Friday, July 14, 2006


Twenty-five percent of the profits will go to charity, it seems, from the new Glastonbury record label The Glastonbury Phonographic Society. We wonder where the other 75% ends up?

Anyway, the label is going to start by releasing the soundtrack from the Glasto movie, where Julien Temple misses the point, but then it'll stick out albums capturing classic sets from the festival - we suspect that BBC Worldwide will be involved somewhere along the line jangling the keys to the archive on that one.

Glastonbury albumPlug: It's that Glastonbury album in full