“Attention is the real Sixth Sense” An old friend of ours would always say that whenever things got complicated! And today’s question will indeed challange your powers of attention and perception! This week’s challange is of course made possible by our “Fab Friends” at Omnivore Recordings! Your number one destination for all the music you didn’t know, You didn’t know!
Meanwhile, before we get to this week’s guestion, we want to acknowledge the Groovey readers who showed up for last week’s question which was: How many of Peter and Gordon’s hits can you name that featured the writer credit of Lennon / McCartney? The correct answer is Four, and they are “A World Without Love” “ I Don’t Want To See You Again” “Nobody I Know” and “Woman” Only one reader got them all right! Steven Winogradsky was first in like a bullett. Way to go Steven! Mr. Fred Vogel also dropped in with a little good cheer!Thanx Fred!
But, it is now indeed time for this week’s Trivia Question: Give us the title to this classic track from the late Sixties ( which we know you had in your collection ) that makes reference to:
1) Colored cotton’s hanging in the air
2) “Charming Snakes
3) Striped Djellebas
And as we like to do: Super Sixties extra credit to anyone who can explain exactly what a “Striped Djelleba is?
In Summary: Give us the title to this incredible classic song that features the three items listed above!? Tell us the name of the classic act that made it so popular? And lastly, Whom, wrote the song?
And, of course there’s the pesky definition of a “Striped Djelleba”?
As you travel a little deeper into the bizarre / Bazaar, why not click the link we provided below to Omnivore Recordings Homepage and browse the coolest music in the land!
Remember, you can answer the Trivia Question as often as you like but can only win a Groovey Omnivore CD every two weeks! Good Luck!