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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"In dolls. Welcome to miss pamelas pajama party, a pantheon podcast, you're about to kick back and relax with the world's most famous groupie. And don't let anyone ever tell you that. I am not because I am the Queen of the groupies and proud of it. So I'll take that title and I will run with it. And, and you know what it means? It means some girl or guy sometimes who loves to hang out with bands in various capacities. Right. Just like I get to do today with the great Johnny Echols, founder of love. So hang in for that guys. And you know, I've written several books. Most famously is I'm with the band, but I also have sequel to that. And a bunch of other books, and I do give tours they're called. I'm with the band rock, tours of Hollywood and laurel canyon. And I drive people around. Well, I don't drive I have a fabulous driver, who takes people around in my van to all the places in Hollywood where. I did wild and crazy things. So it's a very personal tour. And you can sign up at my website, Pamela day bar dot com right now. At fact, I've won on June ninth coming up. Okay. And you know, you can find us pantheon podcasts on Spotify radio dot com pen Dora. I tunes, of course and you know what you can go on Google input and miss pamelas, pajama party. And it'll come up, so please share it with your friends, one of the most important things to us right now is that you share share share so people can hear all the wonderful podcasts. Pantheon. Liked to understand just talk. Have been true. But you tell me, I haven't even started yet to live got to ban you get. That's. All right. Each. I'd like to understand today, then maybe I would. When it was just today, the seasons and the reason thrown this. Well, today's special guest is Johnny Echols from love and I used to see this band play as often as I possibly could at all the clubs in Hollywood. And he's such an important character in, in the in the big giant realm of rock and roll, and cannot wait to.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"He'll. Hey, there diggers this is Christian swayed the host of rock and roll archaeology and deeper Dixon rock. Yes. Also known as he rock and rock Yala gist when we drop the first few episodes of rock and roll archaeology into the feed three and a half years ago. Little did we know that this telling of rock and roll history would become a pantheon of rock and roll podcasts since many of you. I joined us on our Rucker all exploration. The halls of the rational pantheon have filled with shows like deeper Dixon, rock rock and roll library muses art of rock with caution. Friends real rock with the Reverend indie. King miss pamelas, pajama party, vinyl snob and more. We are proud of this one of a kind of protest to an audio magazine of high quality shows that is being the thank you for your support. We couldn't have done it without you are diggers. Listen to all of our shows. And now we are excited to let you know that every show available as part of pantheon can be found in their own podcast feed to subscribe to in apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher, Google play or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts remembered to subscribe rate and review the shows you've come to love we look forward to adding more shows to fill the holes here in our pantheon of rock and roll. And find them all at pantheon podcast dot com. Keep up the Rockin.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Nick. Okay. Here's fine. Just keepers. So how about that dolls? You can't shut the guy up which is a good thing. He has so much to say and has such incredible memory. You know, what I just love the story about, you know, Rick James and having to wear the address like a mynah bird. So crazy, he has so many crazy stories we're gonna get some more than one of these days. So thank you so much for listening and next time. I think you're going to be able to hear some of my writers in my writing workshop here in LA, I've decided to have them read some of the pieces they write in class too. So you can hear what we're up to here. So I think that's what next time you're going to be able to sit in on one of my writing workshops. Okay. This is miss pamelas words of wisdom for the day. I just want you to take a look in the mirror and kiss it. Okay. Just love yourself. Like, you love all these other people in your life. Life and realize that you are just as important, maybe more. So because you live inside yourself than all those other people. So please just look in the mirror and smile yourself today and give it a smooch. Okay. Until next time. I am miss Pamela. And you've just been to my pajama party keep up with all I do at Pamela day, par dot com and interact with me on Instagram at the Pamela day bar. Okay. Dolls by. Diggers Christian Swain year with a short pause for great. 'cause we believe music education for young people as an investment in a better future for all of us. If you listen to our podcast chances. Are you agree? Little kids rock has transformed. The lives of more than six hundred fifty thousand public school students by bringing music education into their schools. Little kids rock trains teachers in underfunded schools to teach kids the music. They love from the Beatles to Bruno Mars Led Zeppelin, delete Gaga Chuck Berry. The chance the rapper little kids. Rock has become a national movement to restore expand and innovate music education in public schools across America, visit little kids rock dot org. And learn more about how you can help put music. Were it belongs in our schools. Thank you. And let's keep up the rocket. Right into the next generation. Bond. All of our shows notes, social ellings at WWW dot penfield, podcast dot com. Or wherever you listen to great podcasts. All songs be found for purchase on itunes Spotify or Google play. Please purchase. Great an important trout on Facebook. At the our in our AP, we are on Instagram at our our archaeology. On and off or he'll.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"You here. No. Wasn't wondering at all. I'm here you hear where together. Yeah. This. Party boys. No, not so fast is. You got to be one of us in her shoes to get back to the hotel. Then we'll take you back. This really happened. Yeah. I said, you gotta be kidding, right? So him to I'm telling you. Right here play horse shoes too. That's my ticket back to the hotels. I can play that night tonight Saturday night, and they said well, not so fast. They said the hand me cold beer. Yeah. Okay. I get the cold beer and a horseshoe who should. Okay. Well, get gone. Biz or hear your shot, and they make the up, you know, they exposed pig on the other end. And my first shoe. I swear to God took went straight up in the air and ended up on the roof because we're close to the house. And. They said, well, we should have brought you suitcases. And now you gonna go to here for a while. But little than oil that I went to camp. I went to YMCA camp for eleven years. That's always play horse, shoes and horse shoes and more shoes. And so beat the first guy kept throwing start throwing ringers and. Well, we have another beer. And so then I start to more bringers. I beat the second guys. Okay. That's it. Then a guy comes out of the basement of the little house the little White House on the green lawn, and he has with him to letter armbands with the monster album and a glass, a Decca cards and a syringe and some dice and does skull, you know, flames shoot. Now, the is. And so this is great. This is perfect. A perfect be is nice. It's warm. I get the guy hands with these to earn bands. Is here. The name of the guy that game. The me crash crash was in the outlaws pay just got out of the penitentiary. Okay. So he's on speed some drugs making in carbon up this leather armbands the in the basement of the house, and they hit they had this whole thing planned. Nick. That could only happen to you though. Because I remember the stores used to tell me that I just couldn't believe as well. He's got incredibly fanciful imagination which you do. But these things actually happened to you. They have that's a real wild one to pad that no one took photos of that stuff back. Then we didn't think about taking pictures, right? 