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Sunday, 28 June 2009

Bruce Springsteen Glastonbury Set List 2009

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Springsteen's Glastonbury Festival Set List 2009

The Boss blew away the clouds with this stonkin' Glastonbury Set List:

1. Coma Girl
2. Badlands
3. Prove It All Night
4. My Lucky Day
5. Outlaw Pete
6. Out In The Street
7. Working On A Dream
8. Seeds
9. Johnny 99
10. The Ghost Of Tom Joad
11. Raise Your Hand
12. Because The Night
13. No Surrender (W/ The Gaslight Anthem)
14. Waitin' On A Sunny Day
15. The Promised Land
16. The River
17. Radio Nowhere
18. Lonesome Day
19. The Rising
20. Born To Run

Springsteen Encore:
21. Hard Times
22. Thunder Road
23. Land Of Hope And Dreams
24. American Land
25. Glory Days
26. Dancing In The Dark

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Here's some more pictures of Springsteen at Glastonbury:

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OldRaver said...

Great photos.

Pity the BBC didn't come clean and say they'd edited the show on BBC2 last night. They missed 12 of the 26 song set. BBC really do owe their viewers on this after all their hype about the show.

Anonymous said...

Well when i was watching i was fully aware it was edited. Firstly when the presenters began you could hear Bruce in the background singing. Also at about 12 a message came up on the bottom saying this is live from glastonbury. To be faire i think the BBC done pretty good to show 1 hour 30 of Bruce considering the other two Pyramid headliners they only showed about 30 minutes of each. But i was dissapointed not to see Jungleland

Anonymous said...

I think the BBC sometimes has difficulty in getting permission to broadcast 100% of the sets.. for instance they weren't allowed to show any of Rage Against the Machine's set at Reading last year (to my disappointment!)

They do a pretty good job though. As for Bruce..anyone feel like a few slower songs would have given his set a bit of depth?

Tim Joad said...

Well I think he was conscious that it was a festival crowd and not a Springsteen crowd so kept the tempo up. That said the BBC didnt cover Coma Girl (a stunning opener using Joe Strummer's tribute to the festival itself), Seeds, Johnny 99 and The Ghost of Tom Joad all of which gave the set more colour and balance

dobber said...

Was delighted with the mix of songs,and was desperate to hear anything on the BBC - each set of highlights added a few that hadn't been aired like Johnny 99 and Because the night.It would be great to see the full set though - and was delighted to see him on stage with the Gaslight Anthem earlier in the day :)

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