The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 9 / 5…

G’ day and welcome ro the all new SMS Trivia Question for Tuesday Sept. 5th! Brought to us by all the Groovey people at Omnivore Recordings,  your perfect place for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! However, before we raise the curtain on this week’s all new question, we’d like to recognize all the brilliant readers who weighed in on last week’s quiz, which was all about The Beach Boys and their genre defining hit “Good Vibrations” First in with all the right answers was Mr. Steve, the Wizard Winogradsky! Hot on Steve’s heels was another long time loyal reader and a brilliant SMS “Super Genius” Mr. John Zambetti! Closing things out was another charter member SUPER GENIUS, our old friend and colleague Mr. Jeffery Conroy! Finally, just dropping in with his own set of “Good vibes” was our favorite bass player and old friend Mr. Curtis Stone! Thanx and well done my four fine friends! But now, it’s time for an all new SMS Trivia Question for September 5th.      Here’s your brand new question: Take a good look at the sentence just below…  

“Come and get it, day after day no matter what”

There you have it, we need you to give us the name of the popular 60’s group that is related to the sentence and just exactly why? Additionally,  give us the titles to at least two other songs from this talented and popular band ? Finally, explain how long time Beatles road manager Mail Evan’s was involved with the group?

In summary, here’s what we need:

1) Give us the name of the unusual and popular group that is related to the sentence above and just exactly how?

2) Give us at least two additional titles from this talented and troubled band ?

3) Explain how long time Beatles road manager Mal Evans was involved with the group?

Meanwhile, as you “Bite down” on this week’s question, why not take a moment, click on the link below and browse thru Omnivore’s catalog of the coolest music in the known world and beyond!



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  1. Badfinger
    The sentence is comprised of the titles to three of their songs.
    The only other song of theirs I can think of at this time is Baby Blue.
    Not sure of the Badfinger- Mal Evans connection.

    • Hey Fred!
      Way to go, as of now you are the only one to explain the significance of the sentence we posted!
      Well done Mr. V !

  2. I`m thinking the group is Badfinger, who at one point in time, were known as The Iveys.

    The song is Come And Get It.

    Thank you.

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