This years Glastonbury spectacle was rather a "damp squid" even though there wasn't any of the usual mudslides and heavenly outbursts although "Faithless" did manage to get the geriatric crowd rocking in their wheelchairs!
Apart from them ancient Kink, Ray Davies and his Sunday School choir, WEEEEEELL! and closing the event was that even more ancient blind artist, Stevie Wonder (and brother does Glastonbury need one of them) with his Tamla hits and nostalgic presence, nothing more.
It was obvious that after U2 cancelled their gig that this ancient, demented, geriatric show of has-beens would (or should) have been swept away in an annual mudslide, unfortunately even that highlight didn't occur!
Oh for the days of Led Zeppelin, the Stones, Hendrix and other monumental bands gracing the stages of Glastonbury, where are such bands now? (certainly not there!)
Next year the organisers are planning a "coup d etat" with a real superstar, Cliff Richard and his Shadows (what Shirley Bassey can do Cliff can do better) unfortunately space will be rather limited because the majority of his fans visit Lourdes and need wheelchair access!
Never mind. Sir Cliff has direct contacts with the heavens above and he's praying for a cloudburst or two so the Glastonbury blind can at least enjoy their annual mudslides, AMEN!