Radiohead – Live at Glastonbury 1997 [Download]

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Continuing on from last weeks White Stripes performance at Glastonbury ’05 we are offering up another classic Glastonbury set. 1997 was the year of the mud. Torrential rainfall days before the festival was due to start had turned the site into a gigantic muddy bog. 1997 was also the year that Radiohead headlined the Pyramid stage on the Saturday night.

Ten years down the line Radiohead’s Glastonbury appearence has been heralded as one of the greatest festival moments of all time, Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis has also been quoted as saying the show was “the most inspiring festival gig in 30 years”. It turns out though, for the band it was a complete nightmare – with major monitor issues they couldn’t hear a thing onstage, not that you can tell.

Radiohead – Glastonbury Festival, 28th June 1997
1. Lucky [download mp3 ♫]
2. My Iron Lung [download mp3 ♫]
3. Airbag [download mp3 ♫]
4. Planet Telex [download mp3 ♫]
5. Exit Music (For a Film) [download mp3 ♫]
6. The Bends [download mp3 ♫]
7. Nice Dream [download mp3 ♫]
8. Paranoid Android [download mp3 ♫]
9. Karma Police [download mp3 ♫]
10. Creep [download mp3 ♫]
11. Climbing Up the Walls [download mp3 ♫]
12. No Surprises [download mp3 ♫]
13. Talk Show Host [download mp3 ♫]
14. Bones [download mp3 ♫]
15. Just [download mp3 ♫]
16. Fake Plastic Trees [download mp3 ♫]
17. You [download mp3 ♫]
18. The Tourist [download mp3 ♫]
19. High & Dry [download mp3 ♫]
20. Street Spirit (Fade Out) [download mp3 ♫]

Watch: Radiohead – Karma Police [Live at Glastonbury 1997]
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7 Responses to Radiohead – Live at Glastonbury 1997 [Download]

  1. Shawn June 14, 2007 at 11:26 am #

    I was there. I remember pitching my tent in a howling gale and driving rain. The weather actually cleared for most of the festival but it really put a dampner on some peoples performances. Supergrass needed the sun to shine for their jingly jangly bouncy tunes, the second stage internally combusted when Mansun tried to start their set three times.

    But Radiohead….it truly was a remarkable performance probably when the band were at their peak of popularity and had the tunes to blow away a festival headline crowd. Happy days indeed.

  2. Colin Morris January 4, 2008 at 12:44 am #

    Was it really that long ago?! The memories of that Glasto gig are still fresh, thankfully. It was a mindblowing performance, the emotional intensity just blew me away. I walked away from the stage with tears in my eyes! (and mud all over me) fantastic!

  3. cherith April 3, 2008 at 5:41 pm #

    i wish id been there. too young (only 5!), but i ended up missing out on some of the best live music ever.

    radiohead are fantastic.

  4. Matt Fig21b September 9, 2008 at 12:59 am #

    I was there and it’s quite simply the best gig I’ve ever seen. Amazing show from start to finish.

    that performance more than made up for the agony of picking the dried mud out of my leg hair with is properly painful. Christ it was muddy that year.

  5. Giorgi January 2, 2009 at 11:35 am #

    Thank those people who stood up for Radiohead’s performance. it was realy brave of you all guys. I wish I ever go to their concert, I’m Just gonna turn to 17, and thank people who listen to Radiohead, They are just the best band has ever formed. nothing and noone compares to them

  6. Simoni Champ October 15, 2009 at 11:07 pm #

    I live close to the site and still to this day cant think of Glastonbury with out the memory of Radiohead s gig in 97. I was left with the feeling i had witnessed something totally out if this world. May be the class a drugs the weed and so on had something to do with it but god gigs have never been the same since. To many emotions to continue THANKS ALL oh and Radiohead for an eve i will never forget.

  7. Ash October 16, 2009 at 12:44 pm #

    Can’t believe I missed this. Thanks!