1986, Johnny Thunders toured Japan with Glen on bass, Jerry Nolan on drums, plus
Barry Jones (ex- Idols and London Cowboys). Glen had previously played with
Nolan and Jones on The London Cowboys' "Street Full Of Soul" single (which he
wrote and produced) and their "Tall In The Saddle" album. Jerry and Glen also
played with Johnny on Jimmy K's "Trouble Traveller", the album Johnny produced
for the Japanese rock star.
February '87, Johnny Thunders recorded "Que Sera Sera" for release as a single,
(JUNG 33). The track was recorded at Remaximum Studios in Clapham, London, and
featured Glen on bass and Dave Mackintosh on drums (who played with Glen in Concrete
Bulletproof Invisible). Two years previously in 1985, Thunders had released an
album "Que Sera Sera", which did not include a version of the song itself. A later
re-issue of the album (JUNGLE - FREUD CD009) added the '87 single. The single
was however backed by "Short Lives", a track from the album.
would later contribute to the 1995 Thunders' tribute album "I Only Wrote This
Song For You", featuring on The Screwballs track "Help The Homeless"(CASTLE -
thanks to Mark Bannister)