• Let's Spend the Night Together

  • Backstage Secrets of Rock Muses and Supergroupies
  • By: Pamela Des Barres
  • Narrated by: Pamela Des Barres
  • Length: 10 hrs and 45 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (70 ratings)

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Let's Spend the Night Together

By: Pamela Des Barres
Narrated by: Pamela Des Barres
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Since rock’s beginnings, there have been groupies. These chosen few women who bed, but not often wed, the musicians of their dreams are almost as much a part of music history as the musicians themselves.

Pamela Des Barres, the world’s foremost supergroupie, here offers an all-access backstage pass to the world of rock stars and the women who love them. Having had her own affairs with legends such as Keith Moon and Jimmy Page--as documented in her bestselling memoir I’m with the Band--Pamela now turns the spotlight onto other women who have found their way into the hearts and bedrooms of some of the world’s greatest musicians. In Let’s Spend the Night Together, she tells, in their own words, the stories of these amazing women who went way beyond the one-night stand.

Here you’ll get to know 24 outrageous groupies, including:

  • Tura Satana, Miss Japan Beautiful, who taught Elvis how to dance and gave him lessons in lovemaking.
  • Cassandra Peterson, aka Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, who tangled with Tom Jones in Sin City.
  • Soulful Miss Mercy, who discovered that not only does the rest of the world listen to Al Green while making love--so does Al Green.
  • Cynthia Plaster Caster, who redefined art and made history when Jimi Hendrix plunged his member into her plaster mold.
  • The mysterious Miss B, who reveals Kurt Cobain’s penchant for lip gloss and pantyhose.
  • And over a dozen more.
©2007 Pamela Des Barres (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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What disappointed you about Let's Spend the Night Together?

I read Pamela Des Barres first book and loved its freshness and honesty. Let’s Spend The Night Together was pretty awful- name dropping, older women talking about their youth is one thing but this was kind of gross, especially in this day and age. Boring.

What was most disappointing about Pamela Des Barres’s story?

There was nothing fresh about it. Pamela’s voice is droning. Nothing she talks about or any of the women interviewed talks about anything interesting at all. Its about tired, boring has beens talking about sex. Nothing about personalities, or what these groupies may have learned while hanging out with the male musicians. I found the whole thing pretty boring and distasteful. Didnt finish it.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Pamela Des Barres?

Dont know.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Let's Spend the Night Together?

Mostly all of them! That is the problem. Unless I was editing with a porn in mind. Then would have had someone with a better speaking voice read it.

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Enjoyed the story and Pamela's narration.

loved it. easy to follow and loved that Pamela narrated herself. Made the book. Thanks!

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Im with the band changes title to lets spend the..

What would have made Let's Spend the Night Together better?

I don't think you could have made it better. This Gal is a one trick pony.

What was most disappointing about Pamela Des Barres’s story?

it is pretty much a rehash of "I'm with the band.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Pamela Des Barres?

Linda Eastman.....oh no, wait ,she's dead. Lets see.....hummm.....I know, Phyllis Diller. Cmon, look it up.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

resignation. I knew from jump street this book was a retread.

Any additional comments?

Why yes, thank you for asking........ The publisher should be dispatched with all due haste.

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Eh

This was a bit boring. Didn’t hold my interest. It gets confusing as to if she’s talking about herself or the person the chapter is based on. Pretty disappointing.

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BORING

I loved her 1st book but this one was long drawn out and extreamly BORING. Read, "I'm with the band