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Question 1

Which statement accurately describes the discussion of Bob Dylan in the videos? Starting with the debut album, Bob Dylan (1962), Dylan had great commercial success as a recording artist. Bob Dylans early act was based on Woody Guthries image. Dylan was signed to RCA by Jeffrey Hammond in the fall of 1961. Though he was born in Minnesota, Dylan soon made his way to the folk scene in San Francisco.

Question 2
Dylans performance at ___________________________ in ____________________ was viewed by many folk purists as a betrayal, in large part because _______________________. Newport Folk Festival, summer 1965, he used electric instruments and drums. Monterey Pop Festival, spring 1967, he used electric instruments and drums. Newport Folk Festival, summer 1966, he used electric instruments and drums. Woodstock, summer 1968, made an onstage remark insulting folk music.

Question 3
Which are Dylan singles from 1965? Subterranean Homesick Blues, Like a Rolling Stone, Positively Fourth Street Subterranean Homesick Blues, Like a Rolling Stone, Tangled Up In Blue Like a Rolling Stone, Positively Fourth Street, Turn, Turn, Turn House of the Rising Sun, Like a Rolling Stone, Positively Fourth Street

Question 4
In _____________________, ________________________ had one of the first folkrock hits with a song written by __________________________ and featuring the sound of __________________. summer 1965, Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, electric 12 string guitar summer 1964, The Byrds, Bob Dylan, electric 12 string guitar summer 1965, The Byrds, Bob Dylan, electric 12-string guitar summer 1966, Bob Dylan, Roger McGuinn, electric 12 string guitar

Question 5
The song ______________________ had originally been recorded by ________________ and included on their 1964 folk album ____________________________. Without their knowledge, electric instruments were later added, creating a hit single in __________. The Sounds of Silence, Simon and Garfunkel, Wednesday Morning, 3 a.m., 1966 Homeward Bound, Simon and Garfunkel, Wednesday Morning, 3 a.m., 1965 The Sounds of Silence, Simon and Garfunkel, Wednesday Morning, 3 a.m., 1965 Homeward Bound, Simon and Garfunkel, The Sounds of Silence, 1965

Question 6
These songs were written by Bob Dylan but became folk-rock hits for other performers in 1965. All I Really Want To Do, It Aint Me Babe, California Dreamin It Aint Me Babe, Monday Monday, Mr. Tambourine Man It Aint Me Babe, Mr. Tambourine Man, Eve of Destruction All I Really Want To Do, It Aint Me Babe, Mr. Tambourine Man

Question 7
After working with _____________________, ________________________ formed a duo called _______________________ and enjoyed success with hits like _______________________ and ______________________. Phil Spector, Sonny Bono, Sonny and Cher, I Got You Babe, Wouldnt It Be Nice Bob Dylan, Sonny Bono, Sonny and Cher, I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On Phil Spector, Sonny Bono, Sonny and Cher, I Got You Babe, The Beat Goes On Bob Dylan, Peter Asher, Peter and Gordon, I Got You Babe, Sunday for Tea

Question 8
Which statement best describes the discussion of the Beach Boys in the video?

Brian Wilson was very influenced by Phil Spector, remaining at home in the studio while the band toured and developing increasingly ambitious arrangements for the Beach Boys. Brian Wilson was very influenced by Phil Spector, developing increasingly ambitious arrangements for the Beach Boys even while he was on tour with them. Brian Wilson was very influenced by Phil Spector, remaining at home in the studio while the band toured and developing increasingly ambitious arrangements for The Mamas and the Papas.

Question 9
Enjoying chart success both before and after the British Invasion, ___________________ had hits with songs like ___________________________ and _________________________. The Lovin Spoonful, Sherry, Do You Believe in Magic? Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Sherry, Do You Believe in Magic? Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Sherry, Lets Hang On The Lovin Spoonful, Daydream, Do You Believe in Magic?

Question 10
Led by _________________________, ________________________________ were one instance of a group that emerged out of New Yorks Greenwich Village folk scene but ______________. John Sebastion, The Young Rascals, did not move to LA. John Sebastion, The Lovin Spoonful, did not employ electric instruments or drums. John Sebastion, The Lovin Spoonful, did not move to LA. John Sebastion, The Young Rascals, did not employ electric instruments or drums.

Question 11
Which of the following American groups had the hits listed in the mid 1960s? The Rascals, Louie Louie and The McCoys, Hang On Sloopy The Rascals, Good Lovin and The McCoys, Hang On Sloopy The Rascals, Good Lovin and The McCoys, Im a Believer The Rascals, Louie Louie and The McCoys, Im a Believer

Question 12
True or False? The success of the Beatles led to garage bands springing up all across the US. True False

Question 13
Which statement best describes the discussion in the video? Though the Kingmen initially recorded Louie Louie, the version by Paul Revere and the Raiders is the one that became best known and was the source of controversy. The Kingsmens version of Louie Louie became the source of controversy when some claimed that the lyrics used profanity. The US government was able to prove definitively that Louie Louie contained profanity.

