Set List Glastonbury (Part 2): Dolly Parton, Bryan Ferry, Pixies, Yoko Ono, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott

The 2014 Glastonbury Festival has pretty much come to a close in the U.K. and we have five more veteran artist's set lists from over the last three days.

Dolly Parton
  • Baby I'm Burnin' (from Heartbreaker, 1978) / Girl on Fire (Alicia Keys cover)
  • Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That (from White Limozeen, 1989)
  • Jolene (from Jolene, 1974)
  • Blue Smoke (from Blue Smoke, 2014)
  • Coat of Many Colors (from Coat of Many Colors, 1971)
  • Rocky Top (from Live and Well, 2004)
  • Mud Song (Unreleased, written for Glastonbury Festival)
  • Banks of the Ohio (from Blue Smoke, 2014)
  • Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You (from Dolly, Dolly, Dolly, 1980) / But You Know I Love You (from 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs, 1980) / Real Love (from Real Love, 1985) / Think About Love (from Real Love, 1985)
  • Here You Come Again (from Here You Come Again, 1977)
  • Two Doors Down (from Here You Come Again, 1977)
  • Islands in the Stream (from Kenny Rogers' Eyes That See in the Dark, 1983)
  • 9 to 5 (from 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs, 1980)
  • Lay Your Hands on Me (from Blue Smoke, 2014) (performed with Richie Sambora)
  • I Will Always Love You (from Jolene, 1974)

Bryan Ferry
  • Re-Make/Re-Model (from Roxy Music's Roxy Music, 1972)
  • Kiss and Tell (from Bete Noire, 1987)
  • Slave To Love (from Boys and Girls, 1985)
  • Ladytron (from Roxy Music's Roxy Music, 1972)
  • Same Old Blues (from The Bride Stripped Bare, 1978)
  • Oh Yeah (from Flesh and Blood, 1980)
  • Reason or Rhyme (from Olympia, 2010)
  • Stronger Through the Years (from Roxy Music's Stronger Through the Years, 1979)
  • Can't Let Go (from The Bride Stripped Bare, 1978)
  • Take a Chance with Me (from Roxy Music's Avalon, 1982)
  • If There Is Something (from Roxy Music's Roxy Music, 1972)
  • More Than This (from Roxy Music's Avalon, 1982)
  • Avalon (from Roxy Music's Avalon, 1982)
  • Carrickfergus (from The Bride Stripped Bare, 1978)
  • In Every Dream Home a Heartache (from Roxy Music's For Your Pleasure, 1973)
  • Casanova (from Roxy Music's Country Life, 1974)
  • Love Is the Drug (from Roxy Music's Siren, 1975)
  • Virginia Plain (from later editions of Roxy Music's Roxy Music, 1972)
  • Both Ends Burning (from Roxy Music's Siren, 1975)
  • Let's Stick Together (from Let's Stick Together, 1976)
  • Editions of You (from Roxy Music's For Your Pleasure, 1973)
  • Jealous Guy (Roxy Music single, 1981)

Pixies
  • Bone Machine (from Surfer Rosa, 1988)
  • Wave of Mutilation (from Doolittle, 1989)
  • U-Mass (from Trompe le Monde, 1991)
  • Hey (from Doolittle, 1989)
  • Gouge Away (from Doolittle, 1989)
  • Bagboy (from EP3, 2014)
  • Crackity Jones (from Doolittle, 1989)
  • Caribou (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
  • Magdalena 318 (from EP2, 2014)
  • Ed Is Dead (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
  • Nimrod's Son (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
  • Here Comes Your Man (from Doolittle, 1989)
  • La La Love You (from Doolittle, 1989)
  • Greens and Blues (from EP2, 2014)
  • Isla de Encanta (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
  • Debaser (from Doolittle, 1989)
  • Vamos (from Come On Pilgrim, 1987)
  • Where Is My Mind? (from Surfer Rosa, 1988)

Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band
  • Waiting for the D Train (from Between My Head and the Sky, 2009)
  • Rising (from Rising, 1995)
  • Moving Mountains (single, 1971)
  • O'wind (Body is the Scar of Your Mind) (from Fly, 1971)
  • Don't Worry Kyoko (Mummy's Only Looking for Her Hand in the Snow) (b-side of single Cold Turkey, 1969)
  • Mind Train (from Fly, 1971)
  • We're All Water (from John Lennon & Yoko Ono's Sometime in New York City, 1972)
  • Why (from Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, 1970)
  • Unun. To (from Between My Head and the Sky, 2009)
  • Affirmination

Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott
  • Rotterdam (Or Anywhere) (from the Beautiful South's Blue is the Colour, 1996)
  • Prettiest Eyes (from the Beautiful South's Miaow, 1994)
  • Moulding Of A Fool (from What Have We Become?, 2014)
  • Don't Marry Her (from the Beautiful South's Blue is the Colour, 1996)
  • D.I.Y. (from What Have We Become?, 2014)


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