Most musicians don't like doing interviews at their homes. It's much too private. Stevie Nicks, however, has no problem inviting journalists to her big colonial house in Pacific Palisades, half a mile above the California coastline.
The college marching band, that benignly regimented music machine, has enjoyed a bit of a legacy in pop music, probably dating back to the title track of Fleetwood Mac's "Tusk." But it isn't often you get to hear a marching band as supercharged and low-down, as rudely alive, as the one in "Dave Chappelle's Block Party."