The SMS Trivia Question Of The Week!

YES! It’s TrTriviauesday for March 5th! And remember, this week and every week the SMS Trivia Question is brought to us by the Fab Folks at Omnivore Recordings! Your number one destination for the tastiest music in the Universe!

But, before this week’s question, we’d like to recognize all of the very cool readers who answered last week’s question, which was: We asked you to match up 6 “Brother Acts” from the 60’s with 6 Hits from the 60’s? We’re pleased to report that The Mail Room in the palatial offices and studios of SMS was flooded with answers from most of the coolest people on the planet!

Included in this week’s winners circle is Thee Brilliant Jimmy Ray Flynn who is this week’s winner of a very groovey CD courtesy of the generous folks at Omnivore Recordings Way to go Jimmy, “Dig The Sounds”

Additional brilliant readers who were in early with all the correct answers include Steven Winogradsky Who was first in with not only the correct answer but a whole bunch of “EXTRA CREDIT”  Way to go Steve, and congrats for once more, being this  week’s SUPER GENIUS!   Fred Vogel dropped in just on the heels of Mr. Winogradsky. Hey Fred, “Close But no cigar”  this week. Right on the heels of Fred was Mark L. Chapman,  always great when you drop in Mark!

Also weighing in close behind this week’s FAB FOUR are Libbie Jo Snyder, Denise Shoemaker, and Ron Wood! All loyal and brilliant contributors to Sixties Music Secrets! Big SMS congrats to all you very cool Ladies and Gents!

But Now! It’s time for this week’s Trivia Question: This week’s question is an Anagram,  And here’s the set up: For Clarity and to remain Gender Non-Specific, we will refer to our Anagram as They or Them, rather than He or She and Their or Their’s rather than His or Hers!

Here’s Your Anagram: Ogreish Groaner ?  Unscramble the Anagram and tell us                                                             the correct title to the first song they recorded and released that was WRITTEN OR CO-WRITTEN by them?

Lastly, just below is a link to Omnivore’s home page where you can browse thru all their great stuff, while you consider this week’s question!

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Remember, you can answer the Trivia Question as often as you like, but can only win a groovey CD every two weeks!

~SMS

 

2 Comments

  1. Ok, so this is just a guess. George Harrison of the Beatles and the first song was “love me do” written by John Lennon

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