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Set List Glastonbury: Foo Fighters, Liam Gallagher, The Jacksons, Alison Moyet

by VVN Music & Paul Cashmere, Noise11

Day three of the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm in Pilton, England is in the books with performances from a host of veteran and modern artists, including a headlining set from the Foo Fighters.

Alison Moyet reached back four times in her fourteen song set for music from her time with Yazoo (Yaz), playing their four biggest British hits.  Also included were three songs from her upcoming album, Other, three from her last set, The Minutes (2013) and a smattering from Alison's other solo albums.

The set list:
  • Nobody's Diary (from Yazoo's You and Me and Both, 1983)
  • When I Was Your Girl (from The Minutes, 2013)
  • Only You (from Yazoo's Upstairs at Eric's, 1982)
  • The Rarest Birds (from Other, 2017)
  • Changeling (from The Minutes, 2013)
  • Other (from Other, 2017)
  • Right as Rain (from The Minutes, 2013)
  • Should I Feel That It's Over (from Hometime, 2002)
  • All Cried Out (from Alf, 1984)
  • Whispering Your Name (from Essex, 1994)
  • Beautiful Gun (from Other, 2017)
  • Situation (from Yazoo's Upstairs at Eric's, 1982)
  • Love Resurrection (from Alf, 1984)
  • Don't Go (from Yazoo's Upstairs at Eric's, 1982)
The Jacksons took the stage for a short, six song, set that included two tunes that were part of their brother, Michael's, repertoire:
  • Can You Feel It (from Triumph, 1980)
  • ABC (from ABC, 1970)
  • I'll Be There (from Third Album, 1970)
  • Gone Too Soon (from Michael Jackson's Dangerous, 1991)
  • Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' (from Michael Jackson's Thriller, 1982)
  • Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground) (from Destiny, 1978)
Liam Gallagher gave his Glastonbury audience some new music debuts as well as his first time ever solo performance of his brother’s Oasis classic Don’t Look Back In Anger.

Don’t Look Back In Anger, originally from the 1995 Oasis album What’s The Story Morning Glory, was written and sung by Noel Gallagher. Liam made it his own at Glastonbury. It was the first time Liam had ever sung his brother’s song.

Liam’s setlist was used to launch his first solo album As You Were, due later this year. He played six songs from the album, making up half of his Glastonbury set.

The other six songs were Oasis songs and all from the first three Oasis albums.
  • Rock N Roll Star (from Oasis' Definitely Maybe, 1994)
  • Morning Glory (from Oasis' What’s The Story Morning Glory, 1995)
  • Wall Of Glass (from As You Were, 2017)
  • Greedy Soul (from As You Were, 2017)
  • Bold (from As You Were, 2017)
  • D´You Know What I Mean (from Oasis' Be Here Now, 1997)
  • Slide Away (from Oasis' Definitely Maybe, 1994)
  • I Get By (from As You Were, 2017)
  • You Better Run You Better Hide (from As You Were, 2017)
  • Universal Gleam (from As You Were, 2017)
  • Be Here Now (from Oasis' Be Here Now, 1997)
  • Don´t Look Back In Anger (from Oasis' What’s The Story Morning Glory, 1995)
The Foo Fighters closed day three of the festival with a twenty song set that included at least one track from all nine of the band's studio albums including their upcoming Concrete and Gold

The set list:
  • Times Like These (from One by One, 2002)
  • All My Life (from One by One, 2002)
  • Learn to Fly  (from There is Nothing Left to Lose, 1999)
  • Something From Nothing (from Sonic Highways, 2014)
  • The Pretender (from Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, 2007)
  • Band Introductions / Medley:
    • Cat Scratch Fever (Ted Nugent cover)
    • Another One Bites the Dust (Queen cover)
    • Blitzkrieg Bop (The Ramones cover)
  • Cold Day in the Sun (from In Your Honor, 2005)
  • Congregation (from Sonic Highways, 2014)
  • Walk (from Wasting Light, 2011)
  • These Days (from Wasting Light, 2011)
  • My Hero (from The Colour and the Shape, 1997)
  • Wheels (from Greatest Hits, 2009)
  • Run (from Concrete and Gold, 2017)
  • This Is a Call (from Foo Fighters, 1995)
  • Arlandria (from Wasting Light, 2011)
  • Monkey Wrench (from The Colour and the Shape, 1997)
  • Best of You (from In Your Honor, 2005)
  • Skin and Bones (from Five Songs and a Cover, 2005)
  • Under Pressure (Queen cover)
  • Everlong (from The Colour and the Shape, 1997)