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  1. Glastonbury 2020

    I don't think there's any chance Zeppelin will play Glastonbury. They nailed it at the O2 and made up for previous lacklustre reunion performances. I don't think they'd risk their reputation going out live on BBC.
  2. Glastonbury A-Z acts seen

    So Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds would be filed under H? That's assuming anyone would want to include them in any possible list.
  3. Glastonbury A-Z acts seen

    But it's no longer ELO (or rather, Electric Light Orchestra, The). It's Jeff Lynne's ELO.
  4. Glastonbury A-Z acts seen

    Which letter should Jeff Lynne's ELO (or whatever they're called) be filed under? Lynne's ELO, Jeff?
  5. Glastonbury A-Z acts seen

    A Certain Ratio Baez, Joan Cocker, Joe Dury, Ian Echo & The Bunnymen Fun Boy Three Green, Al Housemartins, The Incantation Justice Korner, Alexis Level 42 (very briefly...) Mayfield, Curtis National, The Orton, Beth Pixies Q REM Smiths, The Triffids, The Underworld Vega, Suzanne We've Got A Fuzzbox And We're Gonna Use It XX, The Younger Younger 28s Z
  6. Undercard Yet To Play Glastonbury

    Bit of a niche interest perhaps (you don't have to like cricket to listen, it's usually all metaphors and euphemisms anyway, apart from this song) but two great albums and perfect summer pop. Good live too, very entertaining.
  7. Glastonbury Festival Wikipedia page

    Thanks! I'll finish them soon hopefully!
  8. Glastonbury Festival Wikipedia page

    @gooner1990, should you or anyone else be interested, I've started working through the years on the wiki Glastonbury Festival line-ups page and on the years when there's only a list of artists, I've put them on the appropriate stage and day (where known). I'm using a mixture of sources, mainly access to programmes, online (especially the marvellous www.ukrockfestivals.com), and my own recollections (where appropriate). I'm struggling with the pre-1981 festivals, and have yet to start on the 90's, although most are pretty comprehensive anyway. I'm quite enjoying it, although it is quite time consuming!
  9. Glen Campbell

    Agree with you on Wichita Lineman, truly beautiful
  10. Glastonbury Festival Wikipedia page

    The stage was twisted clockwise about 90 degrees. It used to face straight up to the farmhouse; if you were facing the stage, Glastonbury Tor would be visible to your right whereas now it's behind the stage.
  11. Glen Campbell

    double post
  12. Glen Campbell

    I did see him on that tour (2011). It was rather poignant knowing what he had, but he was still a great performer. Did he ever do Glastonbury? Can't think that he did; would have made a great Sunday legend slot (or any other day), he had so many classics in his set. RIP
  13. Glen Campbell

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  14. Glastonbury Festival Wikipedia page

    Thanks, if you do find the page please let me know. The current stage is obviously bigger, but not six times! And yes, they spun the axis about 90 degrees didn't they? Although distance shots of the stage with the Tor directly behind do look good!
  15. Stall finding help

    Quite possibly - certainly right area.
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