'cause I'd love to see images of you throwing those or. Yeah. That's it. You know? I'll do a photo shoot anytime pitching horseshoes. Okay. Okay. Hippies play horse shoes. I wanna ask you something. If you remember certain thing when the GTO's played the Shrine Auditorium. You came to that show. Yes. I did. And I was so embarrassed to sing the man knowing you were there in the audience. I was so shy. I was with Randy. Yeah. Well, Randy, and I became good friends you. Yeah. Even while you guys were together. And we were we were hippies. She told me to sleep with you all the while. They will you guys were engaged because she wasn't ready yet wasn't ready. Well. I say Randy as follow me in in. I had a. We went down into the dressing room. And there was there was three guys out of cream. In which dressing room in the dandruff. Zappa area. He but one of the dressing room. They're all kinds of dressers so many of us in that show. Yeah, they had what's his name. Eric clapton? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The drummer ginger Baker, right, right, and Bruce, I don't remember all loose. I was never UpJohn Bruce on bass and Eric Clapton on guitar. They're all three of them sitting there on a bench. There's no one else in the room. Randy, and I walk in and I asked through them I said. Listen eager is doing so great. You know, you guys wanna be the movie. Yeah. Yeah. The looked at each other. Okay.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Man. Okay. I roll down the window halfway and in turn down the music a little bit and through that little thing in the window. I I ordered. Cheeseburger with have French fries and some catch up in a coke. I bet he liked that. He said. What? He's faced get all red and puffy. And he put his arm through that slot that I had open enough to talk through and I saw his arm coming in and grabbing my jacket pull a mate trying to pull me out of that opening. Says fucking things got a door. Let me the door. And this. Okay. That will the door. Got out is. Car. Oh, that's a terrible way to start your first day with your car. Okay. Then here because he's leaving to that little he had the little Pat. And he saw that. I thought he looked like a car, Hoppy. And look at the burger puts. Okay. I could take you in for. This says no date me in for this. Or that? To I'll do the ticket with, you know, spy first time, which is got, you know, blah, blah, blah. But he let me go and gave the ticket to rub foster. Oh, and then they took care of the time. He was a real nut. You know? I'm sure you've we're aware that. Oh, yeah. That whole group per Jacobs and Bill Lee, I didn't I just faster briefly. God he was really nutcase. So tell me there's a segue here that I'm not sure what happened were you ever in Steppenwolf? Or did you go from that Spero to time nor I went from time? That's right from Spero to time. And then John in them had recorded all the songs that we had worked on for the last three years being the Spero, right? They hired a baseball to come in for the bass parts, John rave Rushton. And why was he angry at you or something or do you? Let the band. Yeah. I had a new band time. And we got a huge. I remember that do I know I remind never seen a penny of it. I wanna accept you got the car got the car. But that was with that was with Steppenwolf. Oh, yeah. So I had gone. Oh, my 'cause I never understood exactly. Okay. Order of that the galaxy band breaks up spirit. Yeah. Then me Nick goes and puts together band called time. Trust in men everywhere. He guys left and Steppenwolf. Due. God. Dennis Edmonton, Mars mon-. Also knows Mars bonfire wrote born to be wild, right and. Started. He didn't wanna play in a band. So they got Michael monarch I found Michael. Yeah. And I can't set whole band of none of the guys knew each other. But demanded they're all in the same band. So at then they knew each other. When you left the band, they they were, you know, angry at the fact that you know, I decided put another band together called time. Yeah. We got that big advance and Ardy rip was involved and. I can't remember what happened to the airplay on this song take me along. But for some reason they used to fight after every time we got together the three of them, Jeff in Ron Levin and Bruce guard and be out in the hallway fighting over the money. That was supposed to be going to us. We're supposed to have like be part ownership of that cash. A lot of cash five hundred thousand dollars. Yeah. I remember that as I was saying out with you. Yeah. I saw time play the daisy club remembering a couple other places. Yeah. And I spent a lot of time with you and Bruce in well Crazy Horse Caramba and the pencil now what happened to them eventually some horrible thing. Didn't he wind up getting murdered the pencil? Well, the pencil took. The money from Caramba. And and so he wound up getting the money somehow some money they fought over. Yeah. Okay. Here's what happens there in the time line is like jumping. Ahead would be that. I got the Saami playing for the mighty clouds of joy with opening group time played and John k Goldie interior meeting came in. And they saw that. I was you know, playing bass for them, and they cornered me and asked me to come back with the band and the college stepping. Oh, okay. So they hadn't done their first two yet. So I at that time was so tired of the management fighting over Nicholson dimes and big bucks. And I decided to go with step move. The the group that I was familiar grew up darted to especially since yet. I basically, you know, put all together forced down. Yeah. So you went back with them albums. Did you play on played on Steph movie birthday party, the monster our them, we did born to be wild on the album formed at Santa Monica civic. And then it was they released. I can't believe they did that they released an album that we recorded as Sparrow as in called it new step. Oh, early step more that was recorded in the matrix. Under a piano on A Roberts to track tape recorder came out when they came out and they've released it, and they somebody sold they they fix it up in his studio. Oh and made it sound like half listenable. Yeah. A lot of junk on there. That's rude fund fund junk, and it was a hippie would understand it. He would have to take drugs to mitigate behind it. Well, okay. What is your favorite song? 'cause we wanna hear that. We're going to play into sunshine. No, no, no with Stephan. That would be the monster set it all it was like we would war with Vietnam. And we're fighting to try to get placement in those that fought along the same lines what we were doing they trying to give the soldiers support. Oh in Vietnam. Really? It's really different almost like an anti protest song. Yeah. Like, we were we were like, we called the monster was the government was the monsters with reaching out, and creating all these unnecessary battles all over the world. Yeah. And and we were against us. We had months if you look at the album is a bunch of mice carrying rifles going up and down hill and stuff and. So that was the one album met at stood out in the cover for that monster most Dan on Pacific Coast Highway. He know that section of Pacific highway that goes out looks like a beach. So what did God do here? Like, he put a beach on a slant. No that spot. You know that what them talk it said big huge Sandy's spot. I guess it's years and years of the wind driven sand. Couldn't that was that was the last place. It could go would be in the cove right up against the cliffs of that, you know, that was not mountainous just a tall big rock. I think I do. Yeah. Yeah. People like, yeah. They they stop their cars. And then they try to go up the beach on a slant. So anyway, I'm going to hear that song. Run