Question 14
True or False? Responding to the idea of a British invasion, Paul Revere and the Raiders wore Revolutionary War uniforms. True False

Question 15
In an attempt to capture the excitement of ____________________________, _______________________ were formed primarily as the cast for a television show, but had a string of hits, including _______________________ and ______________________ . the moptop Beatles, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Im a Believer, and Louie Louie the moptop Beatles, The Monkees, Im a Believer, and Pleasant Valley Sunday The Rascals, The Monkees, Im a Believer, and Pleasant Valley Sunday the moptop Beatles, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Happy Together, and Pleasant Valley Sunday

Question 16
__________________________ was formed in ___________________________ by __________________. Motown Records, Detroit, Berry Gordy, Jr. Motown Records, Detroit, Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich Mercury Records, Detroit, Berry Gordy, Jr. Mercury Records, Chicago, Berry Gordy, Jr.

Question 17
True or False? Because Motown pursued crossover success (appealing to a white audience), many have criticized the label for selling out its blackness. True False

Question 18
Which statement best represents the discussion of Motown in the video? Choreography sessions were available to Motown performers, but most did not make use of it. Many of the Motown performers came from poor backgrounds and thus lacked certain social skills. Motown required its performers to take etiquette lessons in order to give them the social grace they would need to succeed in more refined society. Many of the Motown performers came from poor backgrounds and thus lacked certain social skills. Motown thus kept these performers away from any social situation that might prove awkward. While Motown handled the recording of its artists, the company left the management of its artists to others.

Question 19
An early hit for Motown was ______________________, recorded by ___________________ and released in ___________________. "Baby Love, The Supremes, 1961 "Shop Around, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, 1963 Baby Love, The Supremes, 1962 Shop Around, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, 1960

Question 20
As discussed in the video, the songwriting/production team of Holland-Dozier-Holland had great success with the following acts: The Supremes, The Four Tops, The Temptations Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, Martha and the Vandellas The Supremes, The Temptations, Martha and the Vandellas The Supremes, The Four Tops, Martha and the Vandellas

Question 21
Which of the following Motown groups/artists had the hits listed in the mid 1960s? Marvin Gaye, Aint That Peculiar and Stevie Wonder, Fingertips, Pt. 2 Marvin Gaye, I Know Im Losing You and Stevie Wonder, My Girl Marvin Gaye, I Know Im Losing You and Stevie Wonder, Fingertips, Pt. 2 Marvin Gaye, Aint That Peculiar and Stevie Wonder, My Girl

Question 22
During the mid 1960s, _________________________ often licensed regional hits for national re-release, including ____________________________ by _________________________, which was recorded in _____________________________ . Atlantic Records, When A Man Loves A Woman, Percy Sledge, Memphis Atlantic Records, When A Man Loves A Woman, Percy Sledge, Muscle Shoals Stax Records, When A Man Loves A Woman, Percy Sledge, Muscle Shoals Stax Records, When A Man Loves A Woman, Percy Sledge, Memphis

Question 23
Recording at the Stax studios in Memphis, ___________________________ had rhythm and blues hits with _________________________ and ______________________________. Otis Redding, Mustang Sally, Try a Little Tenderness Otis Redding, Respect, Try a Little Tenderness Wilson Pickett, Respect, Land of 1000 Dances Otis Redding, Respect, Soul Man

Question 24
After initially recording in Memphis, ________________________ began recording in ___________________________ and had hits with _______________________ and ___________________ . Wilson Pickett, New York, Land of 1000 Dances, Mustang Sally Aretha Franklin, New York, Land of 1000 Dances, Mustang Sally Wilson Pickett, Muscle Shoals, Land of 1000 Dances, Soul Man Wilson Pickett, Muscle Shoals, Land of 1000 Dances, Mustang Sally

Question 25
Both Motown and Stax used studio bands. The Motown group was __________________ and the Stax band was _______________________. The Funk Brothers, Isaac Hayes and David Porter Holland-Dozier-Holland, Isaac Hayes and David Porter Holland-Dozier-Holland, Booker T. and the MGs The Funk Brothers, Booker T. and the MGs

Question 26
Though thought of as a southern soul artist, much of the music of _____________________ was recorded in New York, including ____________________ and ______________________ . Otis Redding, Soul Man, and Think Aretha Franklin, Respect, and Funky Broadway Wilson Pickett, Respect, and Funky Broadway Aretha Franklin, Respect, and Think

Question 27
True or False? According to the discussion in the videos, many writers have tended to consider Stax music as being blacker than Motown. True False

Question 28

When _______________________ had his first national success, _______________________ filled in for the regional gigs that had already been booked. Little Richard, James Brown Ray Charles, James Brown Chuck Berry, James Brown Fats Domino, James Brown

Question 29
James Brown had his first rhythm and blues hit in ___________________ with _________________________ . Please Please Please, 1965 Think, 1956 Please Please Please, 1956 Think, 1960

Question 30
James Brown had a series of hits in the 1960s, including _________________ and _______________________ . Think, Please Please Please Out of Sight, Papas Got a Brand New Bag Out of Sight, Please Please Please Think, Papas Got a Brand New Bag