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It has been said that rock 'n' roll was a boys-only club in the 1960s and 1970s. Among the few women who gained entry was a high-spirited, half-Sicilian and half-Cherokee beauty named Nancy Lee Andrews. As a top Ford model, Andrews was the perfect complement to one of the world's biggest rock stars, former Beatle Ringo Starr. Her romantic relationship with the famous drumm It has been said that rock 'n' roll was a boys-only club in the 1960s and 1970s. Among the few women who gained entry was a high-spirited, half-Sicilian and half-Cherokee beauty named Nancy Lee Andrews. As a top Ford model, Andrews was the perfect complement to one of the world's biggest rock stars, former Beatle Ringo Starr. Her romantic relationship with the famous drummer granted her an All Access Pass to a world beyond the velvet rope. These photographs, taken over a decade starting in 1970, are a personal journey through Andrews' life at the peak of pop culture history. It's also an intimate view of the stars with whom she shared those amazing years. Seen through the lens of Nancy Lee Andrews, this fascinating visual portrayal captures some of the greatest rock and other icons of our lifetime.


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It has been said that rock 'n' roll was a boys-only club in the 1960s and 1970s. Among the few women who gained entry was a high-spirited, half-Sicilian and half-Cherokee beauty named Nancy Lee Andrews. As a top Ford model, Andrews was the perfect complement to one of the world's biggest rock stars, former Beatle Ringo Starr. Her romantic relationship with the famous drumm It has been said that rock 'n' roll was a boys-only club in the 1960s and 1970s. Among the few women who gained entry was a high-spirited, half-Sicilian and half-Cherokee beauty named Nancy Lee Andrews. As a top Ford model, Andrews was the perfect complement to one of the world's biggest rock stars, former Beatle Ringo Starr. Her romantic relationship with the famous drummer granted her an All Access Pass to a world beyond the velvet rope. These photographs, taken over a decade starting in 1970, are a personal journey through Andrews' life at the peak of pop culture history. It's also an intimate view of the stars with whom she shared those amazing years. Seen through the lens of Nancy Lee Andrews, this fascinating visual portrayal captures some of the greatest rock and other icons of our lifetime.

19 review for A Dose of Rock 'n' Roll

  1. 4 out of 5

    Frederick

    As this book states toward the end, a reader will take away from it a certain knowledge of the seventies. This is the nineteen-seventies as lived by people in their thirties. Put on some Harry Nilsson, plop down in a bean-bag chair and explore this book. Serious students of the Beatles will find a lot of questions answered about how the solo Beatles spent their free time. For example, there's a picture of George Harrison and Ringo Starr with Jackie Stewart, the auto-racing commentator. Stewart lo As this book states toward the end, a reader will take away from it a certain knowledge of the seventies. This is the nineteen-seventies as lived by people in their thirties. Put on some Harry Nilsson, plop down in a bean-bag chair and explore this book. Serious students of the Beatles will find a lot of questions answered about how the solo Beatles spent their free time. For example, there's a picture of George Harrison and Ringo Starr with Jackie Stewart, the auto-racing commentator. Stewart looks happy, Ringo has the look of someone prepared to meet other famous people and to be photographed meeting them, while George looks solemn. While Stewart was famous among racing fans and the general television-watching public as an insightful expert on auto-racing, George and Ringo, two figures from Rock 'n' Roll's Mount Rushmore, were famous to the point of having no privacy whatsoever. There are lots of pictures in various archives of the Beatles with other musicians. But to see the Beatles being fans is interesting. George was a huge auto racing enthusiast. He'd have wanted to meet Jackie Stewart even if he himself had never been famous. I assume Ringo was on hand not because of any particular auto-racing interest on his part, but because George was his friend and George loved watching auto-racing. There was never a picture of the Beatles with Elvis. But a picture of George and Ringo with someone they admired but whose talents were in a different field is, perhaps, more revealing than a portrait with Elvis would have been.

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