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Songs That Characterized the 70s #3
"Another 15 questions about songs that helped shape that marvellous 70's sound. The majority of this quiz leans more towards soft rock."
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The music of Seals and Croft is said to be light and breezy. Which of the following seasons made them feel fine in 1972?
The late Jim Croce had a penchant for saving time. Harry Chapin recommended he do a Time Management course but Croce found an easier solution. What did he save time in?
'I can see Deirdre now, Lorraine has gone' aren't the correct lyrics, but hopefully you'll guess the title to this much covered song. Whose hit was it originally?
Which fellow singer was Roberta Flack paying tribute to in her song 'Killing Me Softly?'
When Fleetwood Mac employed the talents of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, mainstream success was immediate for the band. Their classic self-titled album of '75 paved the way. Which band member contributed the song 'Rhiannon?'
Who was 'Reelin' in the Years' back in '72?
Captain and Tennille
In the year ABBA were taking 'A Chance On Me' and Queen declared; 'We Are the Champions', what were the Little River Band doing?
Walking on the Moon
Playing to Win
Lost in Love
'Nobody Does It Better' than Bond. James Bond. The song is the theme for 'The Spy Who Loved Me' but do you know who sang it?
The mass of the Rolling Stones creative output belong to the '60s, but their '71 LP 'Sticky Fingers' was one of their best. Which of the following lyrics start off the song 'Brown Sugar?'
"When the wind blows and the rain feels cold"
"Childhood living - is easy to do"
"Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields"
"It is the evening of the day - I sit and watch the children play"
Who declared 'The Boys Are Back In Town?'
Lou Reed's 'Transformer' had Lou enjoying a 'Perfect Day.' Which of these activities DIDN'T feature in the song?
Drinking sangria in the park
Sailing the bay
Feeding animals in the zoo
Catching a movie
"Don't go trying some new fashion, don't change the colour of your hair" was requested by which 70's song writer?
Which band had everything from golden fingers to blue-eyed groupies and $10,000 dollars a show, but 'just couldn't get their picture on the cover of the rolling stone?'
Don McLean released 'American Pie' in 1972, and I'm sure the song is familiar to everyone. The first verse starts of with the lyrics "A long-long time ago..," but can you tell me which lyrics start off the second verse?
"Helter Skelter in the summer swelter"
"Now for ten years we've been on our own"
"And there we were all in one place"
"Did you write the book of love"
The wife of the sovereign king showed a complete disregard to conventional standards when writing this irregular and rambling composition. What 1975 song is this cryptic for?
Bow to the King
Queen of Hearts
Rhapsody of Fire
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Compiled Jun 28 12