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We Don't Need A Singer Vol. 1
"All these songs made the U.S. Billboard charts without the benefit of words. See how many of the artists you can remember who had these instrumental hits. They range from the 50s through the 70s. Good luck."
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The single "Stranger On The Shore" was released in the U.S. in 1962. Who was the artist given credit for this hit recording?
Mr. Acker Bilk
Another instrumental hit from the U.K. also soared up the charts in 1962. Who took "Telstar" up the charts that year?
Dave "Baby" Cortez
Way back in 1958, a song called "Rebel Rouser" climbed the charts for this icon of instrumental rock and roll. Who was this?
The original song called "Sleepwalk" was a big hit in 1959. What duo were the ones responsible for it?
Dick and Jane
Joe and Joey
Johnnie and Jo
Santo and Johnny
Peewee Herman's favorite song, "Tequila", was recorded by this instrumental group. Can you name them?
The 'surf music' genre made an appearance with this popular instrumental called "Wipeout". What band sent this song onto the charts?
The Surfside Six
The Surf Coasters
The Surfer Dudes
This group must have been thinking about food when they put together "Green Onions" in 1962. What was the group's name?
Booker T. and The M.G.s
The late 1960s saw a number of instrumentals do very well on the charts. One of them was this theme song from the hit TV show "Hawaii Five-O". Who lent their talents to this song?
One of the most successful instrumental songs of the 1960s was "A Taste Of Honey". Who put this tune on the charts in 1965?
Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass
One of the most successful instrumentals in history was a 1968 tune with the English title "Love Is Blue". Who was the artist that had the most success with this song in the U.S.?
This song was a hit both as an instrumental and a vocal in successive years. The 1968 instrumental version of "Grazing In The Grass" was a big hit for one of the following acts. Which one?
This guy, who actually had another job at the time, composed and recorded "Classical Gas" and that song shot up the charts in 1968. Who was he?
This short lived group put together an instrumental called "Joy" in 1972. Who were they?
Scary stuff. A song called "Frankenstein" made the charts in 1973 for this progressive group. Who were they?
The Edgar Winter Group
The Allman Brothers Band
All the way up to 1984 now. "Axel F" was a theme song from the film "Beverly Hills Cop" with Eddie Murphy. Who gets credit for this theme song?
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