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Question 1: The producer was not imprisoned because of health problems such as ________.
Diabetes mellitus type 1Diabetes mellitusDiabetic retinopathyDiabetic ketoacidosis

Question 2: By this time Whitfield was producing hit records for ________, the Undisputed Truth and Rare Earth.
War (Edwin Starr song)Edwin StarrThe TemptationsJames Brown

Question 3: Facing charges of ________ on over $2 million worth of income, he was sentenced to six months of house arrest and a $25,000 fine.
Tax havenTax rates around the worldValue added taxTax avoidance and tax evasion

Question 4: On January 18, 2005, Whitfield pleaded guilty for failing to report royalty income he earned from 1995 to 1999 to the ________.
Internal Revenue ServiceTax protester (United States)Taxing and Spending ClauseFairTax

Question 5: 1967: "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" - Gladys Knight & the Pips, also recorded by Marvin Gaye and ________
Creedence Clearwater RevivalCosmo's FactoryGreen River (album)John Fogerty

Question 6: 1963: "Pride & Joy" - ________
What's Going OnMarvin Gaye discographyLet's Get It OnMarvin Gaye

Question 7: [1] He was credited as being one of the creators of the ________, as well as one of the major instrumental figures in the late-60s sub-genre of psychedelic soul.
Berry GordyMotownThe TemptationsNeo soul

Question 8: In his late teens, he and his family moved to ________ so that his father could join his sister and work in her husband's chain of drug stores, Barthwell Drugs.
Metro DetroitGrosse PointeDearborn, MichiganDetroit

Question 9: 1964: "Too Many Fish in the Sea" - ________
The TemptationsThe MiraclesMarvin GayeThe Marvelettes

Question 10: A native of ________, Whitfield spent most of his teen years in local pool halls.
BoweryManhattanHarlemTimes Square







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