I don't necessarily think Journey are Glam, but they have their moments and apparently my mom was listening to them yesterday.
I know this because she sent me an email, talking about how much I liked Journey when I was four. You see, I've always liked music, probably because she always played rock records. Somewhere in my parents home is a faded picture of me wearing a pink shirt, one hand on hip, standing in front of the stereo.
It's true. I was born Glam.
My mom bought lots of 45s. Those are the smaller records for people even younger than me. Anyway, 45s were most commonly singles. I always wanted to hear the "hit" song and over and over, so my mom marked the A side with an "X."
She doesn't keep junk or clutter, but still has all those records. In fact, "Separate Ways" is one of those singles. I guess my mom put it on the turntable today, saw the X and got a little nostalgic.
Now I'm nostalgic. Let's all listen to separate ways.
Now, you tell me one of your childhood music stories. I know every single one of you has a special music memory.