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Songs of '76

written by: Gilligan
 
Here's a look at an incredible year in music that began with "Frampton Comes Alive!" in January, and ended with "Hotel California" in December.

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This former Spooky Tooth keyboardist had two top 10 hits in 1976.
Warren Zevon
Leo Sayer
Gary Wright
Harry Nilsson


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This band's 1976 album featured a song about two young lovers with nothing better to do than "sit around the house, get high, and watch the tube".
The Steve Miller Band
The James Gang
The Alan Parsons Project
The Allman Brothers Band


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Question 3:


Complete the lyrics to this 1976 hit from the Starland Vocal Band: "When everything's a little clearer in the light of day.
And you know the night is always gonna be there any way. ____ ____ in flight. Afternoon delight. Afternoon delight."  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


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Their 1976 album, Arrival, was a worldwide success yielding several top 40 singles written by Andersson and Ulvaeus.
Bay City Rollers
Heart
Bee Gees
ABBA


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This group performed the song featured in the sound clip in front of Queen Elizabeth II and President Ford during the Bicentennial celebration at the White House.
Sonny & Cher
Captain & Tennille
The Carpenters
Fleetwood Mac


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Question 6:


Finish the lyrics to the 1976 hit, "Bohemian Rhapsody", by Queen: "I see a little silhouetto of a man, scaramouche, scaramouche will you do the ___________"
fandango
figaro-magnifico
Galileo
thunderbolt and lightning

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Joan Jett and Lita Ford were members of this band which released their debut album in 1976.
The New York Dolls
The Runaways
The Youngbloods
The Blackhearts


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Question 8:


Which 1976 rock anthem begins with the lyrics: "Well, woke up this morning with a wine glass in my hand. Whose wine? What wine? Where the hell did I dine? Must have been a dream, I don't believe where I've been. Come on, let's do it again."
Free Bird
Hard Luck Woman
Do You Feel Like We Do?
Taking It To The Streets

Question 9:

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Brother Michael, Auntie Gin, Sister Suzy, and Martin Luther are names mentioned in a 1976 hit by this artist.
Badfinger
Dokken
Wings
Electric Light Orchestra


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Question 10:


Complete the lyrics to this 1976 hit by Wild Cherry: "And just when it hit me somebody turned around and shouted - Play that funky music white boy. Play that funky music right. Play that funky music white boy. Lay down _______ and play that funky music till you die."
ya money
some honey
somethin' groovy
the boogie

Question 11:

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His 1976 album, Songs in the Key of Life, won a Grammy for best album of the year.
George Benson
Billy Preston
Marvin Gaye
Stevie Wonder


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Question 12:

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"Love Machine (Part 1)" by The Miracles was knocked off the #1 Billboard chart position by the song featured in the sound clip. Which artist released this hit in 1976?
The Grass Roots
The Four Seasons
The Box Tops
The Tokens


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The 1976 hit "You Should Be Dancing" by the Bee Gees was featured in the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever.
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True


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This artist's biggest hit was a duet with Elton John in 1976.
Suzi Quatro
Kiki Dee
Rita Coolidge
Maxine Nightingale


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This talented group released their tenth album in 1976 which contained the #1 hit featured in the sound clip.
Chicago
Blood, Sweat and Tears
Manhattan Transfer
Bread


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Question 16:


Which of the following songs was a hit for the Bellamy Brothers in 1976?
50 Ways To Leave Your Lover
Cat's in the Cradle
Love Hangover
Let Your Love Flow

Question 17:


Name the 1976 hit that contains the following lyrics: "I says, pig pen, this here's the rubber duck. We just aint a-gonna pay no toll. So we crashed the gate doing ninety-eight. I says let them truckers roll, 10-4."
Four Wheel Cowboy
Convoy
Wolf Creek Pass
Black Bear Road

Question 18:


Manfred Mann's Earth Band had a big hit in 1976 with "Blinded by Light", a song written and originally recorded by this musician.
Bruce Sprinsteen
Jackson Browne
Bruce Hornsby
John Mellencamp

Question 19:

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This group first hit the charts in 1961. Fifteen years later they scored a #2 Billboard hit with the song featured in the sound clip.
The Isley Brothers
The Four Tops
The Spinners
The Miracles


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Question 20:


Which of the following songs was not released in 1976?
"Centerfold" by the J. Geils Band
"More Than a Feeling" by Boston
"I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" by England Dan and John Ford Coley
"Rhiannon" by Fleetwood Mac

 


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