Glastonbury Setlists: Dolly Parton, Bryan Ferry, Pixies, Yoko
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Glastonbury Setlists: Dolly Parton, Bryan Ferry, Pixies, Yoko

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on June 30, 2014

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The 2014 Glastonbury Festival has pretty much come to a close in the U.K. and we have five more veteran artist’s set lists from over the last three days.

Dolly Parton
Baby I’m Burnin’ (from Heartbreaker, 1978) / Girl on Fire (Alicia Keys cover)
Why’d You Come in Here Lookin’ Like That (from White Limozeen, 1989)
Jolene (from Jolene, 1974)
Blue Smoke (from Blue Smoke, 2014)
Coat of Many Colors (from Coat of Many Colors, 1971)
Rocky Top (from Live and Well, 2004)
Mud Song (Unreleased, written for Glastonbury Festival)
Banks of the Ohio (from Blue Smoke, 2014)
Old Flames Can’t Hold a Candle to You (from Dolly, Dolly, Dolly, 1980) / But You Know I Love You (from 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs, 1980) / Real Love (from Real Love, 1985) / Think About Love (from Real Love, 1985)
Here You Come Again (from Here You Come Again, 1977)
Two Doors Down (from Here You Come Again, 1977)
Islands in the Stream (from Kenny Rogers’ Eyes That See in the Dark, 1983)
9 to 5 (from 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs, 1980)
Lay Your Hands on Me (from Blue Smoke, 2014) (performed with Richie Sambora)
I Will Always Love You (from Jolene, 1974)

Bryan Ferry
Re-Make/Re-Model (from Roxy Music’s Roxy Music, 1972)
Kiss and Tell (from Bete Noire, 1987)
Slave To Love (from Boys and Girls, 1985)
Ladytron (from Roxy Music’s Roxy Music, 1972)
Same Old Blues (from The Bride Stripped Bare, 1978)
Oh Yeah (from Flesh and Blood, 1980)
Reason or Rhyme (from Olympia, 2010)
Stronger Through the Years (from Roxy Music’s Stronger Through the Years, 1979)
Can’t Let Go (from The Bride Stripped Bare, 1978)
Take a Chance with Me (from Roxy Music’s Avalon, 1982)
If There Is Something (from Roxy Music’s Roxy Music, 1972)
More Than This (from Roxy Music’s Avalon, 1982)
Avalon (from Roxy Music’s Avalon, 1982)
Carrickfergus (from The Bride Stripped Bare, 1978)
In Every Dream Home a Heartache (from Roxy Music’s For Your Pleasure, 1973)
Casanova (from Roxy Music’s Country Life, 1974)
Love Is the Drug (from Roxy Music’s Siren, 1975)
Virginia Plain (from later editions of Roxy Music’s Roxy Music, 1972)
Both Ends Burning (from Roxy Music’s Siren, 1975)
Let’s Stick Together (from Let’s Stick Together, 1976)
Editions of You (from Roxy Music’s For Your Pleasure, 1973)
Jealous Guy (Roxy Music single, 1981)

Pixies
Bone Machine (from Surfer Rosa, 1988)
Wave of Mutilation (from Doolittle, 1989)
U-Mass (from Trompe le Monde, 1991)
Hey (from Doolittle, 1989)
Gouge Away (from Doolittle, 1989)
Bagboy (from EP3, 2014)
Crackity Jones (from Doolittle, 1989)
Caribou (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
Magdalena 318 (from EP2, 2014)
Ed Is Dead (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
Nimrod’s Son (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
Here Comes Your Man (from Doolittle, 1989)
La La Love You (from Doolittle, 1989)
Greens and Blues (from EP2, 2014)
Isla de Encanta (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
Debaser (from Doolittle, 1989)
Vamos (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
Where Is My Mind? (from Surfer Rosa, 1988)

Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band
Waiting for the D Train (from Between My Head and the Sky, 2009)
Rising (from Rising, 1995)
Moving Mountains (single, 1971)
O’wind (Body is the Scar of Your Mind) (from Fly, 1971)
Don’t Worry Kyoko (Mummy’s Only Looking for Her Hand in the Snow) (b-side of single Cold Turkey, 1969)
Mind Train (from Fly, 1971)
We’re All Water (from John Lennon & Yoko Ono’s Sometime in New York City, 1972)
Why (from Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, 1970)
Unun. To (from Between My Head and the Sky, 2009)
Affirmination

Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott
Rotterdam (Or Anywhere) (from the Beautiful South’s Blue is the Colour, 1996)
Prettiest Eyes (from the Beautiful South’s Miaow, 1994)
Moulding Of A Fool (from What Have We Become?, 2014)
Don’t Marry Her (from the Beautiful South’s Blue is the Colour, 1996)
D.I.Y. (from What Have We Become?, 2014)

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