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Question 1: He left the band to form the ________ band Nazz in 1967.
Alternative rockGarage rockRock musicPunk rock

Question 2: Todd Rundgren, began his career in Woody's Truck Stop, a group based on the model of the ________ Blues Band.
Otis SpannPaul ButterfieldMike BloomfieldMuddy Waters

Question 3: In 1967, ________, whose latter days at Sun Records (1961-1963) had been characterized by R&B covers, recorded an album for Smash entitled Soul My Way.
Elvis PresleyJerry Lee LewisCarl PerkinsJohnny Cash

Question 4: According to beach band historian Greg Haynes, artists such as Bonnie Bramlett and ________ (originally known as The Escorts) began their careers on this circuit.
Duane AllmanAt Fillmore EastThe Allman Brothers BandGregg Allman

Question 5: By the mid-1960s, British singers ________, Eric Burdon and Tom Jones had become leading vocal stars of the emerging style.
Dusty Springfield discographyDusty in MemphisA Girl Called DustyDusty Springfield

Question 6: Georgie Woods, a Philadelphia radio DJ, came up with the term blue-eyed soul in the 1960s to describe white artists who received airplay on ________ radio stations.
Rock and rollSoul musicDoo-wopRhythm and blues

Question 7: Around the same time, audiences were struck by the soulfulness of ________, and Michael McDonald is also frequently described as a 'blue-eyed soul' artist.
Teena MarieBooker T. JonesDavid Porter (musician)William Bell (singer)

Question 8: ________, an up-and-coming indie artist under Rise Records, is notable for his efforts to 'keep the soul alive' and for bringing soul to the indie rock music scene.
Isles & GlaciersCraig Owens (vocalist)EmarosaJonny Craig

Question 9: The regional ________ and Carolina shag trends that originated in the areas around North and South Carolina in the late 1950s were, at least partly, a manifestation of blue-eyed soul.
Doo-wopMotownBeach musicDisco

Question 10: George Michael brought soul influences into his pop music, and was the first white solo artist to sing a duet with ________, in their hit "I Knew You Were Waiting (for Me)".
Whitney HoustonAretha Franklin discographyAretha FranklinStevie Wonder
















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