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Stewart changed the location to Jamaica. Graham Gouldman commented: "Some of the experiences that are mentioned are true, and some of them are Golden Capthe iconic hill and cliff of this region known as the " Jurassic Coast ", is visible for a few seconds in the video. The single also reached 2 in Ireland and Australia,[ citation needed ] became a top 10 hit in Norway and Switzerland, and top 20 in Germany and Sweden.

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It is a shame, as the history and mythology of cricket heaves with unwritten ball, uncomposed shanties, unsung hymns, possibly even unarranged symphonies.

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McGain, you may recall, was the Victorian legspinner who, after many years as a staunch club and state journeyman, was finally consecrated with the baggy green to debut for Australia in Cape Town inat the age of It is surely past time, for example, that David Boon's famous can Sydney-London flight of attracted the attention of a similarly inclined Lie chronicler: perhaps if TISM were ever to reform, this could provide the basis for an expansion of their cricket-related repertoire beyond "The Parable Of Glenn McGrath's Haircut" and the anti-vuvuzela triptych "Fielding At Long-On".

If actual songwriters and singers do not step up, there is a very real risk that cricketers themselves may attempt to fill the void. Todd Snider: what if cricket was his canvas?

Which prompts - via the recollection of Eddie Perfect's Shane Warne: The Musical - the theory that the reason that cricket languishes insufficiently honoured in song is the possibility that the game is better suited to longer forms of musical celebration: even a T20 match goes on longer than Tales From Topographic Oceans. And cricket is a sport that transfixes a hefty - and, one might think, potentially profitable - fraction of the world's population.

I was walkin' down the street Concentratin' on truckin' right I heard a dark voice beside of me And I looked round in a state of fright I saw four faces, one mad A brother from the gutter They looked me up and down a bit And turned to each other I say I don't like cricket oh no I love it I don't like cricket no no I love it Don't you walk through my words Got to show some respect Don't you walk through my words 'Cause you ain't heard me out yet Well he looked down at my silver chain He said "I'll give you one dollar" I said "you got to be jokin' man, it was a present from me Mother" He said "I like it, I want it, I'll take it off your hands And you'll be sorry you crossed me You'd better understand that you're alone, A long way from home!

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It is, for example, an astonishing negligence by country singers - a breed distinguished by their fondness for tales of cruelly thwarted dreams - that none have addressed the story of Bryce McGain. Golden Capthe iconic hill and cliff of this region von as the " Jurassic Coast ", is visible for a few seconds in the video.

In Austria the song became 10cc's single entry in the charts peaking at Here, of course, is a possible explanation for this dearth: that cricket transfixes the wrong hefty fraction of the world's population. If one writes and records a song about cricket, one is implicitly declaring a complete lack of interest in attracting attention in the United States, still the most financially and culturally vital market for music, but an impenetrable citadel of y where cricket is concerned.

However, when one surveys the - many - articles and lists faithfully compiling the catalogue of cricket-related popular song, it is impossible to avoid noticing a recurring theme, i. Stewart changed the location to Jamaica. Regrettably, a scenario that looked set up for a stirring triumph-of-the-underdog matinee finale was rather spoiled by South Africa's unsentimental batsmen, who plastered him for runs at worse than eight an over.

There has, however, been precious little exploration on this front, either. Again, however, plentiful wells of inspiration remain untapped - the more so when one considers the commendable generosity with which West Indian calypso singers have ennobled foreign players see Lord Relator's "Gavaskar", Lord Kitchener's "Alec Bedser Calypso".

10cc - i don't like cricket, i love it (dreadlock holiday) lyrics

The same might be said of the songs from Lagaan or other cricket-related Bollywood films: that while they do recognise, astutely, that cricket is to a large extent about other things, they are not, in and of themselves, primarily about cricket. The various forms of cricket themselves almost appear as equivalents of musical expression: the throwaway single regtae T20, the sturdy track of the ODI, the double concept album with gatefold sleeve of the Test match.

But they are perplexingly few in : measured against the total bulk of extant music, they amount barely to a single boundary in the career of Sachin Tendulkar himself the subject of songs by Dhanush, and Kailash Kher, among others. Not them personally, obviously, as only Hall still walks among us, but their heirs, perhaps Todd Snider, who has written at least one song about baseball - "America's Favourite Pastime", recalling the remarkable day in when the Pittsburgh Pirates' Dock Ellis pitched a no-hitter while addled by LSD.

While more songs about cricket and cricketers would be a self-evident good, there is also a genuine urgency to this crisis. The failure of our opera librettists to get to work on the Ashes is an atrocious dereliction. Where music in particular is concerned, cricket appears to offer especially rich loam, replete with colossal heroes, dreadful villains, rousing fables and withering morality tales.

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Have another listen to Brett Lee's "You're the One For Me" - a duet with the blameless Asha Bhosle, who keeps up her end with the watchful foreboding of someone batting with Inzamam-ul-Haq - and ask yourself if this sounds like the kind of world in which you want your children to live. Graham Gouldman commented: "Some of the experiences that are mentioned are true, and some of them are As such, cricket would - one would imagine - be a rich seam of inspiration for artists, which is to say people who also deal in illuminations of the ineffable.

There is a partial case to be made for the calypso singers of the Caribbean, who have produced some sterling homages to individual cricketers - Mighty Sparrow's "Sir Garfield Sobers", King Short Shirt's "Vivian Richards", among others one should also acknowledge I-Roy's dense, hypnotic dancehall "Tribute to Michael Holding", which has something of the effect of being remorselessly battered by hundred-mile-an-hour bouncers.

The single also reached 2 in Ireland and Australia,[ citation needed ] became a top 10 hit in Norway and Switzerland, and top 20 in Germany and Sweden. When asked why he thought the song didn't do better in the US, Gouldman said that reportedly some radio stations would not play reggae of any kind.

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