Evans tells CelebStoner: “The first verse is painting the picture of being on the flight to Europe with no weed in our possession. THC levels are dangerously low. The song is basically a cry for help. Do not marry the marijuana with the dirty, brown tobacco. That’s the ‘Dirty Spliff Blues’.”
“Let’s free the people who spend most of their lives in jail for only smoking and possessing an herb,” Evans adds. “Let’s free our crippled economy with a brand new billion-dollar industry. The benefits of marijuana are infinite.”
The album art for Dirty Spliff Blues – a burnt-out scarecrow smoking a hog-leg size joint protecting a large marijuana field playing a Resonator guitar – was created by William Stout.