also mind bending, as is most of the very underrated Fall '79 tour.

Don't bogart that joint my friend. But you can keep the gummie....

Great selections here. I'd add in Hot Tuna/Jorma, electric or acoustic depending on the mood that the gummie(s) brings on.

...and then....

....step into this saucer...


Can you be into 2 places, at once, when

You're not anywhere at all..... ;)

Some great responses here to a great question. I would simply say picking at random a few of my favorites and listening for the joy of the artistry and any subtle instrumental nuances or undeciphered lyrics as yet unheard.