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  1. An Post have just released a series of stamps, celebrating Irish singer songwriters who have performed at Glastonbury, featuring Christy Moore, Lisa Hannigan, Sinéad O'Connor and Hozier. Part of the proceeds are going to the Irish Music Industry COVID19 Emergency Relief Fund. The link below has a Vimeo link for a very nice launch gig that took place at the GPO (General Post Office) in Dublin. Free to watch. https://www.anpost.com/Shop/Special-issue-stamps/Irish-Singer-Songwriters-at-Glastonbury-Festival?fbclid=IwAR06jx1jfT2yJJOqoejQHgh9XIPLmxmD1muCj0gwaXVIEmheBBfCM9AHC0w
  2. Måneskin covering Kanye West.
  3. Nice to see you all and have a bit of a Glastonbury connection on this day!
  4. Good to see there is plenty of radio stuff, for those of us abroad who can't get the TV iPlayer.
  5. Sound of the milk truck coming through the campsite in the morning.
  6. 'You're Going To Make Me Lonesome When You Go'. I think all of 'Blood On The Tracks' is epic.
  7. Love the idea, but I already have something else on. That line up is not interesting enough to try and change plans...
  8. The Bluetones 40 Underworld 140
 Nine Inch Nails 95 
 Garbage 98 Orbital 80 (+5) Super Furry Animals 74
 The Doves 150
 Chemical Brothers 145 
 Björk 142 (+5) lggy & The Stooges 162 Massive Attack 70
 Groove Armada 110
 Bloc Party 160
 The Prodigy 125 
 The Flaming Lips 95 Queens of the Stone Age 140
 Portishead 200
 New Order 117 LSD Soundsystem 330 Tame Impala 82 Christine and the Queens 200
  9. ... with top 4 reinstated: The Bluetones 70 Underworld 90 Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros 30 Mogwai 70 Nine Inch Nails 100 Basement Jaxx 45 Garbage 55 Orbital 60 (+5) Primal Scream 30 Super Furry Animals 71 Doves 91 Chemical Brothers 115 Bjork 114 Iggy & The Three Stooges 96 Panic! At the Disco 95 Massive Attack 70 Groove Armada 68 Bloc Party 109 Franz Ferdinand 68 The Prodigy 64 The Flaming Lips 71 Pet Shop Boys 43 Queens of the Stone Age 138 (+5) Portishead 133 The xx 60 Rudimental 71 New Order 125 LCD Soundsystem 244 Tame Impala 63 Christine and the Queen 37
  10. Reef 55 Kula Shaker 51 The Bluetones 50 Embrace 52 Underworld 60 Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros 65 Paul Oakenfold 41 Mogwai 30 Nine Inch Nails 75 Left-field 50 Basement Jaxx 51 Garbage 47 Orbital 51 Air 35 Primal Scream 50 Super Furry Animals 55 Doves 55 The Chemical Brothers 66 Fatboy Slim 40 Razorlight 40 Bjork 66 Iggy & The Stooges 65 Panic! At the Disco 60 Massive Attack 50 Groove Armada 56 Bloc Party 59 Franz Ferdinand 47 The Prodigy 61 The Flaming Lips 53 Pet Shop Boys 80 Queens of the Stone Age 76 (+5) Portishead 80 Chase & Status 40 The xx 50 Skrillex 50 Rudimental 57 Disclosure 41 New Order 66 (-5) LCD Soundsystem 100 Major Lazer 50 Boy Better Know 50 Tame Impala 80 Christine and the Queens 70
  11. Different kind of memory fuckage. For years I was convinced that I had seen the reformed Velvet Underground on the Pyramid Stage and that they weren't very good. Until a while back I went through old programmes and line-ups and realized the VU played in 1993 - a year I didn't go! My first Glastonbury was in 1994. Don't think there is much footage of it either. And yet I seem to have quite a vivid image. My only explanation is that an ex-boyfriend who went that year must have given me a very detailed description of it, and over time my memory decided that I had seen them.....
  12. I'll add my favourite Jim Steinman track. I have this album on vinyl. The whole album is great. E Streeters Roy Bittan and Max Weinberg on piano and drums! Bonnie Tyler posted a lovely tribute to Steinman on Twitter.
  13. The Cure - 192 (+10) Stevie Wonder - 109 R.E.M - 118 David Bowie - 247
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