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  1. 1. Neil Young 2. Woodpigeon 3. Joni Mitchell 4. Metric 5. Feist
  2. A Day in the Life cover closing out Neil Young’s set in 2009 is right up there in terms of favourite moments.
  3. I forgot (Sandy) Alex G - House of Sugar. Clearly in my top 5 (and would probably replace Aldous Harding at No 4 at this point).
  4. Top 10: Bon Iver – i,i Big Thief – Two Hands Richard Dawson – 2020 Aldous Harding –Designer Sunn O))) – Life Metal Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising FKA Twigs - Magdalene Slowthai – Nothing Great About Britain Neil Young and Crazy Horse – Colorado Floating Points – Crush Honourable mentions: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Ghosteen; Clairo – Immunity; The Mountain Goats – In League with Dragons; Thom Yorke - Anima
  5. Still have happy memories discovering Vandals as a support band in 2000, not seen a crowd so into a support band before.
  6. I like checking out other peoples lists and catching the odd thing I missed. However, anyone with that boring turgid Tool album in their list I ignore the list entirely. Still thinking what my favourites are this year, usually the time of year I do my most checking out new music other than festival season.
  7. Had 2 portable chargers on me, no problem. Cameras - they asked if mine had a removable lens, it does but I said no and they let it in, but it was only a smallish 50mm lens. Heineken was £6 a pint. Think Fosters was too. Neil was great as always, Bob I lasted 3 songs but I wasn’t really there for him.
  8. Suits me, can give Dylan an obligatory 10-15 mins or so, realise it is not worth it, and then be back at home by 10pm for a couple of pints at my local before closing.
  9. I have membership if that’s useful.
  10. Other than most of the food stalls running out of food by 7ish, it was well-organised I thought. Sound at the main stage was a little quiet for my liking. Agree with others, Ghost Poet was a poor dub choice, but loved all the comedy and the lips were as fun as ever. Lovely day in the sunshine all in all!
  11. Not a bad view over London for this one
  12. More standing tickets for London on Tuesday on sale at AXS now.
  13. So many tickets are now available for The Cure for less than face value on Twickets, especially following the football yesterday. I guess the promoters don’t care as its ‘sold out’, that or there is just no room to safely show it with a full lineup of bands all day. Glad I didn’t put down to volunteer in the end.
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