Fabrizio del Wrongo writes:
Honey-tressed rock plaything Bebe Buell is, for me, one of the loveliest women to pose for “Playboy” during the ’70s. Do you find that the ’70s were the bunny mag’s best decade? That’s how I feel. It was after the still-somewhat-stodgy period of the ’60s, but before the big-hair/fake-titty era era of the ’80s and ’90s. The girls were natural, the style was unfussy and earthy, and the photographers seemed intent on capturing a soulfulness that would seem almost quaint just a few years later. I think the ’70s were a great time for erotic pictures in general. But maybe I’m just a sucker for the textures and prerogatives of that decade. I like a lot of things about the ’70s — the movies, the music, the social attitudes, etc.
Bebe seems to have dated every popular musician of note between 1975 and 1983, starting with Paul Cowsill when she was just 16 years old. Predictably, her daughter, actress Liv Tyler, was once married to Royston Langdon of the British band Spacehog.
Nudity below. Have a good weekend.