The SMS Trivia Question Of The Week 9 / 26…

Yes indeed! It’s time for an all new Trivia Quiz for Tues September 26th! 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! However, before we unveil this week’s quiz we’d like to recognize the brilliant readers who weighed in on last week’s question, which was all about the remarkable and talented Gary U.S. Bonds! First in with all the right answers was the always brilliant Mr. Andrew Taylor! Way to go Drew,  a new Omnivore Recordings CD is winging it’s way to you even as we type! Following Andrew is the “Ever on it” Mr. Jeffery Conroy with everything right and righteous! Congrats yet again Mr. C ! Following Jeff Mr. Steven the wiz Winogradsky  chimed in but came in just a wee bit short on last week’s quiz! Hey Steve, This May Be A First!  Finally wrapping things up with everything we needed was Super long time charter member SUPER GENIUS  Mr. John Zambetti!  Congratulations to a truly qualified


But now, it’s time for the brand new Trivia Quiz for Tuesday September 26th!:


Here’s your question… Which popular and successful 60’s artist scored a number one record in December of 1965 with a song whose lyrics are taken verbatim from The King James Version of The Bible (1611) ? Of course we want you to tell us the name of the great 60’s band who enjoyed the hit from “The Good Book”? We also need the title of this unusual mega – hit song ? Additionally we need the name of the “Folk Music” icon who actually adapted this pious tome ? Finally, to win a Groovey Omnivore C.D. and to qualify for SMS Super Genius status, give us the title of  the specific passage that includes the lyric?

In summary, here’s what we need:

1) Give us the name of the 60’s Super Stars, who, scored a number one hit with a song whose lyric’s were taken directly from The King James Version of The Bible, in December 1965 ?

2) Give us the full title of this 60’s Mega – Hit ?

3) Give us the name of the “Folk Music icon who adapted this pious tome ?

4) Give us the title to the specific passage in The Bible that includes the lyric ?

5) Lastly, give us the titles to at least three more hits from this great west coast aggregation ?

Meawhile, as you struggle to remember exactly where you put your “Good Book” Take a minute, click on the link just below and browse Omnivores 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 C.D. Every 30 days…



  1. Ecclesiastical 1-8.. The Byrds, Pete Seger, 8 miles high, feel a while not better, Mr tambourine man, NAN… one of my favorite 60s bands.. Hillman and Crosby went on to do great things. Mcguin did week for himself as well..

  2. 1. The Byrds
    2. Turn, Turn, Turn
    3. Pete Seeger
    4. ??
    5. My Back Pages, Mr. Tambourine Man, I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better

  3. Byrds
    Turn, Turn. Turn (To Every Season)
    Pete Seeger
    Eclesiastes⁸ (sp?)
    Mr. Tambourine Man, Eight Miles High, Feel A Whole Lot Better

  4. I’m going out on a limb today…
    The Byrds
    The sequence of lyrics have been rearranged from the King Jimmy Book
    Turn Turn Turn
    Bob Dylan ‘Percy’s Song’
    Mr. Tamborine Man, 8 Miles High, SO you Wanna Be A Rock and Roll Star

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