"This charming confessional is the ne plus ultra of groupie tell-alls. It wasn't the first but it is the best, a free-spirited romp in and out of rock star beds and told with sense of humor and compassion."
"Pamela's latest book takes a kind of alternative sociological approach to the groupie phenomenon by interviewing groupies from a five-decade span. Had she taken more of an academic angle, Pamela Des Barres would be the Margaret Mead of rock courtesans doing a generational study of how the sexual freedom of the Sixties has translated through the decades via music."
"While Let's Spend The Night Together falls more into the sociological file, former musician Lisa Rhodes offers a very academic look at groupie by examining the rock subculture. Rhodes' vision of women behind the music scene is all-encompassing but she gets a lot out of concentrating on Oregon groupie Pennie Lane (who inspired Almost Famous)."
"The lovely Catherine James escaped an atrocious childhood and was befriended by Bob Dylan, lived with and had a child by Denny Laine, lived Jackson Browne then Mick Jagger, immortalized by John Mayall in ÂMiss James,Â and dallied with many more before pulling her life together (sheÂs Diane KeatonÂs film double)."
"Like Pattie Boyd and Catherine James, Bebe Buell is more muse than groupie. Her affair with Aerosmith's Steven Tyler resulted in actress Liv Tyler, who was reaised by Todd Rundgren. Buell also enchanted Elvis Costello and was the toast of Seventies era punk rockers. Not only that, she plays in her own band."
"MorganaÂs self-published memoirs from her teenage diaries, written during her rise into the shiny ranks of supergroupies along neon-coated Sunset Strip. The unadorned entries are starkly beautiful: no revisionism but youthful fervor attempting sage assessment of a world barely in her grasp."
"Pattie Boyd (formerly Harrison Clapton) stands as the beacon for the greatest song of unrequited love in rock history, "Layla." Married first to George Harrison of the Beatles then Eric Clapton, her tenderly told tale offers the scoop on her not-so-happily-ever-after story."
"Marianne Faithfull went from being the epitome of well-bred English beauty to the pits of addiction, while creating hits like "As Tears Go By." She's got her own chapter in Rolling Stones' lore and got the whiskey inflection to tell it all. A smart, funny, and enormously talented woman."
"This wasn't the first "groupie" tell-all, Groupie by Jenny Fabian is. Oddly, the author - whose groupie claim to fame was sleeping with Paul McCartney - doesn't come across as a groupie at all. Still the book is an interesting memoir of sexually liberated young woman in the late Sixties."
"So it's a DVD and not a book, big deal - few women ever approached groupiedom with as artistic an eye as Cynthia Plaster Caster. This gem of documentary is as much as it is funny, not to mention revealing."