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Hey, Hey, We're the Sixties

written by: Gilligan
 
Here's an audio quiz on great music from 1960's bands that took a page from the Beatles' playbook.

Question 1:

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Which member of The Monkees sings lead on the 1967 hit ""A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You"?
Peter Tork
Mike Nesmith
Davy Jones
Mickey Dolenz


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Question 2:

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What is the name of the song by The Animals featured in the audio clip?
Don't Bring Me Down
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
It's My Life
Spill the Wine


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Question 3:

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Which band recorded the song featured in the audio clip, a track from their critically acclaimed album, Odessey and Oracle?
The Cyrkle
The Turtles
The Zombies
The Buckinghams


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Question 4:

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Which of the following songs was not recorded by The Turtles?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Elenore
She'd Rather Be With Me
I'm Into Something Good
Happy Together


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Question 5:

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They could've been contenders. This group has gained a reputation as one of the great lost missing links of '60s rock: massive talent unaccountably caught in a dead-end. The most successful UK indie record label of the 90's takes its name from this band.
Moby Grape
The Electric Prunes
The Creation
The Soft Boys


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Question 6:

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Which of the following guitarists was never a member of The Yardbirds?
Jimmy Page
Eric Clapton
Ritchie Blackmore
Jeff Beck


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Question 7:

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The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was a 1968 film containing performances by John Lennon, Jethro Tull, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, and this group who stole the show with their amazing performance of the song, "A Quick One" (featured in the audio clip).
The Hollies
The Kinks
The Troggs
The Who


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Question 8:

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"Needles and Pins" was a recording by what band from Liverpool?
The New Seekers
The Searchers
The Fortunes
The Youngbloods


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Question 9:

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To boost record sales during the British Invasion many American bands adopted British sounding names. This group, featured in the audio clip, was actually from Chicago.
The Rockin' Vicars
The Buckinghams
The Merseybeats
The Churchills


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Although hardly remembered in the U.S., this band was one of the most influential bands to come out of the British Invasion. Their record S. F. Sorrow is arguably the first rock opera, and their 1970 album Parachute was named Rolling Stone Magazine's Album of the Year.
Harpers Bazaar
The Seeds
The Creation
Pretty Things


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This song by The Small Faces discusses the joys of getting high and feeding the ducks with a bun.
Wanstead Flats
Lazy Sunday
Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake
Itchycoo Park


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They were the first Scottish group to ever top the UK chart. Their song "Reflections Of My Life" (1969) made the U.S. top 10.
Blue Magoos
Badfinger
Marmalade
King Crimson


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Question 13:

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This popular 1960's band from Birmingham, England would evolve into The Electric Light Orchestra.
The Knack
The Move
Gerry and the Pacemakers
The Dave Clark Five


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Question 14:

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The song featured in the audio clip, "Ride My See Saw", was recorded by the same band that recorded "Nights in White Satin".
False
True


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The Nazz were a Beatlesque psychedelic garage rock band from the 1960's fronted by this gifted musician. Their modest hits included "Open My Eyes" (featured in the sound clip) and "Hello It's Me", a song he would popularize in the 1970's as a solo artist.
Edgar Winters
Cliff Richard
Harry Nilsson
Todd Rundgren


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Question 16:

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In 1967, this band hopped on The Beatles' psychedelic bandwagon and recorded an album with great similarity to Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band entitled Their Satanic Majesties Request.
The Rolling Stones
The Who
Black Sabbath
Deep Purple


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