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Jimmy Cliff at Glastonbury Festival 2008

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At Glastonbury 2008 on the Jazz World Stage

I enjoyed this on an average sort-of basis! His classics were fantastic, but inbetween I was bored! The problem with reggae bands is they never seem to know when to stop; it was the same with the Marley Brothers last year. At the beginning of the song I started off excited and dancing, but half way through, when the song should be ending, I’d had enough and sat down again. The music just gets too repetative and long-winded. So at the end, I was just a little disappointed.

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