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Question 1: in the 1960s, but moved to ________ in 1967 after touring there.
CanadaCambodiaJapanUnited Kingdom

Question 2: Merrill's follow-up to Helen Merrill was the 1956 LP, Dream of You, which was produced and arranged by ________ arranger and pianist Gil Evans.
BebopJazzSwing musicStan Levey

Question 3: Her later career has seen her experiment in different ________.
Music genreMusic industryComposerClassical music

Question 4: Merrill was born in 1930 to Croatian ________ parents.
ImmigrationImmigration to SpainImmigration to EuropeImmigration to the United Kingdom since 1922

Question 5: After recording sporadically through the late 1950s and 1960s, Merrill spent much of her time touring ________, where she enjoyed more commercial success than she had in the United States.
EuropeEastern EuropeBalkansWestern Europe

Question 6: His arrangements on Merrill's laid the musical foundations for his work in following years with ________.
Miles Davis'Round About MidnightThe Complete On the Corner Sessions1958 Miles

Question 7: As a result of the exposure she received from "A Cigarette for Company" and two subsequent singles recorded for the Roost record label, Merrill was signed by ________ for their new Emarcy label.
Philips RecordsUniversal Music GroupMercury RecordsDecca Records

Question 8: Merrill's recording career has spanned six decades and she is popular with fans of jazz in Japan and ________ (where she lived for many years) as well as in her native United States.

Question 9: The album was produced and arranged by ________, who was then just twenty-one years old.
Quincy JonesRay CharlesBack on the BlockFrank Sinatra

Question 10: Helen Merrill (born Jelena Ana Milcetic on July 21, 1930 in ________) is an internationally known jazz vocalist.
New York metropolitan areaNew York CityManhattanBrooklyn


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