Schöne Doku von VH1: „Let's Spend the Night Together: Confessions of Rock's Greatest Groupies“ läuft übermorgen und danach sehr wahrscheinlich irgendwo in diesem Internetz. Von der Seite zur Doku (das Preview dort ist not available in my fucking country, ist aber wahrscheinlich eh nur der obige Trailer):
Meet Pamela Des Barres, writer, journalist, rock `n roll historian and Queen of the Supergroupies. She is most famous for her 1987 tell-all I'm With The Band, an intimate portrait of her sexual exploits and longtime escapades with such notorious rockers as Mick Jagger, Jim Morrison and Jimmy Page. "Miss Pamela" as she was christened during her '60s heyday as a member of all-girl band the GTOs, has spent the last few decades extolling the merits of the rock concubine lifestyle. She has given light to some of the most personal details of rock `n roll's greatest.
In her latest book, Let's Spend the Night Together: Backstage Secrets of Rock Muses and Supergroupies, Pamela focuses on her successors and some of her contemporaries. The book provides the perfect framework for "Lets Spend the Night Together" (working title) which will follow Pamela on a road trip as she visits many of these legendary women. From the outer limits of Salt Lake City to the southern end of Little Rock, Arkansas, some of rock `n roll's most beloved dolls will re-emerge to share their stories. While each of the cities will provide the perfect visual backdrop for the documentary, they also reveal a little bit about each of the women. How did the infamous Tura Satana, the stunning burlesque dancer known for teaching Elvis to dance, end up in a small town outside of Salt Lake City? Why did Michele Overman, famous for her ongoing affair with Led Zeppelin's front man Robert Plant finally seek refuge in the cozy Northwestern corner of Portland, Oregon? Their lives now have all to do with the lives they led back in the day when love was free and rock `n roll was paramount.