The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 1/14

Indeed! It’s Trivia Tuesday for Jan. 14th brought to us each Tuesday by the very cool folks at Omnivore Recordings! Your only place for all the music you never knew, you never knew! But! Before we get to this weeks question,  we’d like to recognize the very cool readers who correctly answered last weeks question, which was: We asked you to give us the titles of six Beatle songs that included a girls name in the title? Coming in first with more than 6 names was joltin’ Julie Ismert Way to go Jules! Next in “Fast” Fred Vogel Followed by Owen! With a nice clean up by Curtis Stone! Big SMS Congrats to the Three Gentlemen and The Lady! With Julie winning a very Groovey Omnivore C.D.

But now, it’s time for this weeks new Trivia Quiz: This week it’s a lyrical question, here’s your lyric… “Don’t know, what it means to hold you tight, being here alone tonight with you, it feels so right”….

Here’s what we need: Tell us the title to the song that includes the lyric just above and then tell us the title of the album that features this 60’s  Classic?

In summary,here’s what we need:

1) The title to the song that includes the above lyric?

2) The title of the album that includes the song?

And this week we’re offering a SMS semi-helpful hint… “It’s quite likely you’ve never heard this song on the radio! However it’s even more likely you have this classic among your 60’s record collection!”

And, as we like to say each week…” While you’re thumbing thru you’re classic vinyl collection or (God forbid) logging on to Wikipedia, why not take a minute and click on the Omnivore Recordings Homepage link provided below and start spending some of that Xmas bonus!



Remember, you can answer the weekly trivia quiz as often as you like, but can only win a Groovey Omnivore CD every 30 days!


    • Hey Owen,
      And, in the U.S. to add to the confusion, there was “P.S. I Love You” on Tollie records and “She Loves You” on Swan records! As you said…”Good times” indeed!

  1. “Hold Me Tight”. Album is, Meet The Beatles. THis lyric is from the bridge. Lennon and Mcartney always referred to the bridge as “the middle 8”. This album changed my life.

    • Hey Curtis,
      Regarding your comment on “Meet The Beatles” AMEN! Nothing was the same after that record! And regarding your reference to “The Middle Eight” Checkout our recent post about “Five surprising origins of popular Beatle songs” Specifically the story we shared about “Michelle” from “Rubber Soul” I think you’ll have a laugh!…
      Thanx Curtis,

    • Hey Fred,
      Of course you nailed it! But Owen beat you in by a mere 4 minutes!
      Thanx as always Fred for playing along!

    • Hey Owen,
      Yessir! First in and correct! But we have a question,, as you may know in the U.S. The Beatles debut L.P. Was titled “Meet The Beatles with a slightly different track line up! Was “With The Beatles in Canada identical to the U.K. version of With The Beatles?
      Thanx Owen and congrats on being FIRST IN!

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