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And it's barrel. Live long before it became Steppenwolf. And how did that take place? We were this Sparrow up until we went did the Columbia records Singhania and then our visas ran out in then we're all standard on tenth and university of new and I remember just sunny day and went to the drugstore to have breakfast. And then we went outside and stood outside the album will tell and I drew line. I've seen that line in the sidewalk. And they they all said, yeah, we were like huddled. Like, a you know like like football team huddles before they go out and do a play swell huddled around a figure out. What we were gonna go. What are we gonna do visas it run out, and we don't have any money? So what did we do? We played a few place around New York fifty four at St. avenue and the barge out in Long Island. And then there was like the management agency dropped us. And said he guys she get jobs and co back to Canada, but we're outta here. We're not going to produce you anymore. You guys guys just gonna have to find your own way. In the William Morris agency dropped and management. Stan Freeman drop this. When did you have a record despair? This borough of wreck says down goes your love life and green bottle of. Okay, tucson's. It didn't go anywhere. They didn't even get a hot hundred shoot. And so they dropped this. So I drew a line in the sidewalk I said keep for those wanting to go back to Toronto chance for those that want to go to LA, you know, Canadians. We have no visa we're legal do want to do that. They said. Yeah. So we did that problem is. I had a drive the entire distance from New York to Hollywood enough money for gas that not enough money to stay anywhere. So it was a continuous one way. One. Like, I had three truckers pills that I took keep you up for five days. Speed right. Yeah. They uppers and. These are called black beauties. Oh god. I remember those, of course. And so we popped a puff three of those the only driver, John k can't see. Yeah. This had like suspended drives is the D is or something problem. And so you did the all the drive ahead to do all the driving Mars bonfire wrote born born to be wild sit in the back. He'd never even drove a car you never. So I do all the driving and sinus into the Tropicana motel once. Perfect place. How did you know that was the perfect place of John k toilets because he had been to Los Angeles told us all about Los Angeles. Oh, right. That was in the next night after being and Hollywood sinus into the Tropicana, and we'll tell the thing to do is take the his you desert. Here's your little disk is a little vial and acid, take them, purple, vile acid and start shaking hands with palm trees in you know. Yeah. Like tropical plants and stuff. Hi. How you doing? Some become running up and said, hey, you can't do that. You can't be shaking hands with trees and shrubs. Back to Tropicana he had before they arrest you for being here legal over right? Has the whiskey ago? Now, how did was it easy to book where you still called the Sparrow, then you've got to town? Yeah. I I did all the book. Yeah. I acted as the bass player and agent, and I would scout out places to play and whiskey was one of them. And I've at Randy Meisner from the group called the poor from the Brassica. There were staying there at the Tropicana, so many bands stayed there for that's how Randy ended up playing with the World Classic rockers down. Yeah. 'cause you knew that that long ago. My God, it was at sixty eight that was in the exceed seven sixty seven okay in then. Things got a little tight around, Los Angeles and Hollywood rock stones and bottles, and rocks and his streets and people running back and forth to that fit. The name the club. Where was it? It was it wasn't by the whiskey was further down since that boulevard. I'll think of it in a minute. I think I know that when you mean used to dance there, it looked like inside it was like part of ship, right? Look like a ship inside of that. Yeah. That was it wasn't that place. But that did play that place as time. Oh. The the Bank called. Yes. I know many many bands, you know, it's because of you. I was bass player nut. You know? My first three lovers. Boyfriends would want to call. We're bass players because you were the first bass player. Okay in Chris Hillman, and no reading. Yeah. Basically already. And they often go to hell because he only had four strings. But then again, I had I she go to hell to. Yes. I had four string. That's right. They'll do try to get out of the dungeon by adding and other strings, so I five strings on my base. Oh, you do. I do. Now. Did you invent that? No. I saw somebody the iron butterfly had a bass player that you know, he, Jerry he. Yeah. He jerry. I looked at him. I said, wait a minute. One two three. Five stink. Wow. Like a new beginning for me. I I wanna five string bass. Oh, cool. So music store and ask them. Do you have a fifth string? No. I give you set of five. Okay. And you created it yourself sip. Yes. So now, I had a five string bass. And of course, I had lead singer in the new band, the wolf lone wolf and kept thinking that that low east. Be string was the eastern and kept mixing them up needs looking over at may. You know? But it was it was in time, and it, you know, like everything fit except was the wrong note. Oh, that's not good. No. So okay. So the spare played the whisky how did that go? That went great. We played see we did we play with the doors. Jim morrison? He lived in laurel canyon. Yes. Of course, all the time. We hang out in that little grocery store at all canyon door you still there. Right. Of course. I do can roll tours. I take everybody to his old house there, and we wind up at the canyon store yet the canyon still. And then I remember having to his secret way. If a lot of traffic take the back roads around the store. Yes. You can come back up on the other side. Yeah. Try to slip in somewhere in a slot. Yep. That's right. It's still do that. Yeah. He's still to. Yes. But not everybody can do about it secret. When so where were you living, the Tropicana, and then you got your own place when I meant you you're living on Hollywood Boulevard where we lived. Yeah. I was living in Hollywood Boulevard. But I was in time Ron eleven I got. Oh, yes. We've gotta talk about that. Okay. That's very important. But I wanna get into the the, you know, the order of it. So how did Spero become Steppenwolf Spero broke up at the place next to the whiskey memory of that place was the galaxy the galaxy broke up there. We broke up, and you know, is it. Okay. That's it is we got we got to take some time off, and I put together that band time with Bill Richardson, Larry Byrom, Britta tap. And we got. Ron eleven Bruce Gardner and.