Funkadelic: The Westbound Years

I remember when getting your hands on a Funkadelic album was like finding pirate treasure. Now Nate Patrin pulls this young person’s guide to Funkadelic out of the cloud. He hit the nail on the head, so to speak, and if you were standing next to me in the security line at LAX this morning […]

Daily Listening: FISTFULAYEN VOL 8

“There was abuse in my family, but it was mostly musical in nature.” – Terry Bohner, A Mighty Wind If you love music, I hope you get the opportunity to meet my mom. Spend an hour talking to her about her favorite artists, albums, and songs and you’ll quickly understand the how and why I’ve […]

Pablove + Zoe Across America: Finish Line Is Today!

[Zoe and Pablo’s Father/Pablove Co-Founder/President Elektra Records, Jeff Castelaz] Truth be told, when Zoe told me she wanted to bike from San Francisco to Los Angeles with Pablove Across America, I discouraged her. As her dad, I hate the idea of her on her bike with a bunch of jackasses in cars driving around. Then, […]

Help Zoe Bike from San Francisco to Los Angeles

My twenty-two year-old daughter Zoe has signed up to ride a bike with Team Pablove from San Francisco to Los Angeles this October. She needs to raise $6,000 in donations for Pablove to participate in the ride. If you can help her out, please do by clicking here. Why should you? Well, I can think […]

I’d Have To Be Crazy / The Joy of The Single (BBC Documentary)

As I’ve mentioned before, I pick a couple songs to listen to with six year-old Lucinda at bedtime. Tonight “I’d Have To Be Crazy”, sung by Willie Nelson, originally appearing on one of my dad’s favorite albums, The Sound in Your Mind. Take a listen. Like Al Green’s “Simply Beautiful”, I could listen to it […]