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Sounds of the Sixties

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This quiz will be about music from the 1960's. I am sure that everybody loved this music. How could you not? I have supplied ten questions and now all you have to do is supply ten answers. I have done my part and now it is up to you to take the next step. Good luck and start quizzing!

Question 1:

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The song "Respect" was a big hit song for this legendary singer in 1967.
Aretha Franklin
Billie Holiday
Shirley Bassey
Etta James


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This singer had a huge hit song in 1964 with the song "My Boy Lollipop".
Petula Clark
Connie Francis
Millie Small
Carole King


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This person was stomping all over the music charts in 1966 with "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'.
Nancy Sinatra
Shelley Fabares
Little Peggy March
Nanette Fabray


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Question 4:

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"Lady Willpower" was a huge hit song for this group in 1968.
Dion and the Belmonts
The Byrds
Gary Puckett & The Union Gap
The Animals


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Name this song which was a #1 hit on the U.S charts for Otis Redding in 1968?
Ode to Billie Joe
Ghetto Child
Young, Gifted and Black
(Sittin' On) the Dock of the Bay


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Question 6:

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The 60's song, "I Started a Joke" was a hit song for this group that hailed from England.
Herman's Hermits
The Bee Gees
The Beatles
The Dave Clark Five


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This singer gave us the 1966 hit "Like a Baby".
Len Barry
Barry McGuire
Jim Sheridan lll
Sgt. Barry Sadler


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Question 8:

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This female singer had a huge hit in 1968 with "Those Were the Days".
Mary Wells
Melanie
Mary Hopkin
Jeannie C. Riley


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Question 9:

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In 1969, this group was letting the whole whole world know that they loved everybody "More Today Than Yesterday".
The Spiral Starecase
Left Banke
Smoke Rise
The Friends of Distinction


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The song "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" was the only ever #1 U.S. hit for this band in 1969.
Procol Harum
Steam
Poco
Sweet


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