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And. Required. And I didn't know his name. Leaned over it as like this. Butter and balcony and. Basement and. He looked over is noticed. It wasn't a singer said. I asked him. I said what songs asked if he saying because at that time to any black people that are on TV. Really? People in Germany. That's incredible. Frick? There was named to three others was was he Canadian? No, he's American. What was he doing there? Oh. That's how we joined your and he still had his name navy outfit on his navy of. It's good. Go over we're going to have to do some. How would like we start off? I get you some new clothes. Street clothes. Still have access to it. If you ever need to. In front of when they find. Wow. Join the band, right? This is an amazing history. So now he is Canadian. That's right now. How did he find you? Or how did you find him? What was this down? The village. Wandering aimlessly. Hippies hippies already nowhere, right? Like hippy? It was. Yeah, we would hippies yet. The word is this chant. We're can add it. Okay. Okay. Good. All right. So that's cool. Your first band and deal. Young and Rick James. In the band. Vance Spero with Jacqueline Spero, they kicked out the lead singer. And the me trade. Bass players, and I went with the Sparrow and there as player would with the Maya birds. Okay. And I moved on. And we gotta deal with capitol. Records into Rondos still okay candidate, right call. If you don't want my love number one. Oh, and we need to find that and play it. Let's play that. Story than having number one record. That was when we were still minor girds. I got a member gonna tell his story we were hired to do was manages set it up. He looked like a mynah bird. It kind of reminded bird low sold mynah birds that was saying in the us is that how you using leg we got the name for the band's this ban us. Just here. Variety is shop a little bit more known in the Toronto area as well. How I do it by taking this band calling the mynah birds having them here black with a little blonde. The thing in the Middle East and black leather jackets, Hilo, turtleneck t shirts, black pants and boots. We've that we dyed yellow. And we've got a job outside of town like American bandstand show, the bleachers for the budget school kids there after four right and sour right Sheila. Toronto. And it was all saving went there. Limo? I'd never been at a level. We went to us, right? We all of the limo waiting television studio and the destructive as to what to do. And James, of course, singing the song that he hated is called minor bird hop. Part

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"This is Steven Hyden author applied of the gods journey to the classic rock, and you're listening to rock and roll archaeology. Welcome to miss pamelas pajama party. Pen fan podcast. Music. Culture tambourine man, check Sala g. Rock n roll. Now miss panel on. Hi, dowels come on in welcome to miss pamelas pajama party, a pantheon podcast. You are about to kick back and relax to the world's most famous groupie. And that's me, and I'm proud of it. So I'll take that title. And I'll tell you briefly what it means. Again, a groupie is someone who loves music loves vans who make it wants to hang out with the band's wants to be as near to them as possible in any way possible and just enjoy them and be amused to them too as well. And I've written several books most famously I'm with the band my first book, but there are four others, and I'm halfway through my sixth. Now, isn't that something I have writing workshops all over the world with my dolls? I call them dolls because I just love them. I give tours of my rock and roll haunts in Hollywood, I'm with the band rock tour. Hours, and you can find all this outta my website at Pamela, debacle dot com. And I'm really excited to be part of the pantheon podcast network of rock and roll shows keeping it alive, baby. Just been the news. You can find all the pantheon shows now in Spotify radio dot com Dora and really anywhere. You listen to your podcasts. We are growing all of his pantheon love telling the stories about the great moments of rock and roll in a variety of manners. The something for everybody. So many shows for you so many flavors to choose from yum, yum, yum. Find it all online at pantheon podcasts dot com. And what matters the most us. Of course is if you enjoy what we do here. Please head over to pantheon podcasts dot com and show it to a pal. Thank you. Two. Today's show features boy someone that looms large in my legend, Nick, Saint Nicholas the bass player in Steppenwolf and many other bands. But he was my very first lover, the some the someone I decided to give it all up to and he is so quirky and has so many cool stories and has so much to say that we're probably going to have to have him back. But this is this is our first hour with Nick, Saint Nicholas. I hope you enjoy it. She asked him. Maybe. Shady's? Some. Jesus. Gets in this. Donna. Shoot. Hi dolls. I have the most amazing special guest today. I am so thrilled to have this guy on my show. His name is Nick, Saint Nicholas and he's formerly of Sparrow mynah birds. Right. Of course, Steppenwolf and several other bands time trust in men everywhere. One of my favorite acts like in the late sixties and in my history. Of course, those of you who read I'm with the band. You know, how important he is in my history. He is the first person I actually. Slept with. Let's just put it right out there.

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Few. Well, as usual C C Connelly speechless because I'm so an offer gift, and I hope you Doug that. Because no one can do what she does. And please check out our website and go see her play. And you know, just give her the love she deserves. And she will give it right back to you. Well, I'm going to have back on the show, and she'll be able to tell us all the fabulous exciting things that are going on in her career, which I know is going to happen for her because I believe in her one hundred percent, okay dolls until the next time. I am miss Pamela. Even though I'm seventy years old. I will always be miss, Pamela. And I will always do every single thing. I wanna do in life, and I'm not gonna let any kind of age or number get in my fucking way. And I want you to keep up with all I do at. Pamela day bar dot com, and you can interact with me on Instagram at the Pamela day. Barb course because that's who I am. You'll hear me next time. Bye. Say one God. No. A new vote. Damn rain, go s. Do you go? Thanks. Thanks. Diggers Christian Swain ear with a short pause for a great cause we believe music education for young people as an investment in better future for all of us. If you listen to our podcast chances are. Little kids rock has transformed. The lives of more than six hundred fifty thousand public schools by bringing music education into their schools. Little kids rock trains teachers in underfunded schools to teach kids the music they love from the eagles. Bruno Mars Led Zeppelin to lady Gaga Chuck Berry. The chance the rapper. They'll kids rock has become a national movement to restore expand and innovate music education in public schools across America, visit kids rock dot org. And learn more about how you can help put music or belongs in our schools. Thank you. And let's keep up the rocket right into the next generation. Bond all of our show notes social links at WWW dot pound villain, podcast dot com or ever you. Listen to great podcasts. All songs would be found for purchase on I tunes Spotify or Google play. Please purchase great an important drought. Find us on Facebook at the RN. Are we are on Instagram at our and our archaeology? At our and our he'll.

