Headbangers Book Club: Pamela Des Barres’ I’m with the Band (Part 2)

At long last, we’re finally concluding our two-parter on Pamela Des Barres’ epochal memoir I’m with the Band! In this episode, we get in some more digs at our nemesis Jimmy Page, with some bonus potshots at Don Johnson, and continue to gush about how nice it is to read a book where you don’t end up hating the protagonist by the end. The Book Club will be taking October off, but we’ll reconvene in November for a reader-selected book TBD–if you haven’t already suggested something, get your votes in now!

00:01:32 Our first audio book experience with Sebastian Bach’s 18 and Life on Skid Row

00:02:04 Pamela Des Barres’ Podcast

00:02:20 …and YouTube Channel

00:03:41 She also teaches writing workshops!

00:07:02 For the record, here’s her much less racist version of the Jimi Hendrix story from her YouTube channel

00:11:10 In case you wonder what we mean by “Meat Loaf style”

00:12:33 Obligatory pic of Mark Farner shirtless on a horse

00:13:33 Our Led Zeppelin podcast

00:16:45 Zach’s apparently offensive video about Lucky Records

00:19:17 Our less popular (under-promoted, AHEM) episodes on Morris Day (Parts 1 and 2)

00:20:30 We think this is “Buttgate”?

00:22:25 “Star Star” by the Rolling Stones (from Goats Head Soup, 1973)

00:23:18 Our first episode on I’m with the Band

00:33:56 Preview of our forthcoming Rod Stewart meme account

01:16:39 Callie’s favorite Ted Danson role (Little Danson Man on Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!)

01:16:49 Zach’s favorite Ted Danson role (the roast of Whoopi Goldberg)

01:19:33 Obligatory pic of Joni Mitchell in blackface

01:22:04 You be the judge!

01:24:24 Here’s Lane Caudell’s chipmunk face

01:30:13 More books from Miss Pamela: Take Another Little Piece of My Heart, Let’s Spend the Night Together, and Let It Bleed

01:31:28 “Dancing in the Dark” by Bruce Springsteen (from Born in the U.S.A., 1984)







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