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No. 1 Hits of The 60s Vol. 6

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No 1 Hits of The 60s Vol 6 game quiz
"The series continues. All songs made it to Number One on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts during the 1960s. You might need to furnish either the song or the artist. There may be clues to help you along. Good luck."

15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit  



1. Elvis Presley spent a good portion of the spring of 1960 at the top of the charts with his first number one song of the 1960s. Which one was it?
    One Night
    Stuck On You
    Hard Headed Woman
    I Need Your Love Tonight


2. Who rode us to the top of the charts with "Pony Time" in early 1961?
    Chubby Checker
    Fats Domino
    Ernie K-Doe
    Hank Ballard


3. The one hit wonder "Hey! Baby" was a chart topping hit in 1962. Who sang it?
    Delbert McClinton
    Jimmy Reed
    Mel McDaniel
    Bruce Channel


4. The third straight number one hit for The Four Seasons topped the charts in March 1963. Which of these was it?
    Walk Like A Man
    Peanuts
    Marlena
    Candy Girl


5. In 1964, The Beatles dominated the charts and held the number one spot on the charts for 14 weeks with three different songs. The string was finally broken when "Hello Dolly" reached the top of the charts. Whose version reached the top?
    Louis Armstrong
    Ella Fitzgerald
    Carol Channing
    Frank Sinatra


6. 1965 saw the son a famous comedian and his group reach the top of the charts with "This Diamond Ring". Which group accomplished this trick?
    The Skeltons
    Dino Desi and Billy
    Gary Lewis and The Playboys
    Benny and The Jets


7. Nancy Sinatra and her famous father had a number one hit with "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" in 1966.
    True
    False


8. The Beatles hit the top of the charts (surprise) in 1967 with a song titled after a famous British street. Which one?
    Abbey Road
    Brickyard Road
    Blue Jay Way
    Penny Lane


9. Otis Redding's "(Sittin') On the Dock of The Bay" holds an odd distinction, besides being a number one tune. What is it?
    Redding didn't actually sing the song
    Recorded acapella, music dubbed later
    First number one posthumous single in U.S. chart history
    Released on two different record labels


10. These quizzes make my head spin. Last question. Tommy Roe went to the top of the charts in 1969 with what song?
    Jam Up and Jelly Tight
    Dizzy
    Sweet Pea
    Stir It Up and Serve It


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Compiled Jun 28 12