Playing tracks by
Delilah, Ten Walls, DJ Marky & S.P.Y, Frankee, Robin S and more.
This show was 2nd in the global drum & bass chart.
This year, the Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts turned 45. The festival might be scarcely recognizable from its 1970 incarnation, when it cost just £1 to get in and the cover included free milk from the Eavis family’s Worthy Farm, where the event is still housed today. Yet within the commerciality that comes from accommodating 170,000 people over five days, Glastonbury maintains its independent spirit, manifested in green initiatives, charity and cause support, and those areas of the site that are forever full of hippies.
♫♫♫ HQ 160 kbit LINE-IN MP3, recorded live at the Introducing Stage in Pilton, UK with a "Tascam DR-40" [mixture of microphone and line-in] ♫♫♫