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Blistering Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds set from Glastonbury on the iplayer. Magnificent stuff. First of the 4 days coverage of past festivals. 

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I'm reliving this from a rainy Glasto Thursday night. Probably my favourite Glastonbury moment, 2013 was just brilliant for me.

 

 

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45 minutes ago, muleskinner said:

Blistering Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds set from Glastonbury on the iplayer. Magnificent stuff. First of the 4 days coverage of past festivals. 

Great wasn’t it. Today’s lineup is fabulous, the next 4 a bit meh 

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14 minutes ago, Jarg Armani said:

I'm reliving this from a rainy Glasto Thursday night. Probably my favourite Glastonbury moment, 2013 was just brilliant for me.

 

 

Greg is ace.

1 minute ago, Gethin said:

Great wasn’t it. Today’s lineup is fabulous, the next 4 a bit meh 

They were in amazing form around that time. Still are.

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3 minutes ago, muleskinner said:

Greg is ace.

They were in amazing form around that time. Still are.

Gonna have to bite the bullet and shell out the £70 for the rescheduled Cardiff date next year I think 

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Listening to this again has got me pondering... I'm sure there are other (non-Woody) examples of people setting unpublished lyrics to music after the author has died, but i can't think who right now. Any suggestions?

 

 

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On ‎25‎/‎06‎/‎2020 at 16:21, Will said:

Listening to this again has got me pondering... I'm sure there are other (non-Woody) examples of people setting unpublished lyrics to music after the author has died, but i can't think who right now. Any suggestions?

 

The Unthanks versions of Molly Drake and Christina Rosetti stuff springs to mind not exactly the same as you've asked about (the Drake were unpublished songs, the Rosetti, published poems never set to music) but in the same ball park.

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