The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 2/2

Well! Heck yeah, it’s Trivia Tuesday for February 2nd! Brought to us by “All the Groovey people” at Omnivore Recordings! The only place in the known world for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! However, before we get into this week’s question, we’d like to recognize “All the Groovey people” who weighed in on last week’s question, which was: All about the “Call/Answer lyrics to Neil Sedaka’s 60’s classic “Calendar Girl.” First in with ALL the correct answers (12) in tiotal and for the second week in a row, was Ms. Julie Ismert! Way to go Jules, and we hope you enjoy the Groovey new Omnivore CD! Following Ms. Is. was Edmund Clark Simmons!  Great Job Mr. Ed! Closing it all out was our old friend Mr. Curtis Stone! Yaaye! Curtis! But next week Curtis, we insist you answer the question! Are ya with me my brother?

But now! Here’s the new Trivia Question for this week:We’re going a bit deep this week but,  Give us the title of the only classic 60’s song that includes the names of three So. Calif. cities’  in it’s title ? This classic “tongue twister” of a song was originally released as an album cut, but over the years it’s become a huge fan favorite! And, we’re hear with a couple of hints! This great song is about a club, specifically a “Car Club”  The lyric actually name checks two of it’s members, so naturally we need their two names ? Lastly what magazines did the club members read ?

In summary, here’s what we need:

1) The title of this classic 60’s song that includes the names of three So. Calif. cities IN THE TITLE!

2) Give us the names of two “club members” who are named in the song ?

3) The names of the magazine’s they read ?

4) The name of the popular duo who recorded this classic ?

5)Give us the titles to at least three more of their hits ?

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  1. You’re right good buddy; we’re definitely in the weeds here! I recognized some of the elements here. This crazy song by Jan & Dean (The Anaheim, Aqua, Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review & Timing Ass.) loony tune was not a song in my ears when it comes to Jan & Dean. The name drops I had to research (Patience Proper & Prudence Prim. Play Boy Mac. was also researched. But what a time of growing up, being in H.S. and seeing all those very cool tricked out and well manicured Cheves, Fords, Chryslers!
    s÷ you later “Shoe….wood

  2. I should have included the full title:

    “The Anaheim, Azusa & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review
    and Timing Association”

    • Hey Owen,
      You’re in first! Sort of, but between your two answers you did nail the question!

    • O..I think that’s the longest song title in 60’s history.. ..Although more recently Fall Out Boy had…”I’VE GOT A DARK ALLEY AND A BAD IDEA THAT SAYS YOU SHOULD SHUT YOUR MOUTH'” and Panic at the Disco had. “THERE’S A GOOD REASON THESE TABLES ARE NUMBERED HONEY, YOU JUST HAVEN’T THOUGHT OF IT YET'”. But, is it really music if it isn’t from the 60″s? Maybe that’s another subject for another day…Stay safe

  3. Owen nailed it. Anaheim, Azusa and Cucamonga. I always thought of Cucamonga as, Rancho Cucamonga. Cucamonga was kind of an adjective in my circle. When someone was losing it, we would say, “Dude, man, that guy is Cucamonga!!!” Anyway, Jan and Dean were the artists. They had a string of surf/car hits like; Surf City, Little Old Lady From Pasadena and the ironic, Dead Man’s Curve. Them, along with the Beach Boys, were the surf/car kings of SoCal. Patience Proper and Prudence Prim were members of the Sewing circle and read Playboy and Hot Rod news.

    • Hey Curtis,
      Yeah, Owen did get in first! But I love the added “Color” you bring to the answer! I especially enjoyed your gangs’ use of the name “Cucamonga”…
      Always great when you drop by!

  4. 1) Anaheim, Azusa & Cucamonga
    2) Patience Proper and Prudence Prim
    3) They read Playboy magazine and Hot-Rod News
    4) Jan and Dean
    5) Drag City; Popsicle; Baby Talk

  5. Anaheim, Azuza, blah blah blah.
    Jan & Dean, but not much else for answers, including that long song title.

    Dead Mans Curve, Surf City, Drag City.

    Just not sure about the others, so about 40% on this one. Haha

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