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Everything. I wanna Tim. I had a flash. This was a flash that I had and it wasn't from me. It was from some God their place telling me to tell her dare you defy God. Tim. Play some faith in me. Tim, really? We love you singer. See nice. She's on she's done, some she. She's she doesn't get stuff. I don't know. I think the research. All right. We'll research it. Okay. I love to you by. That was definitely wrong answer. But he's got to be a manager about, you know. So he has to ponder, right. And he has to coerce, right? Exactly. Or I've leaving the band. I see don't you see CCC? I'll see. Hey, good, welcome. Thank you for being with me. Thank you for. You know, how I have this credible adoration for you. I feel the same way. I mean, that's you know. Whether or not we ever got to know each other, just I dunno. You mean a lot to me personally and the rest of the world and females specifically, you know, you're you did it your own way and created this whole new avenue that you carved out for life for in history to the future. Oh, thank you. And I know thank you for an easy trip. I know, and it's so encouraging to just remember, you know, like you're saying on the last podcast that like don't dress your age like what even is that? I know. It's too weird. This crazy thing I've ever heard white after some Lord, remember, she's us. But yeah, it's it's you know. Stops gusting dress my age. I can't even imagine it. When what is that? Like, you said what what who decided that? I just want people to be hurry an open free. Yeah. And that's a very it is exactly that for me. It's it's invigorating and really inspiring. And and it keeps me like, you know, it keeps an individual knowing that like there is not one way. What you've done for me. There are no there are no freaking rules. There aren't thank you for any you create that. And I it means a lot to me. There's the last question. What do you think? Do you think we create our own heaven and hell here honor? Lord. I I do I to certain extent and then to another. There are things outside of us that we have no control over. But there are a lot of things. There's a lot of things we don't have control over. But how we respond to those? Maybe that's exactly is is having. And if you go down the tubes with whatever is presented to you. Then that's hell, and you I mean, it's. Do you know just like I mean, it sounds silly? But it's harder to frown netted Innis to smile will. I'm used to frowning. So, you know, you have to create your perception is everything, you know. So you just have to reprogram yourself. And that's something that I'm working on right now, as you know, like I said before I got over here. I woke up a up really really depressed. Always every morning gosh. Honey, and I fear that, but I, but then I go into some cheesy little gratitude meditation about thank you for everything. Like, oh, yeah. This rules. And thank you so much. You know, I'm so glad he started that. Yeah. How did that come about? You just got sick of waking up feeling miserable. No, some crazy spiritual eighty. Oh. Yeah. Oh, what me up who wanna hear about it? You'll tell me about that later until you about that later. Okay. Sweetie. Well, thank you so much. Thank you can be a smooth. And love you. You heard it here. Second. Second Smoot second of many, right? So we got a lot of cool stuff coming up new record becoming up shortly. We're playing a lot of very cool shows in the area and all over you can find me in the band at CC, Ben Hof dot com soon to be CC dot com. We'll see if Tim agrees who knows maybe already. Did. It's sl. Sl E B E N H O F F, my Instagram and everything else is C space trash not space as in a space, but spaces in whoa. All of it. See space trash and thank you buying. Oh think too much Dr. Few.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Feet. Yeah. Responses. Great. So you still want to save you still want to save your audience? I mean is that is it? Wanted this Lale the. Robie shit miss Pamela. I I've never thought of it like that. No. I don't know. I only want to mine them that the this. Ultimately is not a joke, and it needs to be made light of. Right. What does that make? Does it does like this is it is intense? It is human just life. Yeah. This is is hard and scary and awful and not where humor comes in as soon as you stop being cynical and sarcastic about it. Then you can find the beauty and enjoy it. And then be funny about it. So that's why I like to balance that you know, like, I if I'm super heartbreaking and asong. I'll jacks depose like the next line Lovie like. But also the Larrea. Yes. Because it is because it's simultaneously horrible. And beautiful sad. You know? I it's it's literally everything is it is and people tend to forget one of those things at all times dumps about whatever that the other side is just right there. You just have to claim it. You know? I know I need to remember that and humor. So were pretty amazing. The fact that human beings, we don't know. Any second drop dead or something riffing thing can happen. But we Parche on resilience. I mean, humans are incredibly now because we really don't know there's an after life. I happen to believe there is because I've had so many, incredible spiritual awakenings experiences. So I believe I believe I look forward to I know that I'm on the path to really believing that I feel like I'm like. Sixty nine percent there. Here getting there. Yeah. I love that number favorite seat to. Although, you know, sometimes when it simultaneous like that. It's hard to focus. It's hard to concentrate and receive he given the same. Yeah. He's actually it's feel pleasure with your giving it it's better than the other. I just prefer just missionary. Do really. Yeah. Honestly, I suppose boring comes all the way down to it. That is the best win. It's called missionary position. That's your faith. It's so funny full circle to missionary. Genius while I went to do another song. Okay. Okay. To close out the show, and you can choose it. Although I I want one of your most passionate one girl most passionate about okay? Okay. Okay. Okay. Yeah. I got you. All right. Take chance kid glance. Nick, Matt skid glance thea. Nasreen? Talking main town me good. If take a chance good at glance. Assu? Heaven have me. Any do one more time? Hell stop me. Daddy. Muddied home Daphne. I don't I. Me. Top-down Chinda then feel. Daddy, looks happy. Leave in prayer. Wide.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Holiday. Stay. I am fragile. I'm afraid. Found me another one number his day. How do they stand is? I am fragile line scale. I'll never. Now that he's. Now. Don't ignore. All. She had nothing to do her. Her son was that he will. Are you? Holy. Shen most. She also have died. For Christ's sake. He's her son look at crowd. Look. Luke. Good. Shit. I forgot that. It's about the other Mary it's about mama, man. Okay. That's fine. Do you have about mangle? I I don't. Well, that was awesome. See god. You just you open me up in all kinds of different ways. Yeah, baby. Yeah. Let's go back. I'm gonna go back. When you you said that you had when you were seventeen you had people's faces on the floor in Africa, right? Yes. Okay. How'd you get to Africa for civil well? My the first ministry disowned me because I had found out I was having sex. And so essentially my whole life from five to seventeen every day three times on Sunday Wednesday leading all the kids years and years and years just completely vanished. And then this other minister came along and took me under his wing and said, it's all right. You know, you're