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Motown - Music and Memories

written by: amargi
If you are old enough to remember Classic Motown, you should do well on this quiz.

Question 1:

Berry Gordy founded Motown Records on January 12th of what year?

Question 2:

One of the first groups Berry Gordy signed to Motown was called The Matadors. They later changed their name to which of the following?
The Contours
The Miracles
The Spinners
The Four Tops

Question 3:

What was the first Motown song to land in the top 3 of the charts?
Money (That's What I Want) - Barrett Strong
Come to Me - Marv Johnson
Beechwood 45789 - Marvelettes
You Beat Me to the Punch - Mary Wells

Question 4:

What was Motown's first #1 pop hit?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Please Mr. Postman - The Marvelettes
Do You Love Me - The Contours
Shop Around - The Miracles
My Guy - Mary Wells

Question 5:

Smokey Robinson was their lead singer, but who were the 'Miracles'?
Ron, Pete , Bobby and Claudette
Sylvester, Freddie, Gregg and Cynthia
Clarence, James, Dennis and Jean
Tony, Paul, Herb and Zola

Question 6:

Sometimes known as "The Queen of Motown", Mary Wells had several big hits until her departure from the label in 1965. Which of these was her first?
The One Who Really Loves You
Two Lovers
Your Old Standby
You Beat Me to the Punch

Question 7:

Smokey Robinson's wife stopped touring with The Miracles in 1964 due to health reasons and left the band permanently.

Question 8:

Motown had many great female groups in the 1960's. This group, originally known as 'The Del-Phis' and then 'The Vels' had a top 10 hit with this tune that went to #8 on the pop charts in the fall of 1963.
The Marvelettes
The Velvelettes
Diana Ross and The Supremes
Martha Reeves and The Vandellas

Question 9:

The Four Tops were one of Motown's premiere groups for a long time, going for over 40 years without a single change in their line-up.

Question 10:

Who replaced David Ruffin in the Temptations?
Eddie Kendricks
Jimmy Ruffin
Richard Street
Dennis Edwards

Question 11:

This group, (that formed in 1957), had some minor hits before signing with Motown, but their biggest success came after they left the label.
The Vancouvers
The Jackson 5
The Isley Brothers
Gladys Knight and the Pips

Question 12:

The Mynah Birds were a minor group that was signed to Motown in 1966. Its members included Neil Young and Bruce Palmer (both future members of "Buffalo Springfield'). What other member of this group had quite a bit of success as a solo artist?
Rick Springfield
James Taylor
Rick James
Bruce Springstein

Question 13:

Marvin Gaye was a great solo artist, but also had many wonderful duets with the various ladies of Motown. Who was his partner on the classic, 'It Takes Two'?
Kim Weston
Diana Ross
Tammi Terrell
Mary Wells

Question 14:

Who replaced Florence Ballard in The Supremes?
Jean Terrell
Scherrie Payne
Barbara Martin
Cindy Birdsong

Question 15:

What LP did Stevie Wonder release in 1972 that told the world he was on his way?
Music of My Mind
Fulfillingness' First Finale
Uptight (Everything's Alright)
Signed Sealed and Delivered


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