After recording the tequila-soaked ‘Tonight’s The Night’, Young’s next album in his dark ‘Ditch Trilogy’ was inspired by a sautéed concoction of honey and marijuana, called honey slides.

Judging by the catatonic nature of the record, and subject matter including Charles Manson and Nixon, we’d suggest not taking these if you’re looking for a good time.


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