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« on: October 06, 2019, 10:02:33 PM »

Quick question if I may
Have any of the above guested at cropredy festival
I have a vague memory of one of them doing a guest slot within the last decade though I may have dreamt it !!
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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2019, 10:24:58 PM »

Sorry but it was a dream. Would have been nice though.
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« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2019, 08:46:32 AM »

If only... I think Nash is the only one to have graced a British festival in recent memory...he played Wickham this year, didn't he?
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« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2019, 09:29:24 AM »

I'd be happy* with C, S, N or Y!






* For "happy" read "delirious" !!
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« Reply #4 on: October 07, 2019, 09:59:40 AM »


If only... I think Nash is the only one to have graced a British festival in recent memory...he played Wickham this year, didn't he?
He did, and very good he was too!
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« Reply #5 on: October 07, 2019, 10:04:17 AM »


If only... I think Nash is the only one to have graced a British festival in recent memory...he played Wickham this year, didn't he?


CS&N played the Hard Rock festival (or whatever it was then called) in Hyde Park a few years back. I think it was the year that Paul McCartney headlined. I was there but I went to a couple of these so I can't remember who played which year.
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« Reply #6 on: October 07, 2019, 10:17:27 AM »



If only... I think Nash is the only one to have graced a British festival in recent memory...he played Wickham this year, didn't he?


CS&N played the Hard Rock festival (or whatever it was then called) in Hyde Park a few years back. I think it was the year that Paul McCartney headlined. I was there but I went to a couple of these so I can't remember who played which year.


They played 2010, the year after Neil (I think).  Mumbles "it's not a bloody festival, mind" under his breath as he wanders off...  Wink Smiley Grin
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« Reply #7 on: October 07, 2019, 10:53:05 AM »




If only... I think Nash is the only one to have graced a British festival in recent memory...he played Wickham this year, didn't he?


CS&N played the Hard Rock festival (or whatever it was then called) in Hyde Park a few years back. I think it was the year that Paul McCartney headlined. I was there but I went to a couple of these so I can't remember who played which year.


They played 2010, the year after Neil (I think).  Mumbles "it's not a bloody festival, mind" under his breath as he wanders off...  Wink Smiley Grin


That thought crossed my mind before I posted but then, what else do you call an event that lasts for three days and involves thousands of people standing in a field listening to music?

That Neil show was one of the best of my life, certainly the best Neil performance that I have attended, though the Hammersmith show just after Chrome Dreams 2 came out was great too.
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« Reply #8 on: October 07, 2019, 11:59:51 AM »





If only... I think Nash is the only one to have graced a British festival in recent memory...he played Wickham this year, didn't he?


CS&N played the Hard Rock festival (or whatever it was then called) in Hyde Park a few years back. I think it was the year that Paul McCartney headlined. I was there but I went to a couple of these so I can't remember who played which year.


They played 2010, the year after Neil (I think).  Mumbles "it's not a bloody festival, mind" under his breath as he wanders off...  Wink Smiley Grin


That thought crossed my mind before I posted but then, what else do you call an event that lasts for three days and involves thousands of people standing in a field listening to music?

That Neil show was one of the best of my life, certainly the best Neil performance that I have attended, though the Hammersmith show just after Chrome Dreams 2 came out was great too.
If you mean the one in 2009 it was, at the time, also the best show I had ever seen by any artist, only superseded by The Cure last year, also at Hyde Park. He was simply stunning.
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« Reply #9 on: October 07, 2019, 12:28:29 PM »



That Neil show was one of the best of my life, certainly the best Neil performance that I have attended, though the Hammersmith show just after Chrome Dreams 2 came out was great too.
If you mean the one in 2009 it was, at the time, also the best show I had ever seen by any artist, only superseded by The Cure last year, also at Hyde Park. He was simply stunning.
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I do indeed mean the 2009 show. It was a great year for live music. I had only recently seen the Mott the Hoople reunion at Hammersmith Odeon which I thought could not be beaten. Then there was an astonishing Flaming Lips show in Portsmouth. Everyone was on the top of their game that year. Sadly I don't share your love of the Cure (apart from their very early stuff), despite Robert being a provincial West Sussex boy from my own neck of the woods.
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« Reply #10 on: October 07, 2019, 12:55:10 PM »



I do indeed mean the 2009 show. It was a great year for live music. I had only recently seen the Mott the Hoople reunion at Hammersmith Odeon which I thought could not be beaten. Then there was an astonishing Flaming Lips show in Portsmouth. Everyone was on the top of their game that year. Sadly I don't share your love of the Cure (apart from their very early stuff), despite Robert being a provincial West Sussex boy from my own neck of the woods.


Flaming Lips are on my Bucket List... That was some year Al!
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« Reply #11 on: October 07, 2019, 09:56:25 PM »



If only... I think Nash is the only one to have graced a British festival in recent memory...he played Wickham this year, didn't he?


CS&N played the Hard Rock festival (or whatever it was then called) in Hyde Park a few years back. I think it was the year that Paul McCartney headlined. I was there but I went to a couple of these so I can't remember who played which year.


I went to that too. I saw Stevie Wonder the day before and had no idea who the support bands were...I didn't even think there would be any....and saw the t-shirt listing Elvis Costello, Crowded House and CSN as Macca's support and my face nearly split in half from smiling. As I normally have resting miserable git face when I'm having a good time, this was quite a feat.
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