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Still "Reelin' and Rockin'" (Chuck Berry) from the "Tragedy" (Thomas Wayne) of WRKO's Top 300 "Weekend" (Kingsmen), we nevertheless will try to "return to those thrilling days of yesteryear" (William Tell Overture), and come up with another Crimson quiz on "Those Oldies But Goodies" (Little Caesar & Romans). "I Got a Feeling." (Ricky Nelson) that memories "Maybe" (Chantels) growing short, and present freshmen, anyway, are "So Young" (Students), so we're added a lot of trash to the official "Big Beat" (Fats Domino) "Field of Concentration" (Dean Watson). Answers can be submitted to the Crimson building by "Tomorrow" (Shirelles), but "Don't" (Elvis) look for "Money" (Barret Strong) or any prize beyond "Publicity" (Loyd Price). "Sincerely," (Moonglows)
P.S. I Love You (Hilltoppers)
Complete these pairings that symbolized great romances in the golden past:
1. Tan Shoes and...
2. A Rose and...
3. A White Sportcoat and...
What cities were honored in song titles by these artists?
4. Wilber Harrison
5. U.S. Bonds
6. Chuck Berry
7. Joiner Jr. High School Marching Band
Square Pegs Who Fit
Who sang of these immortal lovers?
8. Johnny Jingo
9. Oliver Twist
11. Johnny Angel
12-13. Two famous telephone numbers advertising love at any time are identical except for the first of seven digits. What are the numbers, and whose are they?
For History Majors
14. New Orleans
What long and illustrious careers were launched by these smashes?
17. "I Met Him on a Sunday"
18. "I Wonder Why"
19. "Dede Dinah"
20. "That'll Be the Day"
Name the artists behind these iconoclastic tunes:
21. "He's A Rebel"
22. "The Rebel"
23. "Rebel Rouser"
Who sang these horrible songs?
24. "Dinner With Dracula"
25. "Monster Mash"
26. "Alvin's Harmonica"
27.-29. Name three female singers who have recorded with Marvin Gaye.
Was it Joe, Tom, Jimmy, George, Dalton or Bo Jones that sang these songs?
30. "Tiger By the Tail"
31. "You Talk Too Much"
32. "Good Timin'"
33. "It's Not Unusual"
What is the solitary big hit that lives on for each of these artists?
34. Robin Luke
35. Jimmy Bowen
36. Donny Brooks
37. Johnny Ace
Who sputtered these classic punctuations?
39. Oo-ee-oo-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bing-bang
41. For what group was Len Barry originally the lead singer?
42. Shep & Limelights's "Daddy's Home" was a rehash of what all-time classic?
A Boy and a Girl
What were the duets that made these songs popular?
43. Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb
44. Love Is Strange
45. Over The Mountain
46. La Dee Dah
48. Lucky Penny
From what songs do these charming couplets stand out?
49. "She thinks her advice is the constitution, But if she would leave that would be the solution"
50. "You get a nickel, I'll get a dime, We'll go out and buy some wine"
51. "Ue o muite aruko, namida ga kobore nai yoni Omoidasu haru no hi, hitori bochi no yoru"
52. "Your separate parts are not unknown, But the way you assemble them's all your own"
Early rock'n 'roll stars were not unaware of the greats that preceded them. Who, for example, sang these songs:
54. Run, Samson, Run
55. Stupid Cupid
Who sang these songs that paid particular attention to a certain first person singular pronoun, nominative case:
56. A Fool Such As I
57. It was I
What were the hits that first brought these groups to national prominence?
59. Four Seasons
60. Everly Brothers
61. Kingston Trio
Very Low, Indeed
Can you find a common denominator in the titles of a song each by:
63. The Dovelles
64. Little Joey & Flips
65. Bobby Comstock & Counts
Fact, Not Opinion
66-68. Who is the worst singer in rock 'n'roll history, and what was his first hit? his biggest hit? any other song ho "sang"?
What insects do you associate with the following:
69. "You Were Mine"
70. Charlie Gracie
71. "Please Please Me"
72. Billy & Lilly
How Far Is Love?
What distances figured in song titles by these artists?
73. Four Preps
74. Duane Eddy
75. Chubby Checker
Turn It Over
The following songs were big hits, but their flip sides were even bigger. What were the other sides, or if that stumps you, who sang these?
76. Hound Dog
81. Every Breath I Take
82. Every Beat of My Heart
83. Every Day I Have to Cry Scme
Who made these never-to-be-forgotten comparisons:
84. "And lots of wavy hair like Liberace
85. "And like a Northwest Mountie, you know I'll bring her in"
86. "I like it like that"
87-100. For the final 14 points, identify and discuss the following proposition:
"Rock 'n' Roll Is Here to Stay"
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