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Lost In the 70's

written by: Gilligan
Most of us are pretty familiar with 70's musicians like Elton John, ABBA and Fleetwood Mac. But how many of you remember Starbuck or Andrew Gold? They were great in their day, but aren't exactly household names anymore. This is an audio quiz on the lesser known musicians of the 70's - the "one hit wonders" and the "no hit nobodies". Do you know your 70's music? Do you REALLY know it? This quiz will separate the men from the boys. Think you got what it takes? Then bring it!

Question 1:

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This band released "Whatcha Gonna Do?" in 1976, a single from their A Place in the Sun album which reached #6 on the Billboard charts.
Little River Band
Pablo Cruise

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Question 2:

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His song "Lonely Boy" begins with the lyrics "He was born on a summer day, 1951".
Gino Vanneli
Al Stewart
Eric Carmen
Andrew Gold

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Question 3:

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The song heard in the audio clip became the only hit single for this group in 1970.
The Blues Image
Looking Glass
Paper Lace

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Question 4:

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"God Gave Rock 'n Roll to You" was originally recorded by this band (before it became a hit for Kiss). However, their biggest hit was "Hold Your Head Up".
The Knack
Ozark Mountain Daredevils

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Question 5:

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The 1974 song heard in the audio clip was this artist's only top forty hit as a solo artist.
Rick Derringer
Gerry Rafferty
Tom Wopat
Gilbert O'Sullivan

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Question 6:

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This band heard in the audio clip had a few hits from 1970-71 with songs such as "Get Ready", but didn't achieve significant success afterwards.
Average White Band
Grand Funk Railroad
Ten Years After
Rare Earth

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Question 7:

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This Philadelphia group is best known for the song featured in the audio clip.
The Three Degrees
The Blackbyrds
Sister Sledge
The Emotions

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Question 8:

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This artist released a 1974 hit song describing a romance in the Arabian peninsula.
Maria Muldaur
Janis Ian
Joan Baez
Joni Mitchell

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Question 9:

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This singer/guitarist released the song "Poetry Man" in 1975.
Thelma Houston
Vicki Lawrence
Phoebe Snow
Anita Ward

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Question 10:

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This former Fleetwood Mac member released "Sentimental Lady" in 1977.
Todd Rundgren
Bob Welch
Harry Nilsson
David Soul

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Question 11:

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"I'd Love You to Want Me" and the song featured in the audio clip were successful recordings by this artist in the 1970's.
Terry Jacks
Stephen Bishop
Dan Hill

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Question 12:

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This porn star released "More, More, More (Pt. 1)" which went to #4 on the Billboard pop charts.
Linda Lavin
Maria Muldaur
Suzi Quatro
Andrea True

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