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Music Trivia 10

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'We've already said, Goodbye' is the opening line to which 1964 hit?

  • I Wanna Hold Your Hand
  • Shout
  • Go Now
  • Juliet

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Who wrote Rhapsody In Blue in 1924?

  • George Gershwin
  • Irving Berlin
  • Jerome Kern
  • Harry Lauder

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Which rock 'n' roll star was born in Lubbock Texas?

  • Bill Haley
  • Elvis Presley
  • Buddy Holly
  • Little Richard

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Which duo had hits in the 1960s with 'Baby Don't Go' and 'I Got You Babe'?

  • Everly Brothers
  • Sonny & Cher
  • Frank & Nancy Sinatra
  • The Chuckle Brothers

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What was the name of Slades 'friend' on their 1973 No2 hit?

  • Stan
  • Frank
  • Bill
  • Mark

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Who was singing about 'Sheila' and 'The Folk Singer' in 1962/63?

  • Bobby Vee
  • Bobby Darin
  • Tommy Roe
  • Perry Como

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Which trio had numerous hits in the early 1960s including covers of two Dylan songs 'Blowing In The Wind' & 'The Times They Are A Changing'?

  • The Springfields
  • The Bee Gees
  • The Bachelors
  • Peter Paul & Mary

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Which folk singer sang about 'Suzanne' on his 1967 debut album?

  • Leonard Cohen
  • Donavan
  • James Taylor
  • Bob Dylan

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Esther & Abi Ofarim had a 1969 No1 with 'Cinderella' who?

  • Getty
  • Onassis
  • Trump
  • Rockafella

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Peter & Gordon had a No1 in 1964 with 'World Without Love' but who was Peters' famous sister?

  • Jane Asher
  • Twiggy
  • Cilla Black
  • Mary Quant

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'I was working in the lab late one night' is the opening line to which 1973 novelty hit?

  • Disco Duck
  • The Laughing Gnome
  • Monster Mash
  • Pretty Kitty

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My favourite song of all time 'Like A Rolling Stone' by Bob Dylan was a 'problem' for radio stations when it was released in 1965, why?

  • At over 6 minutes was too long for radio airplay
  • Its lyrics were blasphemous
  • Its lyrics were considered obscene
  • It contained subliminal messages

 

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