Yessir! It’s time for the all new Trivia Quiz for Tuesday May 24th! Brought to us each week by “All the Groovey people” at Omnivore Recordings! Your place for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! But! Hold on, before we get into this week’s quiz, we’d like to recognize the brilliant readers who chimed in on last week’s quiz! Which was all about the Bob Dylan classic “Too Much Of Nothing”
First in with all the right answers and more was long time reader and charter member “Super Genius, The Great Steve Winogradsky! Followed closely by our former colleague and frequent “Super Genius Mr. Jeffery Conroy! Hot on Jeff’s heels a very distant cousin and self proclaimed Dylan expert Ms. Paula Verrengia! Always great when you drop by! Following Paula was long time reader and true 60’s trivia master Mr. Clark Besch! Great to see you Mr. B. Lastly but not leastly Ms. Lisa Coston closed our list out with her first entry for our Tuesday question. Way to go Lisa! Hope we see you every Tuesday Morning!
But now! Here is this week’s Brand new question!… The style of our question was recently dubbed by a reader as The “Odd Man Out question” so here goes: Take a good look at this brief list of classics…
1) “Puff The Magic Dragon”
2) “Along Comes Mary”
3) “Got To Get You Into My Life”
4) “One Toke Over The Line”
5) “Sloop John B”
So, here’s what e need, 4 out of 5 of these titles all share one thing in common, what is that common fact ? Which title does not belong on the list ? And we need you to give us a title of your choice that should be on this ? Lastly, we’ll need the names of the artists who recorded and released these gems, including your choice ?
Finally, believe it or not one or the 4 song’s was actually featured in an episode “The Lawrence Welk Show”… Which evil song was it ?
In summary, here’s what need:
1) Which 4 of the above 5 songs share a common fact ?
2) What is that common fact ?
3) Which title does not belong on this list ?
4) Give us a title of your choice that could be included in the list ?
5) Give us the names of the artists who recorded and released these Gems, including your selection ?
6) Finally, Tell us which title was featured on “The Lawrence Welk Show” (without any lyric changes) ?
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