Amendment 64 goes bluegrass with Bear Scat Mountain

Posted by Bryce Crawford on Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 10:53 AM

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There's a full-on revolution in Colorado music, driven by last November's passage of Amendment 64. OK, actually maybe there's just been a handful of songs, but that's still more than Amendment 65 has generated. What, musicians: Limiting corporate contributions and expenditures doesn't jazz you the way a mom-and-pop weed shop does? Well, guess I can't argue with that.

So, after entertaining the hip-hop strains delivered by the Rocky Mountain Kyngz, then Jay the 420 Kid, we bring you local group Bear Scat Mountain's "Amendment 64," a bouncy little bluegrass number with a message of celebration.

"After a while, you know, I came to find / I got more done when I was of clear mind / But when I want to escape the Rat Race / and put my mind in a different kind of place / One thing that can help with that need / is if I find a little God-given weed / and since we live in the Land of the Free / there's no way this should be a felony."

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