The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 12 / 14

Sixties music secrets photoYou better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why,  the all new Trivia Quiz for Tuesday December 14th IS HERE! Brought to us all year long by those very Merry folks at Omnivore Recordings! Your only option for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! But, Before we unwrap this weeks question, we’d like to recognize all the naughty and nice readers who chimed in on last week’s question! Which was: All about the two 60’s classic’s that include the words “Zebra Skin” in their lyrics’ Only one reader showed up with his usual encyclopedic 60’s memory! Mr. Jeff Conroy!…The Lone “Super Genius”! Congrats yet again Mr. “C” Yep, just one reader and FYI  the two songs are “Little Egypt” by the Drifters and “Ahab the Arab by Ray Stevens!

But now, it’s time for the brand new Trivia Question of the week: This week’s question is an Anagram and here it is: “Blam!… No Car”  There you go, our Anagram is best known as one of the pioneers of “Glam Rock” in the 70’s, but  he got his start with a chance appearance on the British music programme “Ready Steady Go” in 1965! As a further hint,  unfortunately, this weeks Anagram is thick with very sad irony! So, tell us who our Anagram unscrambles to Become ? Which 60’s Superstar did he work with and shared a close friendship ? Lastly,  give us at least two song titles he wrote and recorded ?

In summary, here’s what we need:

1) Who does “Blam!… No Car” unscramble to become ?

2) Which 60’s Superstar did he work with and shared a close friendship  ?

3) Lastly, give us at least two song titles he wrote  and recorded ?

Meanwhile, while your moving those 9 letters around, take a moment and click on the link below and browse Omnivore Recordings awesome catalog of the coolest music in the known world and beyond!



Remember, you can play the trivia question as often as you like, but can only win a very cool Omnivore CD every 30 days!



  1. Can I replace Mr. Page with David Bowie?
    I forgot about that friendship.

    Upon additional research, I found the movie “Born To Boogie” which I missed in his heyday, produced and directed by Ringo. Gonna watch it today, perfect rainy day movie, I hope…

  2. Well, it’s time to “Get It On”
    Marc Bolan (Mr. T Rex)
    His 1st single, “The Wizard” featured Jimmy Page and worked on other material together.
    “Ride the White Swan” And …”Get It On”

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