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Sherbet - Howzat (Musikladen 1976)

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Howzat
Howzat (album).jpg
Studio album by Sherbet
Released1976 (1976)
GenreRock, pop
LabelFestival
Sherbet chronology

Howzat is an album by the Australian band Sherbet released in 1976. It spent two weeks at number one on the Australian albums chart in 1976.

Contents

  • 1 Title track
  • 2 Track listing
  • 3 Chart positions
  • 4 Release history
  • 5 References

Title track

The title track was also a number one hit and remains the group's biggest hit, especially outside of Australia, reaching the top 5 of the UK charts and also entering the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.

It is often used as a cricket anthem and is sometimes loudly played by ground organisers at limited-overs matches. "Howzat" is a catchcry used by cricketers when appealing to the umpire for a wicket.

It was featured on the soundtrack of the New Zealand-made film In My Father's Den,[1] and later covered by the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra.[1]

Track listing

  1. "Howzat!"
  2. "Motor of Love"
  3. "The Swap (You Can Get a Lot)"
  4. "Can't Find True Love"
  5. "I'll Be Coming Home"
  6. "Lady of the Night"
  7. "Gimme Love"
  8. "If I Had My Way"
  9. "Hollywood Dreaming"
  10. "Dancer"
  11. "Blueswalkin'"

References

  1. ^ a b Gemma Gracewood (2014-11-08). "Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra Album Diary". Radio New Zealand. 
   

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