High Head Blues

Album: Amorica (1994)
Charted: 25


  • A Latin-tinged track from the third Black Crowes album, this song refers to being sober and the need to get high: "In between I get cold, old, and mean."

    The band had a love affair with marijuana around this time: they were featured on the cover of High Times magazine in 1992, and played the Atlanta Pot Festival.
  • At the end of the song, the Spanish after the solo translates into "This is the best weed." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Will - Atlanta, GA
  • French filmmaker Michel Gondry, who directed Björk's debut "Human Behaviour" clip a year earlier, helmed the music video that has a tiny flying saucer landing in frontman Chris Robinson's house so he can become the subject of alien experiments.

Comments: 1

  • Joe(l) from Oxford, United KingdomThis song would be perfect for the medical drama
    House, M.D.
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