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    Fav. Cricket Song?

    Whats your fav cricket song? mine is the "Indian Summer" has anyone else ever listen to it?
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    Has to be the Booker T and the MGs classic
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    I Love it!

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    Do the songs Howzat by Sherbert and The Sultans of Swing by Dire Straits count?

    If not, it's marvellous by the 12th man

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    no one ever heard "Indian Summer"?

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    Originally posted by Andre
    Do the songs Howzat by Sherbert
    That is an awesome song!

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    Soul Limbo - Booker T and The MGs
    Mambo Number Five - Lou Bega
    IDLCYILI - can anyone tell me who that was by, apart from the old United Colours Of Sound?
    I Do I Do I Do I Do I Do - Abba
    Smile To Shine - "Baz"
    Proud - Heather Small
    Wherever You Will Go - The Calling
    All Right Now - Rod Stuart
    Sit Down - "James"
    Some fantastic Michael Jackson song that I really want to find-out what it's called so I can download it.
    What A Feeling - Irene Cara
    Why Did You Do It - Stretch
    Sultans Of Swing - Dire Straits
    And of course all the old dance classics - That's The Way (I Like It), KC And The Sunshine Band; that one that always goes with it; Moving On Up, M People; A Little Bit More, Gina G, Beverley Hills Cop themetune; I'm The Leader Of The Gang, Child Porn Bloke, etc.
    Some great cricket songs, but never knowingly heard Howzat by Sherbet.
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    Originally posted by Richard
    Sit Down - "James"
    1) Explain the Quotation Marks?!

    James came from the name of founder member and bassist Jim Glennie after several different and rather poor names (Model Team International was the best, that says all you need to know), when they decided they needed something simple...



    And how is Sit Down related to cricket? I hope you're not mentioning the 1998 Apollo Four Forty remix, because that sounded like someone farting their way through Imagine.. definitive version for me atm is 1990/1 (?) Manchester G-Mex, with the 2001 MEN Arena on a par.



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    Originally posted by sachintendulkar
    heres a part of "Indian Summer"


    http://www.angelfire.lycos.com/in4/c...ian_summer.wav
    someone let me know what you think

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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    1) Explain the Quotation Marks?!

    James came from the name of founder member and bassist Jim Glennie after several different and rather poor names (Model Team International was the best, that says all you need to know), when they decided they needed something simple...



    And how is Sit Down related to cricket? I hope you're not mentioning the 1998 Apollo Four Forty remix, because that sounded like someone farting their way through Imagine.. definitive version for me atm is 1990/1 (?) Manchester G-Mex, with the 2001 MEN Arena on a par.



    Nonetheless, my estimation of you has gone up several notches..
    Well, I am now more clued-up on the band James than I was before.
    The only reason for the "s was that I hadn't heard that, and it seemed an odd name for a band.
    The connotations with Sit Down and cricket is that it was the most played music at National League games in 2001 (other favourites were What A Feeling, All Right Now, that MJ song, all the dance classics, C'est La Vie, Tragedy and another song that I haven't a clue what it's called)

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    How's about Ajit Agarkar's favourite song against Australia (well, it should have been played whenever he went out to bat) : "Walk right back"
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    Originally posted by sachintendulkar
    heres a part of "Indian Summer"


    http://www.angelfire.lycos.com/in4/c...ian_summer.wav
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