from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. glamour
- adj. glamorous
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Loud talking; a noise; a cry; a shout; a call.
- n. The clump or otter-shell, Lutraria elliptica, a bivalve mollusk.
- n. A clamp used in the old method of castrating horses.
Calderwood 2, design in the time of mod, pop, op, fab and glam is a tribute to the combination of elements at work in this renaissance of imagination and creativity.
He has been there first in glam, soul, new age, fusion and a dozen other muscial genres.
Reality TV example: Beautiful uptown girls in glam dresses and high-gloss nail polish arrive in LA to fight for one “Mr. Right,” but then – surprise – must stuff their frills into a sky-dive suit, hop in a plane, fly to the Australian outback, jump out (!) and fight for one “Mr. Jack” without makeup and while fighting biting bugs.
Overnight, all of those big label glam bands looked ridiculous.
Some of the gowns -- sleek and figure-flattering -- would make any girl feel glam, which is why you see Roland's pieces sprinkled on the red carpet every now and then.
I absolutely LOVE the idea of glam-ing this fabric up with something irridescent/sparkly/metallic and using it for a day skirt -- wear with a tiny black cardigan buttoned up with no blouse.
For the band itself, it was a mark of separation from the rest of the genre; from this point forward, GNR could no longer be called glam, nor could they ever be connected with Krokus or Kix or Keel.
The album, as aforementioned, encompasses a lot of different styles throughout it's forty minutes, from straight up electro pop to piano led to what can only be described as the glam rock of 'Hollywood'.
That's how John Lennon once described glitter rock - also known as glam rock.
Queen is known as a glam-rock band with a harder edge, and this aspect of its musicianship is brought to life in "Time to Shine."