not allowed to do that anymore. Okay. I won't because it's still wanted to, you know, so happy place. So you you really felt born again, and you felt like Jesus was in you. And all those things that are you're supposed to feel when I did. I I mean, that's all I knew I. And frankly, I don't know. I just I never don't remember not feeling guilty. And I think that oftentimes is unfortunately paired with any religious aspects. And so I just felt like I had to go help people. And then when I realized that I couldn't save them. I just wanted to make them smile or feel or something like that. Right. Right. So he took me to Africa. And he was very kind. But I I gotta pass with with. He was same kind of awesome. Yeah. Same kind of Dillon dam. Fire stuff. Damn right. You know? My my grandpa was a Pentecostal. Really? Yeah. He scared the shit. I mean, he really good. Yeah. They have a way about he was down in Kentucky. But I went I went there teenager to. I I was trying to get away from my reality at the time. I wanted to join the flying burrito. Brothers and Hillman told me I could be flying. Burrito surf I learned play the fiddle. Right. Oh on. So I hit down there to learn from somebody. I didn't know who to today, my fiddle stolen on the way there. It's a whole story. But I got my first migraines and everything because I was so guilt tripping over over the Christianity thing, and then I saw my grandpa, preach. And there were ladies old ladies banging their heads on the walls and stuff. Right. Yeah. Out so bad, and he paced back and forth. Just screaming yelling gelling and screaming, and they were hurting themselves. Yes. And he would network literally he would touch them made fall backwards. Ranson and everything scared me, I really started questioning it. It took me a long time. Right. So when you started questioning it was that after your African experience before I started questioning it a little before. But the reality hit me so strong on stage know, it will in its because on the way where it was our last day, we're in this like old Land Rover, we had to take a roundabout way that was like an hour outside of the normal path. Right. So whatever takes us two hours when it should take us, however long to get there because there are landmines everywhere because this part of Africa was still in war with the Congo. Right. So God knows why my parents let me do this at that age. But I guess I didn't really have choice in the matter to ask pretty ornery. But so on the way there. So are the radio's on the guy starts at our drivers like freaking out, and he's like pointing to me and he's like, dude, listen to the radio, basically. And I'm like, what is he saying interpreter says he's saying that they're talking about you on the radio at this time, we were in Nairobi, and he said that everyone is congregating at the church because they think that Mariah Carey's gonna be there. Because we had been the day before. And they see a a blonde light skinned person. And may think that then I was all singing and to be fair. She is a hero of mine. Don't get mad. She's a massive hero of mine. I ever tattooed on my body. And I'm not to you will be doors as you put on the other hand. To do that A. Probably do that today. My God that'll be such a thrill anyway going. At any rate. So and he's and he's left. We're going to do this. At any rate. So yeah, he's freaking out and he's so excited and he's like excited for me. And saying that these people like think that you're a celebrity. This is amazing. And I'm like, no, it's not because we're supposed to be saving people here and live. Secondly, that was one of my heroes at the time, I loved soul music and her early stuff. She some great. I'm telling you miss, Pamela. She's got some great early stuff. None of the other nonsense, whatever we're bling. At any rate. So we get there and the damn place is overflowing. It's insanity. People are fighting to get in. So I felt fucking our movies horror because you weren't. Mariah wasn't more. Well, that's how it started. Okay. That's how it started me feeling like a phony. Yeah. I already felt like a phony already felt guilty about who. I was. I was unsure if I was gay straight. I didn't even know what those things meant by the time. I was fifteen I still didn't know my mom took me to the church at fifteen drove into the church to explain to me at fifteen years old what sex was at fifteen. I still didn't know church. Yes. Drove me the church. Forty five minutes down the road pass towns. Vance grave. The road to church was tells where towns vans yet is buried in the road to WalMart is where his first ranch was familiar with him at the time. I was not if teen so but shortly thereafter. Okay. Okay. There's a reason I felt that way passing the graveyard. So where did you think when your mom told about sex? I was horrified. It was shocking. I was I knew I was too old to be getting this talk. Right. But I knew I was too old to still not know what it was. What if they saw? Okay. What do you think? The first thing I went out and dead right after that was phone night sky. Let it. Did you already have some fellow in mind? I did it by still wish him the worse. I don't wish him. Well, but I do wish him flaccid. Ooh. Aren't we all one darling? We are all one we are. Well, anyway, so you got to the church. Where we could go at any rate. So we get to the church in Africa. And no not guy. He's fine. You know what? He's happily married to lady named Chanel. And that's that's what it is. Now.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hey, everybody, this is Maria mall. Dr. And you're listening to rock and roll archaeology on pantheon podcast. Them to miss panelists pajama party. Penn phen- podcast. Music. Culture. Greenman Sala g. Rock n roll. Now, miss Pam on the ball. Well, Hello dolls come on. In what come to miss pamelas pajama party, a pantheon podcast? You're about to kick back and relax with the world's most famous groupie. How about that? So I'll take that title. And I'll run with it. I'll tell you briefly what it means. You know, a groupie is someone who loves the band's wants to hang out with the band's wants to be with the band's wants to be in the band, but you know, a groupie someone who loves music, and the people who make it, and I've written several books, and I guess most popular one would be I'm with the band, and my first book, I have writing workshops all over the world with my dolls. I call him dolls because to me they're very precious. I give tours of my fabulous rock and roll history. In Hollywood where I spent most of my time in the good old sleigh days. And I even have a clothing line called groupie. So check it out. I'm very. Excited to be part of the pantheon podcast network of rock and roll shows. Just a little bit of news. You can find all the pantheon shows now on Spotify radio dot com and most recently Pandora, in fact, if you search you can find us on about forty different podcasts places, we're growing and growing and growing and growing all of us here. Pantheon love telling the stories about the great moments of rock and roll in a variety of manners. There's something for everyone. So many shows for you so many flavors to choose from yum, yum. Find it all online at pantheon podcast dot com or wherever you find great podcasts. Expect new announcements here at the top of every new miss pamelas pajama party show. And finally, this is the one that matters the most to us if you enjoy what we do here, then please head over to pantheon, podcasts dot com and share a show with a friend. Hopefully my show. Thank you. I was known. Own wall. Push it. Don't it show me? Awesome