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Dance Records and Crazes of the Sixties

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Dance Records and Crazes of the Sixties game quiz
"The US charts of the sixties had a variety of dance craze hits and artists. This quiz will touch on some of them."

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1. Chubby Checker had a US Number Two hit with "Limbo Rock" in 1962. Which Instrumental group had a Top Forty hit with "Limbo Rock"?
    The Busters
    The Village Stompers
    The Marketts
    The Champs

2. Which song was a 1962 Top Ten hit for Sam Cooke?
    Twist Twist Senora
    Twistin' Matilda
    Twisting the Night Away
    Twistin' Postman

3. Which 1965 Number 21 single by Elvis was from the movie "Girl Happy"?
    Do the Clam
    The Fly
    The Duck
    Do the Bird

4. Hank Ballard and The Midnighters released the first version of "The Twist". Which song was NOT a 1961 follow up by Hank Ballard and The Midnighters?
    The Continental Walk
    The Cinnamon Cinder (It's a Very Nice Dance)
    The Hoochi Coochi Coo
    The Switch-a-Roo

5. Which Dance song was a Top Forty single for Dion in 1961?
    The Madison
    The Stroll
    Hitch Hike
    The Majestic

6. Which Philadelphia based group took "Twisting USA" to Number 27 in 1960?
    Danny and The Juniors
    The Stylistics
    The Dovells
    The Delfonics

7. "Tighten Up" by Archie Bell and the Drells reached Number One in the US in 1968.

8. "The Wah-Watusi" Dance hit reached Number Two for The Orlons. Which Instrumental artist had a US Number 17 single in 1963 with "El Watusi"?
    Les Cooper and The Soul Rockers
    Los Indios Tabajaras
    Ray Barretto Y Su Charanga Moderna
    Mongo Santamaria

9. "Hot Pastrami" was an Instrumental hit by The Dartells in 1963. Which artist from New York that appeared in "Hey, Let's Twist" in 1961 released the Top Forty "Hot Pastrami with Mashed Potatoes" the same year?
    The Capitols
    Gary "U.S." Bonds
    Joey Dee and The Starliters
    The Trashmen

10. What was the dance featured in the Bobby Freeman 1964 Number Five single "C'mon and ________?
    Answer: (Four letters. Think Michael Phelps)

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