All The Young Dudes: The Return of Glam Rock
Barney Hoskyns, Vogue, September 1998
YOU COULD argue that glam glamour, from an old Scottish word meaning "a haze in the air" was always intrinsic to pop music. Elvis was glam, Little Richard was glam. The Rolling Stones of mid-sixties Swinging London were indisputably glam. Glitz and makeup were central to the appeal of pops epicene wonderboys.
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