The SMS Trivia Question of the Week 9/8

Yessiree! It’s “Trivia Tuesday” for Sept. 8th! Brought to us each Tuesday by the super-fine folks at Omnivore Recordings! Thee only place for all the music you didn’t know, you didn’t know! But! before we get to this weeks question we’d like to take a moment to recognize the brilliant readers who answered last weeks question, which was: A lyrical question! We quoted a line of lyric from a classic hit from 1968 and asked you to give us the title of the song that includes the lyric, who sang it, and who wrote it? The correct answers are “MacArthur Park, Richard Harris and Jimmy Webb! First in with all the right answers and more was our old friend and long time “SMS Super Genius” Mr. Edmund Clark Simmons! Great Job Mr. Ed, Following Ed was a relatively new reader with all the correct answers and lots of details was Mr. Clark Besch! Way to rock Clark! Jeeze you guys know your stuff! Speaking of knowing their stuff, Mr. Fred Vogel  also was there with “All the Right Stuff” Yeah Freddie baby!

But Now! It’s time for the new SMS Trivia quetion of the Week! And this week’s  question is an Anagram and a little bit more!

Here’s your Anagram: “Lack true pal”…There you go Tell us who that unscrambles to become, give us the titles to at least three of their many hits? Lastly to attain SMS Super Genius status, explain the connection between our Anagram and legendary film maker Charlie Chaplin, pictured above?

In summary, here’s what we need:

1) Who is “Lack true pal” ?

2) Give us the titles to at least three of their many hits ?

3) Explain the connection between our Anagram and the Legendary Charlie Chaplin ?

Lastly, as you consider “The Tramp” take a moment and click on the below link to Omnivore Recordings HomePage and browse thru the coolest music in the known world!

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Remember, you can answer the weekly trivia question as often as you like, but can only win a Groovey Omnivore CD every 30 days!

~SMS

2 Comments

  1. Petula Clark–Chaplin clue gave it away.

    2. Color My World, Downtown, Don’t Give Up (i like obscure hits)
    3. Charlie wrote This is my Song.

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