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Paul Weller Jam Packs The Hits At Glasto

Paul Weller Jam Packs The Hits At Glasto

Former Jam and Style Council founder Paul Weller played a career-spanning set on Glastonbury's main Pyramid stage last night (June 23).

Playing for over an hour, Weller kicked off the back catalogue guitar fest with 'Peacock Suit' from his '97 album 'Heavy Soul' and 'Into Tomorrow' from his debut solo album.

Highlight of the set was an amazing 'Wild Wood' for which the sun briefly shone over the Pyramid audience who were standing knee deep in a muddy quagmire.

The Modfather also treated fans to three classic Jam songs, 'Thick As Thieves', 'Running On The Spot,' and the set closer of 'Town Called Malice.'

Weller's set list was:

'Peacock Suit'
'Into Tomorrow'
'Science'
'From The Floorboards Up'
'Paint The Smile'
'Thick As Thieves' - J
'Above The Clouds'
'I Wanna Make It Alright'
'Come On/Let's Go'
'Wild Wood'
'Running On The Spot'
'Porcelain Gods' / 'Walk On Gilded Splinters'
'Changing Man'
'Town Called Malice'

More festival news on the new Uncut Festivals Blog here- we're at Glastonbury and Knowsley Hall this weekendwww.uncut.co.uk/blog/index.php?blog=10&title=


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