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And by the way, in no way was Jane Asher a "groupie"!
Miss Pamela I have responsibilities things to do, but I have to find out about how these amazing women got close to these music gods.
Still this book is a fun and interesting look into the rock and roll scene and Pamela does a good job of telling it.
FANTASTIC READ! If you are a fan of the greats of classic rock and intrigued (okay, or slightly jealous) about the women they loved and even considered muse's, then this is for... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Heather
Pamela Des Barres' books never fail to fascinate me, and this collection of stories from multiple groupies is even more intriguing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emma Lawson
eh. just a groupie. probably more interesting to live it than read about it.Published 6 months ago by sunshine
the book was good hearing other groupie girls tell stories of their encounters, sex is a nice way to show your inner self and release it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Red
I obviously knew that there would be sex and promiscuity involved in this book, that was a given. But I had no idea just how pathetic these poor women really were. Read morePublished 8 months ago by LucyintheSky
No matter how much they try to put a female empowerment spin on their actions, I wound up feeling embarrassed and ashamed for these women. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
A collection of titillating stories as told to Pamela Des Barres. Exactly what you'd expect. Sex & drugs & rock'n'roll.Published 11 months ago by Elizabeth C.