Glastonbury: An Oral History of the Music, Mud and Magic

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Ebury, 2005 - Music - 288 pages
For the first time ever, the story of Glastonbury Festival is presented in full. Packed with photos and the vivid accounts of hundreds of people-- from performers to punters"-- Glastonbury" is a colorful oral history of a party that started with a handful of people in a field in Somerset, England and grew into a mammoth " city in the fields, " drawing more than 100,000 attendees and 40,000 performers and staff.

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About the author (2005)

John Shearlaw, journalist, columnist, film researcher and author, has worked for the Glastonbury Press Office since 1995 and has been involved with the festival since it began, giving him unrivalled access to every area of the organisation.Crispin Aubrey has written for many publications, including the Guardian and Time Out. Now based in Somerset, he has worked for and at the festival for the last twenty years as punter, stall-holder, volunteer and press-officer.

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