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Anyone watching ?

Currently got Khruangbin on, from the Park Stage 👍
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Jesus and the Mary Chain atm.

I enjoyed Crowded House earlier and Alison Krauss with Percy.
'We can wait for the next game with serenity' Marcelo Bielsa

'Would he kill his granny to win a match?' Bobby Collins

"Anyone need a hug? Jesse Marsch
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I'll be watching Elbow on Sunday tea-time from St Ives. :-D
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It's traditional by now.

Primal Scream in a Friday night at Glasto.
'We can wait for the next game with serenity' Marcelo Bielsa

'Would he kill his granny to win a match?' Bobby Collins

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Always loved this song by Skunk Anansie :love:

What a voice Skin has :ok: :clap:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9lK_kTYD3E
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White Riot wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 6:57 pm Always loved this song by Skunk Anansie :love:

What a voice Skin has :ok: :clap:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9lK_kTYD3E
I agree about the voice.......

Weep is my favourite by her
DILLIGAF??

I'm just WTF-ing my way through life......
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hector wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 7:12 pm I agree about the voice.......

Weep is my favourite by her
I'll have to delve into them again Hector. I'll now be playing this song on a loop in my head and on Youtube for the next few weeks.

I really loved The Cure's In Orange concert, which I bought on VHS at the time, showing my age again :)

Been watching that non-stop on Youtube this past week or so 8-)
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Not seen any Leeds flags so far.

The usual few Wolves ones (the one with the old 3 wolves badge has be an ever present for as many years as I can remember), a Leicester one and yesterday noticed a Luton and a Brighton one.

Noel, not exactly ripping it up..🤔 I reckon Liam is the better (post Oasis) solo gig
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Always found Glastonbury to be the biggest, hyped up pile of shite going..
Full of pretentious twats who haven't a clue which band , artist their watching... but hey it's "Glasto"
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Muppet the Cat wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 8:58 pm Not seen any Leeds flags so far.

The usual few Wolves ones (the one with the old 3 wolves badge has be an ever present for as many years as I can remember), a Leicester one and yesterday noticed a Luton and a Brighton one.

Noel, not exactly ripping it up..🤔 I reckon Liam is the better (post Oasis) solo gig
Saw one on the Pyramid earlier, I think during Haim.
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Paul McCartney absolute shite :lol:
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Haighy wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 11:08 pm Always found Glastonbury to be the biggest, hyped up pile of shite going..
Full of pretentious twats who haven't a clue which band , artist their watching... but hey it's "Glasto"
Agree. I always preferred Reading/Leeds before that turned to s**t.
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It has to be one of the worst Glastonbury headliners for years. I know it's about the alternative stuff that goes on elsewhere, but 280 for some of the shite headlining is staggering. My mate did say the Primal Scream set was brilliant along with the Idles. I remember going in 92 and loved it - The Breeders, James, Lou Reed, Ozric Tentacles, Flowered up, The Fall and Spiritualised. That was worth paying for.
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SG90 wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 11:47 pm Agree. I always preferred Reading/Leeds before that turned to s**t.
I went down to Reading in 89 and 90 and saw a few decent bands: Buzzcocks, New Order, Voice of the Beehive, Billy Bragg, etc.

But tbh I spent more time in the boozers in Reading than I did watching the groups.

New Order were really good, but I was fookin annihilated and could hardly stand up :?
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I'm no fan of DR but its quite frankly embarrassing watching her set.
The cameras were virtually up Noel Gallaghers nose last night but have obviously been told not to get closer to DR than a full body shot.
They do fawn over all these old timers (Macca) too far in my book.
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Good to see Jack White doing his cover of the Marcelo Bielsa chant
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Thank god I haven't purchased expensive tickets to see Elbow in Scarborough.

Two songs from their worst album 'Little Fictions' with two others from their most popular album 'The Seldom Seen Kid', maybe I only saw the highlights, but there was nothing from four or five of their better albums.

How can a band not promote their new album at such a big event?

Talk about playing to the crowd!!!!!!!
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Herbie Hancock was very good earlier 👍
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SG90 wrote: Sun Jun 26, 2022 7:43 pm Herbie Hancock was very good earlier 👍
Missed that one, I'd have enjoyed Herbie I suspect.
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1964white wrote: Sun Jun 26, 2022 7:41 pm Thank god I haven't purchased expensive tickets to see Elbow in Scarborough.

Two songs from their worst album 'Little Fictions' with two from their most popular album 'The Seldom Seen Kid', maybe I only saw the highlights, but there was nothing from four or five of their better albums.

How can a band not promote their new album at such a big event?

Talk about playing to the crowd!!!!!!!
Here you go '64, setlist from today's performance at Glastonbury (great website this btw, use it all the time):

https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/elbow/20 ... 59006.html

I imagine this is subject to edits as it's freshly published.
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