The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 10 / 17…

Yes indeed! It’s time for an all new trivia question for Tuesday, October Seventeenth! Brought to us every Tuesday morning by all the very cool folks at  Omnivore Recordings! Your most perfect destination for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! But! Before we unveil this week’s all new quiz, we’d like to recognize all the brilliant readers who weighed in on last week’s quiz, which was all about the great Smokey Robinson and his music! First in, but a bit under water with the correct answers was long time reader and charter member “SMS Super Genius  Mr. Clark Besch! Hang in there Clark, there is an all new question just below! Following Clark was Mr. Simon Craddock  with all the right answers and a bit more, good catch Simon and a big SMS Thanx and congrats! Finally wrapping things up with all the right was our old friend and long time contributor Mr. Curtis Stone! Thanx yet again to you THREE brilliant gents!!

But now, it’s time for the brand new Trivia Quiz for Tuesday Oct. 17th…

This week’s question is a lyrical question, so take a good look at the lyric just below:

“Cars full of motors”

“Painted Green”

“Mouths full of chocolate”

“Covered cream”

“Arms that can only”

“Lift a spoon”

( song title)

There’s your lyric, and you know the drill! We need you to tell us which 60’s classic features this unusual lyric ? As well as the name of the artist who wrote, recorded and released this gem from 1965 ? Finally, Give us the title to at least one more song  wrote, recorded and released by this talented British import ?

In summary, here’s what we need:

1) Give us the title of the 60’s classic that includes the lyric just above ?

2) Give us the name of the talented singer / songwriter / producer who wrote, recorded and released this U.K. classic from 1965 ?

Lastly, give us the title to at least one more song from this talented artist ?

Meanwhile, as your staring at the moon and wondering why (Yes it is a clue) Take a moment and click on the link just below and browse Omnivore’s amazing catalog of the coolest music in the known world and beyond…


Remember, you can answer the weekly trivia question as often as you like but can only win a Groovey Omnivore CD every 30 days!…



  1. Johnathan King’s great “Everyone’s Gone to the Moon!”
    Its Good News Week-Hedgehopper’s Annonymous!
    Johnathan was a great talent who gave us the first OOgacha version of Hooked on a Feelin too well before Blue Swede.

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