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  • Music Trivia

    9 posts, 5 voices, 818 views, started Jun 3, 2009

    Posted on Wednesday, June 3, 2009 by Denise Richardson

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      1.)The music scene completely changed the following month when The Beatles dominated the charts. Which Beatle song reached number one February 1, 1964?  

       Twist and Shout

       I Want to Hold Your hand

       Please Please Me

       Love Me Do

      2.)A Motown artist had the number one song the week of May 16, 1964. Mary Wells had success with a Smokey Robinson composition. What was the title of the song?  

       My Guy

       Dancing in The Street

       My Boy Lollipop

       She’s A Fool

      3.)John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote several number one songs in 1964 for the Beatles. Their composition, “A World Without Love,” hit number one for which British duo June 27, 1964?  

       Peter and Gordon

       Sam and Dave

       Chad and Jeramy

       Don and Juan



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        • 0 votes vote up vote up

          Mztracy wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • aw dang i missed it!



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        • 0 votes vote up vote up

          Denise Richardson wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • More Music Trivia:  

          1) What was the first rock-n-roll song to hit #1 on the charts?

          Choose Your Answer: A: That’s All Right, B: Tutti-Fruitti, C: Heartbreak Hotel, D: Rock Around the Clock

          2) Who did the vocals for Pink Floyd’s “Great Gig in the Sky“?

          Choose Your Answer: A: Vicki Brown, B: Clare Torry, C: Janis Joplin, D: Roger Waters

          3) U2’s “Angel of Harlem” was written about what singer?

          Choose Your Answer: A: Aretha Franklin, B: Josephine Baker, C: Billie Holiday, D: Janis Joplin

          4) What singer is known as the “Empress of the Blues“?

          Choose Your Answer: A: Bessie Smith, B: Ma Rainey, C: Etta James, D: Dinah Washington

          5) Who was rocketed to super-stardom in 1998 by the hit single “Baby One More Time“?

          Choose Your Answer: A: Beyonce, B: Britney Spears, C: Christina Aguilera, D: Madonna

          6) Who was awarded the very first gold record?

          Choose Your Answer: A: Elvis Presley, B: Nat King Cole, C: The Beatles, D: Perry Como

          7) Which of Sheryl Crow’s hit singles was adapted from the poem “Fun” by Wyn Cooper?

          Choose Your Answer: A: Leaving Las Vegas, B: If It Makes You Happy, C: All I Wanna Do, D: Soak Up the Sun

          8) What pop singer is known as “The Material Girl“?

          Choose Your Answer: A: Britney Spears, B: Christina Aguilera, C: Madonna, D: Cyndi Lauper

          9) What was the band known as Linkin Park originally called?

          Choose Your Answer: A: Meteora, B: Hybrid Theory, C: Reanimators, D: Xero



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        • 0 votes vote up vote up

          Angelcart wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • I think I’ll just wait for Termagsea to answer firsthappy



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          Denise Richardson wrote Jun 4, 2009
        • LOL,ok Angel, but if she or someone else doesn’t answer soon I’ll give the answers.



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          Denise Richardson wrote Jun 7, 2009
        • The Answer’s to Music Trivia:

          1.D
          2.B
          3.C
          4.A
          5.B
          6.D
          7.C
          8.C
          9.D



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