I'm with the Band - Chapter 9, Take My Hand, Take My Whole Life Too Summary & Analysis

Pamela Des Barres
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Miss Christine is found dead from an overdose in a Boston hotel. All hopes of reviving the GTO's are obliterated. Pamela has no idea what will become of her life.

Her journal becomes "an ongoing letter to Marlon Brando" while she continues to look for "Mr. Right". She confesses to being desperate for affection. Jimmy Page abandons her for a thirteen-year-old named Lori Lightening.

Pamela returns to her nanny job with the Zappas. She becomes temporarily involved with a a member of a Chicano group Frank Zappa is producing. Waylon Jennings is at the Troubador and Pamela shows up to tantalize. In the ladies room she bumps into Patti Boyd, wondering if her husband, George Harrison, is there. After his set, Waylon introduces her to Willie Nelson and Bob...

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