content debate and talk to NAT Joe dragging Brandon being the to not swallow father sorrow again, you then Toews. No. No. You still in the mid a little bit. Don't mean. Been demoted. You've got. We don't give a damn shit is in today. I have a very special guest, my friend CeCe. Ben Hof will soon just be CC because she deserves it like share and Madonna and who else what are the one name people are there. But she there's no one likes her. She is so special to me, and I'm sure you're going to feel the same way shouldn't credible singer-songwriter. She sings and writes with such passion that when you hear her your your whole heart is going to open up and throb all the way down into your Meyer. Anyway, you're going to really enjoy CC. I promise. I'm you fought five. And the. Saying the fli, and you know, he's still through the needle to play. Lando our? Daddy. See you all true. There's a single to remain. Oh. What? Maybe move. Hello dolls. We are here. My second podcast. I'm so thrilled and excited to have been with me today. I'm a huge fan of hers. I have a crush on her. She knows it. She's chill. She's chill. I mean, I hadn't kissed a girl I kissed you that that party recently in decades. I think we had I had whipped cream in my mouth you had Ambrosia salad. Oh, that's in your mouth. Salad that made it even six. Ardley, and I didn't plan it. No. You don't have to kiss that. Go right now. I have Ambrosia salad in my mouth or. No. I think you passed me a grape. I hope it was tasty. It was. To say the least all right well to played by party twice now. Right. I have backyard parties and CC's one of my favorites. And I got turned onto CC by my different Tim Walker who was in my one of my favorite bands mini bar, and you manage you. Right. He shared us. Yeah. His so devoted to you. I'm very blessed. I am very he's so talented too. And he plays in your band. He's steel player. He is feel incredible. Very is your do. You have a country flavor. Right sorta we. Yeah. I would say part country part Seoul. Yeah. Part punk you'll you know whole screaming deal trio.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Eight digger's Christian Swain year with a short pause for a great cause we believe music education for young people as an investment in a better future for all of us. If you listen to our podcast chances are. Little kids rock has transformed. The lives of more than six hundred fifty thousand public schools by bringing music education into their schools. Little kids rock trains teachers in underfunded schools to teach kids the music. They love for the needles to Bruno Mars Led Zeppelin to lady Gaga Chuck Berry. The chance the rapper. They'll kids rock has become a national movement to restore expand and innovate music education in public schools across America, visit kids rock dot org. And learn more about how you can help put music or belongs in our schools. Thank you. And let's keep up the rocket right into the next generation. Bond all of our shows notes social links at WWW dot pant villain, podcasts dot com or wherever you listen to great podcasts. All songs have you found for purchase on itunes Spotify or replay. Please purchase. Great an important drought on Facebook. At the our in our AP, we are on Instagram at our our archaeology tweeted on and off or he'll.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Me? I'm not sure did take it a tape box. I can't remember. Well, anyway, back to the Mick Jagger thing. Finally, he convinced me because actually I had heard that Jimmy was not being true to me on the road and what he was doing. Well. You'd be under arrest right now. Oh, stop. So. So I had already let I had already made out with Mick to the point where I was covered in hickeys. I mean. My thighs were just throbbing with hickeys. But I would not go all the way with him. Because I was you know, I was really in love with Jimmy page. And I thought he was being true to me. But he was not. So finally the night before they left. I finally went for it was awesome. Sure. And he gave me all kinds of his clothes. You know? And you gave me Shimon Lawson. I several India stuffer gave me all kinds of stuff from Indian address he warned performance velvet. And you know, in those days, I had to just sell everything or give it to people. You know, if I had any of that stuff now I'd be rich anyway. Okay. I guess we can wind it up. Honey, that was fun. Right. I guess so you would you. Will you come back and be my occasional sidekick? Yes. Of course. Boy. Oh boy. Well, anyway, everybody out there. Thanks for listening. This was my very first podcast. I'm really excited about it. I'm going to be doing them more. And I hope you'll tune back in. Okay. So thank you for listening by by one of think family for having me hours. Appreciate when we get together. Rock and roll archaeology kids. All right. I'm so. What how wasn't that amazing to listen to mercy stories and the way she tells them nobody can tell a story like mercy because no one has been through anything like what she's been through? And you've just heard just the tip of the old iceberg baby. Because she's coming back. She's going to be like a oftentimes side kick on this show because there's so much more to say, and we know each other so well and know just love each other like crazy were sisters in Seoul. And she is about to actually drop her own book. She's in the middle of working on a book finally with Lyndsey Parker her co writer, and it is going to be something that you will have to read. So I just wanna thank mercy for being here today. And I love her very much. In fact, I'm going to have all kinds of interesting people coming up all my favorites. I'm going to eventually get on this show. My next show should have my girlfriend, Ben Hof. She is a maze. Zing singer. I have gigs in my backyard lot, and she has performed there. A couple of times, and people just cannot even believe it. They line up to buy her CD's. She's so unique. There's really no singer or songwriter that I've heard anything like her. So you're going to dig her. She's coming up, and I'm gonna have my friend Simon petty who used to be in minibar, one of my favorite British bands. And fact, I did their record release party my yard. I have gigs in my yard and you'll off to come sometime. So thank you so much for listening. I hope you keep listening, and I'm going to give you a little bits of words of wisdom. Every time. I do a show. And here's what I have to say today. Don't dress for your age. Okay. Don't even think about wearing clothes at somebody thinks should fit your age group. I will never do that. I dress as flamboyantly in Wilding colorfully as I ever won. I put sequence all over my face. You know what I'm saying fly? Do it. Anyway, thank you so much for listening and until the next time, I am miss, Pamela. And you've been listening to my pajama party. Put your pajamas on next time you tune in. Okay. And keep up with all I do at Pamela day bar dot com, and you can interact with me on Instagram at the Pamela day bar. Bye. Bye. Drum. Way run. Me. Can. Eight

