Hallelujah! I've already spread the news on Facebook earlier on, but please give me a moment to emphasise why this is a memorable day.
One of the most influential, detailed books written on the florescence of Classic Rock, namely
Pamela Des Barres' memoir:
If you haven't read, or heard about it, now is your time to take action and get a keen insight into the 'Golden Years of Rock'n'Roll.
Pamela Des Barres, often referred to as the 'supergroupie', reveals unvarnished, truthful stories about her legendary life as Jimmy Pages' long-term girlfriend, Frank Zappa's nanny, her adventurous travels to England where she 'met' Mick Jagger or Led Zeppelin, attended dinner parties with Deborah Bonham, The Beatles and Eric Clapton, as well as Pamela's final pursuit of happiness with her current husband Michael Des Barres.
As usual, book containing such 'provocative material' has be strongly criticised due to its sexual contents as well as Pamela Des Barres' legitimisation of nymphomania, drug abuse (though only during that particular period of time), or the strong language. To be blunt: Maybe those (mainly U.S.) critics were simply 'too sweet for rock and roll.'
'I'm With The Band: Confessions of a Groupie' (1st ed. 1987) - a witty, yet raw rock anthem.
Let's hope that HBO decides to shoot the film at the original UK locations.