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Backstage Weekend - Working Week - Live At Glastonbury - 1985

(Working Week - Jazz/Funk/Fusion to a Post-punk crowd - all things were possible) A set from the 1985 Glastonbury Festival tonight featuring Jazz/F
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(Working Week - Jazz/Funk/Fusion to a Post-punk crowd - all things were possible)

A set from the 1985 Glastonbury Festival tonight featuring Jazz/Funk/Fusion/Dance combo Working Week, consisting of Simon Booth, Larry Stabbins and Juliet Roberts. This was a period of the 80s when music was flying in every direction and it made for some great live sets. Working Week got started as the outgrowth of another band Weekend in 1983 and this set features tracks from their first album for Virgin Records Working Nights. A great band that went separate ways after a while, but made some great music in the process.

Something nice and funky for a Saturday night.

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