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Chase stones in sixty four. Yeah. Right. But didn't you hadn't you already had some liaisons with various Rockstars? No one. These as Li by I as on with the beatnik. Oh, yeah. But what about the guy the British rockstar you slept with real early on? Who weren't you chasing? You know, what was the first band chased? We're almost there were British thought they were. Trying to be pretty they were Tom Donahue started FM radio. What were the slice stone of San Francisco of Casal Arkadii? But but you chased after them while I got their cute. Did you ever get a hold of any of them was fourteen? Okay. Well, hey, look, what happened after our those all those girls were thirteen and four by not doing my area. The first six I was fifteen with the beatnik. But I actually did trace the stones and follow them the night that kief guttural acute in Sacramento. The replay with Patti LaBelle bluebell bells. And then he got electrocuted and we follow the car, and he got a one car the stones to keep away. And then. We fall into the little bungalows over and MacOS pacing up and down because his freaked out about Keith. And I we we actually ended up in the room with Brian Jones. And Charlie watching got locked out. We Brian was going through his suitcase. That's before I ever felt like jumping on anybody. Okay. All right. Well, so what is the group is further concerned. Do consider yourself groupie. That's why we're often called the GTO's group of groupies. Know. But after groups I go back after single people in groups. Well, okay. But we spent a lot of time hanging with groups. Yes, we did. And we well, I mean, that's obviously where we're groupie comes from. And people say, it's a, you know, auditory really drug, Tori, negative horror type term, which is bullshit. Because remember when we would sit around with the Jeff Beck group with Rod Stewart and. They don't money hit hit tried to Rod Stewart that go get stuff at the glass, far rouse. They didn't have any money. We used to hitch with these bands. You know, these British bands would come to town. It's true. They didn't have any money, although they were staying Chateau Mont, but they had nothing. Eat we stayed the Chateau more Moremon visited hang out with them a lot. And they made us watch soccer. Remember that? Well, he said that makes us watch porn we to sit around and watch soccer of this band. That was probably ride that was right. That was the whole band. I remember. Anyway, the Chateau Mont how by the time that I made a meritless get into you. How about the time that I was sitting there with the beg group. And it is brought Rod Stewart out. And I said the rod I'm so they're talking to rot who by the way, great soul singer. I mean, he is. As for the night with him. Listen today reference. You know, I did I slept in the same bed. But because they brought in the black groupies from New York. They had them flown. Anyway. But I was thinking with them either. But we were friends with this band and they played on our record. Because rod sewage is saying Jeff Beck was hired. Jeff bigger Hopkins were hired by Frank and rods. Okay. This is what I was trying to give to the point that happened. All right. You got me on my track. I'm on a trip. Okay. Okay. I was talking to right? I was saying, you know, well, rod of people are coming to see Jeff Beck ever heard of you yet. And he just flipped out this guy what he just his ego. Which is you know, how popular he wasn't England. I don't think it was popular yet. He liked to think he was. I think he was I think, you know, locally. Yes. Out gradients. This was his first band, though, the Jeff Beck group here. Yeah. But he had been in many other groups, and I think he had us following and was considered idled. They're asked if he could sleep on my floor. He sent me a card with a photo of him and Ron would wait a minute. Wait a minute wait up to on their forget. And he sent me this photo. And he said, I'm bringing Ronnie wood to town. No, one knew we was yet right faces named formed it and he said can we sleep on your floor? I still have that card. It's I know it's pretty awesome. Buy your time that happened. He they they got a hotel. I'll show win win. When I said that to any blew up. He just went ballistic Pamela had to come in and do him a favor to calm him down. I don't know if she remembers that. But also into the bedroom. Do him a favor. That's kind of what it was. That's nothing. I actually wrote about mercy. That's a private thing. Okay. So it was this cut that out. I don't care fifty years ago now. Okay. So then do you remember how ego Icke got when we recording? Okay, because Jeff Beck brought him to the studio and we were recording our album Azap producing along with Lowell George which was an amazing duo, right? Frankly deferred him as long as she's as years. Go on. I find out more. How are so special? Yeah, I spent a whole time. I have a paintbrush in my hand with him. I mean, I would sing it to him. And he would read it down and we GTO songs which we're going to play right now. Okay.

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"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"miss pamela" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Welcome to miss Pannella's pajama party. Penfield podcasts. Music. Culture tambourine man, check Sala g. Rock n roll. No miss on the ball. Hello dolls come on in Wadham to miss pamelas pajama party pantheon podcast. You're about to kick back and relax with the world's most famous groupie. So I'll grab that title. And I'll let you know, what it actually means to be a group is just someone who loves music and wants to be around the people who make it, and that's it. That's what a groupie means. It's another word for love people who want to be with the creative energy that brings us all together. Man, who wouldn't wanna be a groupie I've written several books. I guess most famously I'm with the band, and I certainly was I have writing workshops all over the world with my dolls, I call them dolls. And they like it. I give tours of my most amazing rock and roll history. Oliver Hollywood we go to places. Where I hung out with Jim Morrison and zeppelin boys, and, you know, lots of interesting people Zappa where the GTO's, you know, hung out and danced, and I even have a clothing line called groupie. Of course. So check that out. I am very excited to be part of the pantheon podcast network of rock and roll shows. Just a little bit of news here, you can find all the pantheon shows now on Spotify radio dot com and most recently pen Dora, in fact, if you search you can find us on about forty different podcasts distribution platforms, these days, we are growing and growing and growing all of us here. Pantheon love telling the stories about the great moments of rock and roll in a variety of manners. There's something for everyone. So many shows for you so many flavors to choose from find it all online at pantheon podcast dot com or wherever. You find great podcasts. Expect new announcements here at the top of every new miss pamelas pajama party show. Finally, and this is the one that matters the most to us if you enjoy what we do here, then please head over to pantheon podcast dot com. And then share a show with a friend. Thank you. Amid no. John. Well, today's show. My very first podcast. We have misnomer see from the GTO's girls together. Outrageously my rock and roll all girl group that Frank Zappa produced and sort of created. We were dance group called laurel canyon ballet company and Frank got ahold of us and the rest is history. Anyway, mercy's history is just unbelievable. So I hope you enjoy her crazy stories about her incredible romances with various rock gods. I had my own rock. God's mercy had a whole other array of rock gods. She dallied with the likes of Chuck Berry and Al green. So you're going to hear all about that. And all about our recording sessions with Jeff Beck and Rod Stewart and lull, George, and you know, how we wrote these songs Zappa's basement and you're going to get an earful. Okay. So hang in there with us. Than sit. At me. Bill. Visit. Stop

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