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Question 1: 1981: "Nothing But Love" (with ________) - R&B #43
Catch a FireNatty DreadBob MarleyPeter Tosh

Question 2: She was also the writer of ________'s "God Don't Like Ugly".
Roberta Flack discographyDonny HathawaySam CookeRoberta Flack

Question 3: As Guthrie's solo career developed, she worked extensively with ________ on dub-influenced club cuts, and began racking up dance hits.
Dennis BrownSly and RobbieSly DunbarReggae

Question 4: Her single "Can't Love You Tonight" boldly addressed ________ at a time when the disease was a taboo subject, and she was an ally to the gay community, and people with AIDS long before the masses caught up.
AIDSAIDS dementia complexHIVICD-10 Chapter I: Certain infectious and parasitic diseases

Question 5: Guthrie was born in Okemah, Oklahoma and raised in Newark, ________.
DelawarePennsylvaniaMassachusettsNew Jersey

Question 6: [1] In school, she studied ________, and her father began teaching her piano when she was eight years old.
Musical notationMusic theoryClassical musicMusical form

Question 7: The song is referenced in the ________ monologue "No Romance Without Finance", in his Eddie Murphy Raw concert and film (also available on DVD).
Eddie MurphyDreamgirls (film)George ClooneyHeath Ledger

Question 8: Guthrie also had a hit in 1986 with a cover of "________", which reached number twenty-five on the UK Singles Chart the same year.
The CarpentersCarpenters(They Long to Be) Close to YouClose to You (The Carpenters album)







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