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1. The "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll" album was released by The Rolling Stones in October, 1974. Mick Jagger did a great job singing a version of "Ain't Too Proud to Beg". Which Motown group first had a hit with the song?
2. In 1965 "The Rolling Stones Now!" album was released. It contained a rocking blues number titled "Down the Road Apiece". Who originally did the song?
3. The Rolling Stones released the song "Little Red Rooster" as a single from their "Rolling Stones Now!" album backed with "Off the Hook". Who originally recorded the Willie Dixon composition?
4. "Mercy Mercy" was done by Don Covay & The Goodtimers in 1964. Which 1965 Rolling Stones album first features the song?
5. On their debut album the Rolling Stones recorded a rousing rendition of "I Just Want to Make Love to You". Which blues legend performed the song first?
6. The Rolling Stones' "12 X 5" album contained their version of a standard titled "Susie Q". Who had the first hit with the song?
7. "Got LIVE if You Want It!" is an album released by the Rolling Stones on June 11, 1965. One of the cuts is "I'm Movin' On". Which country artist first recorded "I'm Movin' On"?
8. The Rolling Stones cover several Chuck Berry songs on various albums. Which song is NOT a Chuck Berry song?
9. Which Wilson Pickett song is included on the Rolling Stones "Five by Five" album?
10. Which Bob Dylan song was recorded by The Rolling Stones?
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