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    and on that same stage JEROME HILL will give you the banging but funky/wonky techno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    and on that same stage JEROME HILL will give you the banging but funky/wonky techno.
    Yes, The Blind Tiger is looking like the place

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    Id love to see Roy Ayers even if its just the one time

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    Quote Originally Posted by HMGovt View Post
    Yes, The Blind Tiger is looking like the place
    Thinking back, we caught Jerome Hill in The Cave a few years back, he was great, thanks for reminding me, definitely on the list now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    I've heard manuka honey is decent but she's crazy about astrology which i can't do with at all that shit ruins ones critical faculties sorry

    Nabihah Iqbal on nts/1xtra is a proper music head so that will be more curatorial, check her throwing shade shows for indian classical, jazz and all sorts of other things... she's got sick taste, definitely recommend.
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    HMG, Did you go? Who did you see?
    Took a rest stop that wasn't on the schedule

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    I went, didnt see HMG

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    Anything to report? Good sets? General vibe?
    Took a rest stop that wasn't on the schedule

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    it was hot

    didnt see much music at all, but i think i saw the edge of slowthai set

    would have maybe liked to see the cure reprise their epic 1990 glasto when they read out footer results and stopped so a helicopter could pull someone out of the crowd - actually probably would only have been an anticlimax this time round come to think of it
    that year i caught african headcharge from under a tractor in the rain on strawberry acid,
    it's pretty much unrecognisable now from those days

    kylie's triumphant return having gone off sick in 2005 (i think? coldplay covered one of her tracks, which i posted here ironically iirc) sounded emotional, but i didnt see it

    also, i heard one track i recognised by low off and away in the distance as i climbed the hill up to the village gate one afternoon

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    i like the bsl grime interpreters https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/entert...in-grime-music

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufi View Post
    I went, didnt see HMG
    I went big, arrived home a couple of hours ago.
    In many ways, best one I've been too in the 20 years or so I've been going.
    Confusing too, I was pretty sure Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was trying to entice me back to her winnebago at one point, but someone helped me out by reminding she's been dead a couple of years.
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    I wouldn't say it was the best thing that happened over the weekend but, when the Red Arrows flew over the site in formation, trailing a burst of red, white & blue, that was good. A military seal of approval on the proceedings, it's what Glastonbury's all about.

    Or was there a subtext? "This could easily have been napalm or cluster bombs. Watch it, hippies. We see you."

    Still working on a full report, btw
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    Quote Originally Posted by HMGovt View Post
    I went big, arrived home a couple of hours ago.
    In many ways, best one I've been too in the 20 years or so I've been going.
    Confusing too, I was pretty sure Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was trying to entice me back to her winnebago at one point, but someone helped me out by reminding she's been dead a couple of years.
    that's our cousin. bless her. true fact.

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    FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY BOOK OUT IN OCTOBER
    Our official book celebrating next year's 50th anniversary of the Festival will be released on October 31st, 2019. Glastonbury 50 sees Michael and Emily Eavis reveal the stories behind the event in their own words, alongside hundreds of incredible photos taken since the Festival's birth in 1970.

    Michael and Emily are joined by a host of big-name contributors - among them Adele, JAY-Z, Dolly Parton, Banksy, Chris Martin, Julie Christie, Noel Gallagher, Jarvis Cocker, Suzanne Vega, Lars Ulrich and Guy Garvey. Pre-order the book from Waterstones by clicking here.
    A very enticing proposition.

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