Aye – enjoying Paul Weller.Posted 5 years ago
Quite enjoying Jamie t now.Posted 5 years ago
What side’s jamie t on?Posted 5 years ago
WellerPosted 5 years ago
In all my days I’ve never seen so many folk at the pyramid stage -nice one mr Ritchie.Posted 5 years ago
Slaves are worth a look on catchup ….IMO obvs.
Lionel smashed it.
I think the whole of Glasto went to see him. The last time I saw a crowd like that was Rolfie back in 2002 (I was there – the less said about that the better I guess 🙁 )Posted 5 years ago
Rolf was 1992 wasn’t it? (I haven’t bern since the early 90’s, and remember seeing him)Posted 5 years ago
Am i the only person that didnt like Lionel Richie? He came across as friendly enough and seemed eager to put on a good show but i had to switch over after a few songs as the 80s cheesy pop shite gives me a headache.Posted 5 years ago
Rolf did both 92 and 02 as I remember!Posted 5 years ago
Jamie T is the only one I haven’t flicked out of – seemed to be getting proper into it and actually giving the crowd what they want.Posted 5 years ago
the waterboys were the pick of what i’ve seen, everyone should check out their set – great stuff.Posted 5 years ago
Not really a fan of Jamie T, but quite enjoyed that.Posted 5 years ago
And now for the chemical brothers!
Listening to the Chemical Brothers* on 6 Music now who are rocking and Django Django sounded awesome earlier – so wish I was there.
* Probably dad dance by now if there is such a genrePosted 5 years ago
No Courtney Barnett video’s on iplayer, b’stards!Posted 5 years ago
Ryan Adams kicking the arse out of it tonight.Posted 5 years ago
The Chemical Brothers have been brilliant. not as good as Jamie xx on the first night, but still good…Posted 5 years ago
Daltry singing “My Generation” without a hint of irony….Posted 5 years ago
actually, the chemicals are getting better and better. the crowd are going wildPosted 5 years ago
Chemicals always do a good show (flashbacks 😈 )Posted 5 years ago
This is how you do it Kenny west, chemical brothers are rocking it!Posted 5 years ago
CB a tricky one at home for us. No cameras on stage and those graphic overlays getting in the way a bit but great sound and energy.Posted 5 years ago
I think this may be the performance of the weekend. **** incredible.Posted 5 years ago
Frickin massive retro robots with frickin laser eyes …awesome 😀
Chemical Brothers are ace 8)Posted 5 years ago
much better!Posted 5 years ago
Pete Townsend just put Kenny West back in his box …… brilliant!Posted 5 years ago
pretty disappointed with bbc coverage this time. I’m sure there used to be more. Hardly anything stood out as something to have on in the background.
Chemical Brothers was a good finish, though.Posted 5 years ago
Franz Ferdinand and Sparks 😀Posted 5 years ago
Bloody hell, the Who were good. Townsend is just brilliant. I just watched a whole Glasto set!Posted 5 years ago
They are the only band that worked on the tellly for me.
The Who were cringeworthy. Some artists manage to age and grow and remain relevant long after their creative peak, others just continue flogging the same old same old and become a decrepit pastiche of themselves from 30 or 40 years ago.
Thought the Chemical Brothers looked good, probably the pick of the acts ive watched today. Franz Ferdinand and Sparks works surprisingly well too.Posted 5 years ago
Chemical Brothers looked good….they are always amazing live. Apart from that Wolf Alice and Caribou stood out for me. Sleaford Mods and Kate Tempest looked interesting/scary. I missed Hot Chip and Run the Jewels so will have to check them out on iPlayer.Posted 5 years ago
The who were abysmal. Cringeworthy nostalgia festPosted 5 years ago
The Who were cringeworthy. Some artists manage to age and grow and remain relevant long after their creative peak
No, they don’t. I hate old bands, and expected to say something similar after The Who. It came on and I thought “This will be bad” – 2 of the Who and a bunch of session musos… but I was mesmerised by it. Townsend’s playing is so powerful. Daltry has always been embarrassing, so I ignore him. It was great. 🙂Posted 5 years ago
Enjoyed the coverage again this year,line-up will always be a curate’s egg for some music lovers. You can’t please all the people all the time it seems. Didn’t Curate’s Egg play the Acoustic stage this year…….?. 🙂Posted 5 years ago
Just got back home. In the bath. Chemical Brothers still pounding in my head. Awesome.Posted 5 years ago
In the bath.
Bet that feels nice. 😀Posted 5 years ago
Do the Chemical Brothers actually have to be on the stage – it looked and sounded like one big pre – recorded sound and light show.
Impressive stuff but not really “live” to me.
The crowd enjoyed it so I suppose that’s what matters.Posted 5 years ago
it was in no way pre-recorded.
just because they don’t have guitars doesn’t mean they’re not making live music.Posted 5 years ago
Amazing, though the dump I had in Michael Wood services N/B felt better 😀Posted 5 years ago
Do the Chemical Brothers actually have to be on the stage
Ooh, it were all floppy hair and guitars in my dayPosted 5 years ago
Ooh, it were all floppy hair and guitars in my day
Tangerine Dream were the loudest stage act “back in the day” no guitars so no feedback to worry about, just synths and massive stacks of amps behind a curtain…Posted 5 years ago
…nothing new under the sun…
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