The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 1 / 3 / 23

And YES! Happy New Year from the editors and staff at Sixties Music Secrets! Brought to us every Tuesday morning by all the Groovey people at Omnivore Recordings  your number one destination for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! And, as usual it’s here where we’d like to recognize all the brilliant readers who weighed in on last week’s question, But, last week we ren an “Encore Presentation” of a piece we originally posted back in 2018 all about The Beatles “White album”

But now! It’s time for the brand new SMS Trivia question for Tuesday  January 3rd: This weeks quiz is a lyrical question: Take a look at these two lyrics…

Lyric # 1: “The room was humming harder”

“As the ceiling flew away”

When we called out for another drink”

“The waiter brought a tray”

Lyric # 2 “ And as the gloom begins to fall”

I see there is no only all”

Although you came with sword held high”

You did not concur only die”

There are your two lyric’s, we need to know what song or song’s they appear in! We also need the name of the artist or artists who recorded these two unique classics from the mid sixties! Additionally and for SMS”Super Genius” status, Give us the names of the songwriters who wrote these progressive and unique Gems from 1967 (SMS editors note: There are potentially two correct answers to the songwriter question, both are acceptable).

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Remember, you can answer the weekly Trivia Quiz as often as you like, but can only win a cool Omnivore CD every 30 days! Finally, in order to win a groovey Omnivore CD, you must be the first reader in with all the correct answers to that week’s Trivia Question!…



  1. Actually, now that I think about it, A Whiter Shade of Pale is based on a Bach concerto I believe.

  2. 1. Whiter Shade of Pale, written by Gary Brooker and Matthew Fisher
    2. Conquistador, wriotten by Gary Brooker and Keith Reid

    Procol Harum

  3. A Whiter Shade of Pale and Conquistador by Procol Harum. I amazed myself in knowing the lyrics but I’d have to look up the writer(s) so I’ll stick with what I actually knew. Happy New Year to all.

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