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1. What was the first rock and roll song? If you asked some 1950s disc jockeys they might mention a song titled "Gee" so, gee, do you think you could fly straight to the group that recorded it?
2. The "Woman from Tokyo" was so good to them but they had trouble getting along with each other. Which progressive rock band went through some lineup changes in the early 1970s?
3. Though The Dirty Mac was dubbed a supergroup they didn't have much of a repertoire. Featured on "The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus" television show, which Beatles song did they perform?
4. He was nicknamed the "Frogman" and he imitated the croaking sound in his hit record "Ain't Got No Home". Who is he?
5. This man and his musical group not only brought us "Fire" but he often wore a flaming helmet on stage. Who was this godlike figure who might have benefited from a fireproof suit?
6. Converted vans were very popular in America in the 1970s. Who capitalized on the trend by writing and recording the song "Chevy Van"?
7. "Jesus Just Left Chicago" is a song Phish performed in concert from time to time. Who recorded the original in the 1970s?
8. Johnny Cash's last number one country music single was a story about building a car the hard way; what is the title of the song about a strange looking Cadillac?
9. "There's a red house over yonder, that's where my baby stays" began a standard 12-bar blues song on a musician's debut album in 1967. Who, not later noted for traditional styles of music, recorded it?
10. It's one thing to make a cover version of a song but it's something else to do so using the backing track by the original musicians. Who was the one-hit-wonder who put his vocal over the original instrumentation of "Sea Cruise"?
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