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  1. bamber

    UK G @ 20

    1 Xtra are celebrating this over the weekend, do listen... I for one was massively into this multiracial, inclusive scene in '98 and '99 and on into the the millennium. It all went a bit pear shaped at the end, but was so, so good in its prime, so many tunes.. Luck and Neat at this year's festival was definitely a highlight again, though it was by no measure all UK G, there were some classic nostalgic moments. We must always remember how good things can be musically in this country, and keep these movements alive. I went home after Glastonbury in the late nighties and went on a few weeks later to Ayia Napa in its heyday. Those were the good times. Twice as nice in London was a 400 mile round trip for us for a night out, but it was done, and seemed like a perfectly reasonable proposition at the time. All this was before camera phones and Facebook, etc. so all we have is the memory in our minds. But those memories are so vivid and so sweet. This is well worth a watch, from 2013, a documentary that tells the whole story:
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