Pamela Des Barres
The favors she provides are full of naïve love and expectation. She genuinely cares for and is in many ways addicted to the idea of being with the band. Her need for the conquest is something she ascribes to one of her cheating boyfriends.
Pamela's Mother and Father
They leave their indelible mark in the form of a conscience, values, and an awareness of God.
He replaced Eric Clapton in the Yardbirds and later went on to form a band with Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham. Although described as beautiful and somewhat narcissistic by Pamela, he was the Adonis of the band.
He has moved to Los Angeles from New York and is very much an impressive Fifties style leather-clad rebel. He curses, fights, smokes, and claims to have gone all the way...
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