RE/MX: High Fidelity

Hugh Laurie - "Weed Smoker's Dream"

House star Hugh Laurie recorded a few studio albums. Yawn. His second release, 2013's Didn't It Rain, includes a cannabis song. Yawn stopped. That's right, TV's most notorious doctor covered "Weed Smoker's Dream," a jazz song written and recorded in 1936 by the Chicago-based Harlem Hamfats. The band wimped out and later retitled it "Why Don't You Do Right," and Peggy Lee and the Benny Goodman Orchestra made it famous with this 1942 remake, later revived by Jessica Rabbit. Laurie, however, recruited Guatemalan singer Gaby Moreno to record the cannabis-namechecking original. 


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