Yes indeed! It’s another Tuesday morning, which,of course means, it’s Trivia Tuesday for August 4th. Brought to us by all the cool folks at Omnivore Recordings! Where you will find all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! But, before we get to this week’s quiz, we’d like to recognize all the “SMS Super geniuses who correctly answered last week’s Quiz question, which was: We fired off nearly a half dozen questions about Chuck Berry’s Classic “Memphis Tennessee” ! First in with all the correct answer was long time SMS Super Genius, the brilliant Edmund Clark Simmons! Welcome back Ed, your brilliance still shines bright! Right on Ed’s heels came our old friend and one of our early SMS Super Geniuses Mr. Steven Winogradsky! Always great when you drop by, great to see you Steve! Next in a relatively new “SMS’er Mr. Clark Besch! Great job Clark! Following Clark was a long time “Trivia Genius and SMS reader Mr. Fred Vogel! Great to see you once more and GREAT JOB! Lastly Mr. Curtis Stone rounds out our rogue’s gallery of brilliant trivial minds! Thanx and Congrats to one and all!
But now! It’s time for this week’s new Trivia Question: Yes, it’s about “The Golden Girls,” a T.V. Program that is seemingly more popular now, in syndication than it was when it was originally running on NBC in prime time!
Perhaps it’s the location of the show (Florida) or just the Graying of America but here in So Calif. it’s running 24/7! We never watched the show, but we loved the main title theme, and that theme is what this week’s question is all about! What is the title of the song used as the main title of The Golden Girls sitcom? Who wrote this unique “Good Feeling song? This songwriter had at least two Top 40 hits in the U.S. in the mid Seventy’s, one was his version of the Golden Girls theme, what is the title to the other? Lastly, and this is surely going to separate the super geniuses from the boys. What is the title of this artist debut single on Polydor records in 1967 ?
in summary, here’s what we need…
1) Who wrote the main title theme to “The Golden Girls”?
2) What is the name of this cool pop song?
3) Along with his version of The Golden Girls theme this talented singer/songwriter had another Top 40 hit, what is the title of that song?
4) What is the title f his debut record released on Polydor records in1967 ?
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