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The Duckworth Lewis Method

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The Duckworth Lewis Method are an Irish pop group formed by Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy and Thomas Walsh of Pugwash The Duckworth Lewis Method is also the title of the group's first album, which was released on 3 July 2009, a few days before the start of the 2009 Ashes series A concept album about cricket, the album has 12 tracks, one of which is an instrumental The album was mixed and recorded in Dublin and was mastered at Abbey Road Studios

Hannon and Walsh have described their album as "a kaleidoscopic musical adventure through the beautiful and rather silly world of cricket" The track "Jiggery Pokery" is a comic retelling of the Ball of the Century incident involving Shane Warne and Mike Gatting, and features guest cameo performances from Phill Jupitus, Alexander Armstrong, Matt Berry and more Berry also features on the track "Mason on the Boundary"

On 9 September 2009 the band were put on hiatus They wrote and recorded the theme song for the ESPNcricinfo video blog The Two Chucks In April 2010 The Duckworth Lewis Method album was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award In an interview with the BBC, Neil Hannon confirmed that he and Thomas Walsh would be working together again in the future

In late October 2012 Hannon and Walsh confirmed they were working on a second Duckworth Lewis album Recording sessions began in early 2013 with the intention of releasing the new recording in time for the Ashes series in the summer In May 2013 the release date for Sticky Wickets was announced The album came out on 28 June in Ireland and 1 July elsewhere The release was celebrated with a short concert in Tower Records, Dublin, on 3 July The album features cameo performances from Stephen Fry, Daniel Radcliffe, Henry Blofeld, and Matt Berry

Contents

  • 1 Promotion
  • 2 Discography
    • 21 Eponymous album
      • 211 Track listing
    • 22 Sticky Wickets
      • 221 Track listing
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Promotion

On 21 May 2009, Today on BBC Radio 4 ran a short feature on the album, asking "Why aren't there more songs about cricket" in which entertainment reporter and 2006 Daily Telegraph Fantasy Cricket champion Colin Paterson interviewed Hannon and Walsh about the album

On 16 July 2009 the band appeared on the BBC's Test Match Special during the lunch break on the first day of the second Ashes Test match against the Australian team at Lord's They sang a new song named "Test Match Special"

"The Age of Revolution" was released as a download-only single on 28 June 2009 It was announced that a limited one-track physical promotional copy of the single would be available to press The song reflects the spread of cricket to Britain's colonies, particularly India

Hannon and Walsh were interviewed for The Chap Aug/9 Sep Issue about the album and cricket Amongst the points covered were a peerage for umpire Dickie Bird, the renaming of The Oval as The Ovaltine and the reduction of cricket beyond Twenty20 to just a coin toss

Discography

Eponymous album

The cover of The Duckworth Lewis Method album

All songs written and composed by Neil Hannon and Thomas Walsh

Track listing

No Title Length
1 "The Coin Toss" 1:08
2 "The Age of Revolution" 3:56
3 "Gentlemen And Players" 3:18
4 "The Sweet Spot" 3:06
5 "Jiggery Pokery" 3:23
6 "Mason on The Boundary" 4:22
7 "Rain Stops Play" 1:13
8 "Meeting Mr Miandad" 3:12
9 "The Nightwatchman" 4:49
10 "Flatten The Hay" 4:18
11 "Test Match Special" 4:02
12 "The End of The Over" 2:50

Sticky Wickets

Track listing

No Title Length
1 "Sticky Wickets" 4:15
2 "Boom Boom Afridi" 3:11
3 "It's Just Not Cricket" 3:25
4 "The Umpire" 4:23
5 "Third Man" 4:03
6 "Chin Music" 2:04
7 "Out in the Middle" 4:36
8 "Line And Length" 3:40
9 "The Laughing Cavaliers" 2:38
10 "Judd's Paradox" 4:16
11 "Mystery Man" 4:06
12 "Nudging And Nurdling" 5:21

See also

  • 2009 in Irish music
  • Duckworth-Lewis method

References

  1. ^ "HELLOGOOD MORNING" 16 May 2009  on myspace
  2. ^ "A message from 'Lewis'" 24 January 2009  on myspace
  3. ^ Duckworth Lewis Method announce hiatus on The Divine Comedy bulletin board
  4. ^ Will cricket album hit a six at song awards, bbccouk
  5. ^ http://ashortsitecom/news/news=7512&dclang=en
  6. ^ http://ashortsitecom/news/news=7710&dclang=en
  7. ^ "The Duckworth Lewis Method Announce New Album 'Sticky Wickets' Released July 1st 2013" contactmusiccom Retrieved 15 May 2013 
  8. ^ "BBC Radio 4 Today" BBC News 21 May 2009 

External links

  • The Duckworth Lewis Method official website

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