The first full day of the Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, England is in the books with sets Mary J. Blige and Motorhead.

Blige has had an amazing career with every one of her eleven albums making the top ten on the Billboard charts. She touched on nine those eleven with her latest, The London Sessions, getting the most love with four songs in the later part of the show. 1994’s My Love had three of its songs performed along with throwing in her U.K. hit with Disclosure, F For You.

Mary J Blige setlist

Intro (from My Life, 1994)
Just Fine (from Growing Pains, 2007)
The One (from Stronger With Each Tear, 2009)
You Bring Me Joy (from My Life, 1994)
Love Is All We Need (from Share My World, 1997)
Real Love (from What’s the 411?, 1992)
Be Happy (from My Life, 1994)
Love No Limit (from What’s the 411?, 1992)
Enough Cryin’ (from The Breakthrough, 2005)
I Can Love You (from Share My World, 1997)
Don’t Mind (from My Life II: The Journey Continues (Act 1), 2011)
Nobody But You (from The London Sessions, 2014)
My Loving (from The London Sessions, 2014)
F For You (from the Disclosure album Settle, 2014)
Therapy (from The London Sessions, 2014)
Doubt (from The London Sessions, 2014)
No More Drama (from No More Drama, 2001)
One (from The Breakthrough, 2005)
Family Affair (from No More Drama, 2001)

Motorhead proved that their second album, 1979’s Overkill, was no sophomore slump disc. They performed three songs from the album early in the show and closed with the LP’s Overkill. In between, they covered many fan favorites even though they omitted their biggest hit in the U.K., 1981’s Motorhead from the album No Sleep ‘Til Hammersmith.

Motothead setlist

We Are Motörhead (from We Are Motörhead, 2000)
Damage Case (from Overkill, 1979)
Stay Clean (from Overkill, 1979)
Metropolis (from Overkill, 1979)
Over the Top (from Bomber, 1979)
Guitar Solo
The Chase Is Better Than the Catch (from Ace of Spades, 1980)
Rock It (from Another Perfect Day, 1983)
Lost Woman Blues (from Aftershock, 2013)
Doctor Rock (from Orgasmatron, 1986)
Going to Brazil (from 1916, 1991)
Ace of Spades (from Ace of Spades, 1980)
Overkill (from Overkill, 1979)