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Alabama 3’s funked narco-cowboy shtick is a case in point, as with this rollicking gig, which included an appearance by Paddy Hill of the Birmingham Six. Basement Jaxx, 2005 In the year that opened with two inches of rain falling in an hour, Basement Jaxx braved Bobby Gillespie’s onstage insults, as well as replacing Kylie, to deliver a fabulous dance blowout, including a carnival version of Motorhead’s Ace of Spades. Tom Jones, 1992 Tom Jones’ first appearance instituted the Glastonbury tradition of a Sunday slot for glitzier old school entertainers, and proved in the process that Vegas had taught him to work any crowd with impeccable, likeable charm. Stevie Wonder, 2010 On the festival’s 40th anniversary Michael Eavis joined the Motown superstar onstage to sing Happy Birthday, a slightly surreal moment among a plethora of golden funk-pop mega-hits delivered to a gigantic and adoring audience. Black Uhuru, 1982 Reggae ruled Friday of 1982’s festival.

Aswad played in the afternoon but it was the pulsing bass of Black Uhuru, reaching a crest of success after their Sinsemilla and Red albums, that set things smoking. Suede, 1993 The most hyped band in Britain that year, with a chart-topping album to their name, Brett Anderson’s pre-Britpop glam band played at the same time as the recently reformed Velvet Underground but by far, much more fun. Oasis, 1994 The NME Stage for Sunday was a taste of things to come.The Bandstand stage is tiny, on a concourse in the market area, but given that these West Country hitmakers of the Seventies are patron saints of cider-drinking, with many a song on the subject, their jovial hoedown pulled a crowd from miles around. Ozric Tentacles, 1992 The Ozrics are a Somerset space-rock gaggle, fixtures of the free festival circuit in the late Eighties and early Nineties.They played the NME stage that year but their acid-fried jamming was perfectly suited to the more illicit Green Lights Oasis stage. Youssou N’Dour, 1992 Youssou N’Dour’s eclectic brand of the Senegalese musical style mbalax was a surprise hit, as ravers, hippies and indie kids congregated in the Jazz World field to enjoy a splash of solar-powered African optimism. Chic, 2013 Nile Rodgers’ funk showcase was an obvious choice for a frothier, sexier alternative to Arctic Monkeys on the Pyramid.It included Blur, Pulp, Radiohead and, second on the bill (after Echobelly), a pre-Definitely Maybe Oasis whose rock star cockiness and contagious songs ruled all. Flaming Lips, 2000 After nearly 20 years together, the Oklahoma psychedelic rockers were finally on the cusp of success.This gig, in the New Tent overlooking the site, filled by hundreds of balloons and projections of dancing Teletubbies, was a key moment. Super Furry Animals, 2003 While Radiohead attempted to repeat 1997’s glories on the Pyramid, these Welsh indie mavericks slew their audience, ending with a hammering, extended techno encore of The Man Don’t Give A F**k while dressed as yetis. Arctic Monkeys, 2007 The youngest act ever to headline the Pyramid stage (Ash were the youngest ever to play it in 1997), Sheffield’s indie sensation spectacularly won the crowd over, and featured an unexpected (and inaudible) cameo from Dizzee Rascal.Read Matt Born's 2004 report from the ENO's performance at Glastonbury. The Who, 2007 It sounds odd now, but following the Kaiser Chiefs, who pulled an immense crowd, looked tricky for these rock veterans.