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Horn Bands of the 70's

written by: goodboring
 
Try this quiz on the horn bands that appeared and grew to fame in the period 1970-1980.

Question 1:


This band charted its first 'horn band' hit, the cover of Brenda Holloway's "You've Made Me So Very Happy," in early 1969.
Ides of March
Chicago
Chase
Blood, Sweat & Tears

Question 2:


Which of these is not a song on horn band's Blood, Sweat & Tears second, self-titled album?
Spinning Wheel
Lucretia MacEvil
And When I Die
Smiling Phases

Question 3:


Rock band Chicago had to change their name due to a legal problem. What was the band's original name?
People's Energy
Chicago Transit Authority
Com Edison
Midway Field

Question 4:


What was the name of Chicago's legendary guitarist, who died of an accidental, self-inflicted gunshot wound in January 1978?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 5:


This band from Chicago had some regional success in the mid '60s, but adding horns in 1969 proved to be their "vehicle" to a national breakthrough. "Vehicle" was their first major hit single.
Ides of March
Sugarloaf
Chase
The Buckinghams

Question 6:


Lighthouse, a band that added an amplified violin and viola to the line up, originated in what city?
San Francisco
New York
Vancouver
Toronto

Question 7:


Name the horn band and its leader, famous for performing the 1970 hit single "Get It On".
Bill Champlin - Sons of Champlin
Bill Chase - Chase
Phil Hightower - Tower of Power
John Phillip Sousa - The Ides of March

Question 8:


Name the lead singer for the Ides of March, who has also performed with other notable bands such as 38 Special, Chase, and Survivor.
Jim Peterik
Johnny Frigo
Danny Seraphine
Bobby Colomby

Question 9:


Who was legendary vocalist of jazz-rock band Blood, Sweat & Tears?
Peter Cetera
Jerry Fisher
David Clayton-Thomas
Larry Willis

Question 10:


American rock singer and producer Genya Ravan sang for what West Coast horn band?
Gentle Giant
Tower of Power
Sons of Champlin
Ten Wheel Drive

 


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