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Is anyone else here going? I'm so looking forward to this, not least because it's my first weekend off in about seven months (the joys of self employment!). Great music, fabulous setting, magical atmosphere, somerset cider and (hopefully) <*>

...can't wait :D

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great line-up....i wish i could go there...
During the Sept 12, waiting for Richard & Jarvis, i advise Peter Broderick....a very great and crazy musician!

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this was a blast, we had almost as good a time as those two geezers on the decks! to my way of thinking, Hawley played the trump card, Elvis' 'I Got Stung', 90 seconds as effective and durable as pop has yet produced..


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Who, of the two of you, played IP/Stooges 'I want to be your dog'? Made a truly excellent evening even better , so it did. Hope you caught some of the brilliant Efterklang, Josh T Pearson, mental comedy rock Hold Steady. Or a bunch of other great things. Hard to avoid, really. EOTR possibly the loveliest place on the planet for 3 days. Perhaps you'll play next year again. I have several 'Falkirk Wheel' pens on my desk, if that'd make the difference. Thinking I'll send to Sophie just in case.


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..and just a sun-dazed snatch of richard & jarvis backing bob lind:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGKjvSx6xck


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I had a fantastic weekend, although I was gutted at missing Richmond Fontaine due to being dependent on someone for a lift home. Highlights for me were the Low Anthem, Okkervil River, the Duke & the King and Vetiver. And Messrs Hawley & Cocker, playing an eclectic choice of music, mainly from the fifties through to the eighties.

I've already booked early bird tickets for next year :*:


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