Yes! It’s Trivia Tuesday for July 30th! And, once more, THANX to the very cool folks at Omnivore Recordings for making it happen each week! Omnivore is your first and last stop for all the music “You didn’t know, you didn’t know”
Meanwhile, before we get to this week’s question, we’d like to recognize all the Groovey folks who weighed in on last week’s question which was: We asked you to name four artists from the 60’s that included the word “Little” in their Stage Name? i.e. “Little Stevie Wonder”, “Little Eva” etc. Weighing in first was Mark L.Chapman Who actually cited SIX “Little Artists”! Way to go Mark! But, not to far behind, we also heard from Curtis Stone, He got 3 outta 4 by including Little Richard, as many of you did! However, ALL of Little Richards hits were in the 50’s! Next in was our old friend Steve Thomas, Who was close but included Little Anthony twice, So Steve missed it by one! Fred Vogel and our old band mate Jim McDearman also weighed in but both of them fell prey to including Little Richard whose hits were in the 50’s! Lastly our friend down in FLA. Ron Wood, nailed the quetion and more, but he was is a little late! Sooo,Big SMS Congrats and Thank You’s to all five of you dudes! But! Last week’s Groovey Omnivore CD Goes out to Mark L. Chapman! YAAAYE Mark!
But now! It’s time for this week’s question! And this week we’re reprising a question we ran about a year ago! We’re running the question a second time because we believe our poor wording of the original question confused many readers and the question and the quiz for that Tuesday suffered! “our Bad” and “All Apologies! Sooooo, here’s your question: We want seven different songs from the 60’s that include a day of the week in it’s title! Seven different songs, where each one includes a different day of the week in it’s title! But to be absolutely clear, here’s an exact breakdown:
1) Give us one song that includes MONDAY in the title ?
2) Give us one song that includes TUESDAY in the title?
3) Give us one song that includes WEDNESDAY in the title?
4) Give us one song that includes THURSDAY in the title?
5) Give us one song that includes FRIDAY in the title?
6) Give us one song that includes SATURDAY in the title?
7) Gives us one song that includes SUNDAY in the title?
Lastly, we’ll need you to also include the name of the artist who recorded the song (Seven Artists)
In Summary: Seven songs, Seven Days by Seven Artists! And lastly the songs you identify can be either singles or album cuts, they just have to been released during the 1960’s…
P.S. Extra credit if you can identify the frustrated reader pictured above!!!
Meanwhile, while your deep thinking, check out the link to Omnivore Recordings Homepage (just below) and browse the best catalogue of music on the planet!
Remember, you can answer the weekly Trivia Question as often as you like but can only win a GROOVEY Omnivore Recordings CD every two weeks!