After the rather miserable cloud and rain of Friday the sun got his hat out of the wardrobe and decided to wear it! Hearts lifted, particularly for those, like me, who had a number of bands on the outside stages on the must see list.
2. Courtney Barnett - Pedestrian At Best
A stunning early morning set from Aussie powerhouse Courtney Barnett. If anyone was suffering a hangover from Friday night festivities then Courtney blew those hangover blues away with a blistering set that took the slacker rock of her latest album and put a rocket up it's arse. This was one of the highlights of the festival so far. Pedestrian At Best was the pick of the songs but it could easily have been any of the set list!
3. The Waterboys - The Whole of the Moon
I'd been feverishly anticipating The Waterboys playing Whole of the Moon live at Glastonbury ever since they were confirmed on the bill. Mike and the boys didn't disappoint it was everything I'd been hoping for. They made my spine tingle in places that I didn't even know existed.
4. Sleaford Mods - Jobseeker
The John Peel stage was created for bands like Sleaford Mods. Their set was uncompromising, antagonistic and angry and one of the highlights of the whole festival. It was the sound you'd expect if you gave a tourettes sufferer with anger management issues a laptop full of beats. It was the only set all weekend that left me feeling both uncomfortable and excited in equal measure.
5. Tom Robinson - Glad To Be Gay
Tom's set at the Acoustic Stage was without doubt the best I've had the privilege to witness at all the Glastonbury festivals. I haven't enjoyed myself so much at a gig since, ooh my last Tom Robinson gig in January. He even managed to turn the adversity of a broken string into a triumph with a rip roaring acoustic version of Grey Cortina.
6. Asylums - Saw Your Face in a Music Magazine
I had an agonising choice to make do I exit the John Peel stage to see a band who released one of my top 20 songs of last year, Asylums, or do I stay where I am and catch a band who, with We Are All Prostitutes, released one of my favourite songs of all time. I opted for Asylums and was treated to a mind blowing version of Saw Your Face in A Music Magazine. I made the right choice but it was the hardest choice of the weekend.
2. Missing Father John Misty
It was a choice between hauling my aching feet to the Park Stage or take the easier on the feet path of the BBC Introducing stage for the raucous and noisy delights of Pretty Vicious. My ears haven't been the same since but my feet haven't stopped thanking me for choosing the Welsh noiseniks.
3. My aching feet
1. The incredible guitar skills of Tommy Emmanuel on the Acoustic Stage. What that man can't do with a guitar ain't worth doing.