The SMS Trivia Question of the week 1 / 4

Sixties music secrets photoHappy New Year and welcome to the very first Trivia Quiz for 2022! And just like every year since SMS debuted in 2016, the weekly trivia quiz is brought to us by all the very Groovey folks at Omnivore Recordings! Your only real option for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! But! Before we get to this weeks unusual question, we’d like to recognize the brilliant readers who weighed in on last week’s question, which was : All about John Sebastian, The Lovin’ Spoonful and their 60’s classic “Did You Ever Have. To Make Up Your Mind” Although several readers showed up and shared comments, the first reader to log on and correctly answered the question was Mr. Ken Jones! Way to go Ken! Tom Slocumm followed Ken and “Batting clean up was our old friend who is not in The Rolling Stones, but he knows his stuff and his name is Ronnie Wood! Congrats gents and a cool Omnivore CD goes out to Ken!

But now, It’s time for the new Trivia Question of the Week: We’re going to change things up a bit! For the first time since SMS debuted in 2016, the staff and management here in the palatial offices and studio’s of SMS were unable to meet our own deadline for this weeks trivia quiz! So we are turning to you dear reader! Yes, this week we are asking YOU to post YOUR best trivia question for everyone’s consideration Yep, post your question in the comments area and we’ll take the best one or ones, and turn them into the SMS Trivia Question of the week for next Tuesday Jan. 11th. giving you full credit, of course. Meanwhile, we’ll have a final glass of Eggnog and take the rest of the day off…

So, this week’s question is “What’s YOUR question” ?

Finally, as you’re working on your question, why not take a break and click on the link below and browse thru Omnivore Recordings catalog of the grooviest 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 CD every 30 days!



    • If that’s what you are proposing for next week’s question, McCartney’s favorite Beatles song, it would be a great one. It sent me scurrying to the net to see what I could find, and the answer is surprising! But coming from the horse’s mouth, as it were, you have to respect it. Of all the amazing McCartney songs, to think he would choose this one just boggles my mind. . . . although if you let all your high minded, sophisticated values go, and just key in on what you like, I get it.
      If Rick chooses this question, and because I cheated, I will wait to post the answer until after others give it a try/
      As a side, it is equally interesting to learn that his favorite song of all time is Brian Wilson’s “God Only Knows”. I agree with him there. When I hear that one it just melts my soul.

      • Hey Jim, Denise, Bill and Clark,
        My intention for next eeek is to take your questions and combine them as next Tuesday’s Trivia Quiz!
        Thanx to all of you, these are great!

  1. Okay, here’s my challenge. Name as many 60’s songs with “Girl” or another female term in the title. One point per song. I have my list started.

  2. 1. What do Stayin’ In by Bobby Vee and Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye by the Casinos have in common?

    2. What do Mr. Bassman by Johnny Cymbal and Cinnamon by Derek have in common?

  3. Mark Lindsay is well known for his inhaling and exhaling as loud as possible on many Raiders hits. What number one hit SOUNDS like the lead singer is also doing that, but in reality, it is NOT he who does makes this oxygenated sound on the group’s number one hit?

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