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50 years of Glastonbury event with Emily & Guests

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2 minutes ago, incident said:

AAA was started in 1983 and ran a series of rallies/concerts in the mid 80s. But regardless of that level of specifics, the basic point is that awareness grew throughout the decade, and so the acts that played in 82-83 flew under the radar a bit more. An easy example is that The Specials released Free Nelson Mandela in early 84, after Elton etc had played but before Queen did.

Oh come on, they would all been aware of the cultural boycott.

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3 minutes ago, henry bear said:

Oh come on, they would all been aware of the cultural boycott.

When I say awareness, I mean public awareness (and by virtue of that, public pressure), not awareness amongst the artists.

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On 11/2/2019 at 2:23 PM, crazyfool1 said:

A couple of interesting things I noticed .

1. Fleetwood Mac , rumours was playing while we were in the que to get our book signed ! ( just saying 😉 )

2 . Two bottles of water on the table ( single use plastic) , I would say , someone from the shop , who’s not on board with the glasto ethos 

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