20 Best Country Songs to Play While Getting High

From modern cannabis classics by Kacey Musgraves and Eric Church to oldies but goodies by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson

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Sir Douglas Quintet, "At the Crossroads"

Sir Douglas Quintet, formed by Doug Sahm – perhaps one of country's most unsung, soulful voices – took the psychedelic groove of Seventies rock and infused it with Texas grit, coming out with tracks like "At the Crossroads" that teeter between introspective jam and euphoric wayward drifter. With a smooth bass line, vox organ and Sahm's delivery that's booming, bold and broken, "At the Crossroads" doesn't need to be listened to high to be transporting, but it certainly can't hurt. It's the kind of song made for closed eyes and open minds, when there's nothing else in life to focus on but the music itself. 

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