#1. The duo behind this song is from which country?
Cinderella Rockefella was a 1967 hit by the Israeli duo group Esther and Abi Ofarim.
#2. This version of Dylan's "Quinn the Eskimo (Mighty Quinn)" is recorded by:
Quinn the Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn) is written by Bob Dylan. The song was first released in January 1968 as Mighty Quinn by Manfred Mann. It topped the charts in U.K., Germany, and Ireland. On Billboard Hot 100, the single peaked at No. 10.
#3. This is a recording by Nancy Sinatra and:
This version of Somethin’ Stupid is the 1967 version by Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra, which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
#4. This intro is recorded by which group?
Reach Out I’ll Be There is a 1966 song recorded by the Four Tops.
#5. This song was a posthumous success in 1966 with which artist?
Distant Drums provided Jim Reeves with his only UK No. 1 hit in 1966, some two years after his death. The single also topped the US country chart for four weeks.
#6. This song is originally recorded by:
Sugar, Sugar is written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim. It was originally recorded by the Archies, a group of fictional teenagers in the television cartoon series The Archie Show. The song topped the charts in both U.K. and U.S.
#7. What is the title of this song by the Everly Brothers?
Cathy’s Clown is written and recorded by The Everly Brothers. It was their first single for Warner Bros., and it became the duo’s biggest hit. It topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart for five weeks in 1960 and spent seven weeks as number one in the UK .
#8. This intro is recorded by:
Mony is a 1968 single by American pop/rock band Tommy James and the Shondells.
#9. What is the title of this song by the Dave Clark Five?
Glad All Over is recorded by The Dave Clark Five. In January 1964, it became the group’s first big hit on the UK Singles Chart.
#10. This is a hit song recorded by:
Blackberry Way is a 1968 hit song by The Move
Sixties Music Clip Challenge 1 – Classic Hits
Recognize These 1960s Hits?
Listen to these 10 short snippets of classic 1960s hits. Do you recognize the artists or the song titles?
All of them are well-known for the generation who was young in the sixties and the seventies, but probably also to younger generations.
Several of these songs have become timeless classics and you may have heard them in films, TV-shows, and on the radio.
Medium 1960s Music Quiz
Difficulty level is easy to medium. When published on Ultimate60s.com the average result was just below 7 correct answers.
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