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Follow what happened at BBC Electric Proms on Thursday 25 October

Watch 6 Music's Julie Cullen's round-up of Thursday

19.31 from Barfly

"Let's see if you can bounce along to this one", says James from Hadouken. "Not in these shoes!", shouts a girl in the crowd.

19.39 from Cecil Sharp House

Eliza Carthy is onstage at the Once In a Blue Moon: Lal Waterson Tribute in a fabulous red dress.

20.05 from Roundhouse

Paul McCartney launches straight into 'Magical Mystery Tour'. This is one man who doesn't need to worry about wasting his hits early in the set!

20.30 from Freedm

Soil And Pimp take the stage. Jamie Cullum was right - they look like rock stars!

20.40 from Barfly

It's time to reflect as Tom from The Enemy straps on the acoustic guitar for 'We Live and Die...' He lets the willing crowd lead the vocal for this heartfelt rendition.

20.49 from KOKO

'Give it up for Justice!' Lots of cheering for two French men who begin turning knobs.

20.51 from Roundhouse

The Wings songs are going down as well as The Beatles ones. 'Band On The Run' now and two headbangers down the front are loving it.

20.56 from Cecil Sharp House

Time for 'Midnight Feast' and James Yorkston is joined by Norma and Mike Waterson, Lal's sister and brother.

21.09 from KOKO

Justice are making a fantastic noise like a flatulant bandsaw. There's a lot of jumping up and down around in here.

21.27 from Roundhouse

The bass is back on for 'I Saw Her Standing There'. McCartney's voice doesn't seem to have aged. Close your eyes and you could almost be in The Cavern.

21.38 from Roundhouse

Macca plays 'Get Back' and then he's gone...but you get the feeling he could have gone on for a few more hours at least.

21.50 from Cecil Sharp House

They're back, but Norma says they've not rehearsed any more. Ah they've found one!

21.43 from KOKO

And that's it. Massive cheers for Justice. A little Gallic bow and they symbolicaly close their laptops. Awesome.

21.52 from Freedm

Jamie Cullum asks if we'd rather be upstairs watching Macca. We say no.

22.39 from KOKO

The Chems enter stage right and start a low rumble. Someone throws a pint in the air.

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