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Monday, May 02, 2005

OK Computer Week: Glastonbury 1997 and Other Radiohead Gubbins.

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Like everything Radiohead did in 1997 their performance at Glastonbury is a regular poll topper. Even Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis called it "the most inspiring festival gig in 30 years". Apparently, the gig was an absolute nightmare for the band – they couldn’t hear themselves play. It doesn’t show.

Download the show from not for profit (recently back online) here or get the video here (the last two links may require a bit of luck).

Here’s a pile of - mostly OKC related - Radiohead stuff culled from t’internet:

Multimedia stuff including unreleased songs, No Surprises with entirely different lyrics, OKC screensaver, icons - Green Plastic Radiohead.

not for profit has plenty of live stuff and rarities including this annoyingly designed page,.

A gig from 1996 including early versions of many OKC songs.

Acoustic performance for KROQ including Lucky and No Surprises.

OKC artwork

Radiohead cover Wonderwall apparently without ever having heard the song before.


At 12:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

listening to this gig live on the radio got me into radiohead.... i lost my tape years ago - thanks for the post!


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