Welcome back to this week’s all new Trivia Question for Tuesday, April 11th! Brought to us each week by all the Groovey people at Omnivore Recordings! Your destination for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! As we didn’t run a trivia quiz last week, we’re going straight to this week’s question!
Here is your brand new Trivia Question for Tuesday April 11th: It’s a lyrical question from the very earliest days of the 1960’s! Check out this lyric…
“I saw a boy on Oahu isle”
“Floating down the bay on a crocodile”
“He waved at me and he swam ashore”
“And I knew he’d be mine forevermore”
Naturally we need the title of the song that features the lyric just above as well as the artist who released this playful summertime hit in June 1960 ?
Additionally, give us the titles to at least two more hits from this popular T.V. Radio and film star? We also need the titles to at least two films she starred in? Finally, give us the name of the popular T.V series where she made her debut?
And for Serious “:SMS Super Genius” qualification give us the title of the b – side of this 60’s gem ?
In summary, here’s what we need:
1) Give us the title of the Sixties gem that includes the lyric just above ?
2) Give us the name of the Artist who released this classic in the summer of 1960 ?
3) Give us the titles to at least two more hits from this 60’s Super Star
4) Give us the titles of at least two feature films she appeared in ?
5) Give us the title of the popular Television program where she made her debut ?
6) for profound SMS Super Genius status give us the title to the b – side of this early 60’s gem ?
Meanwhile, as you search your memory for “Tropical” themed hits from the 60’s, take a moment, click on the link below and browse Omnivore Recordings catalog of the coolest music in the known world and beyond!
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Nope, I didn’t know what was on the B-Side, Rick. I would have had to have bought the record. With The Drifters, Roy Orbison, Sam Cooke, Bobby Vee, Ray Charles, Elvis Presley,
Little Willie John, Bobby Darin, Marv Johnson, Hank Ballard, Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs, The Ventures, Duane Eddy, The Olympics, Bobby Freeman, and Jackie Wilson all in the Top Forty simultaneously with Pineapple Princess, I would have been crazy to have bought the Annette Funicello record (despite my deep and enduring love for her as a teenager.)
Grandkids to school…
I agree with Larry’s answers.
Had to get the kids to school today…
(Currently Florida Man responding)
1. Song: Pineapple Princess
2. Artist: Annette Funicello
4. Films: Beach Party A, B & C
5. TV Debut: Mickey Mouse Club
Well hey Lar…
For some reason, I had a feeling you’d know the correct answer to this weeks question! And apparently, up yo right now you are the only one who does!
Great to see you and have you back in ‘Merida
btw The B – Side was “Luau Cha Cha Cha” But you knew that RIGHT?
Sally field. Gidget. The. Flying. Nun
Always great to see you, but I’m sorry but you missed this one!
Take another look and can you give us the song title?