Reggae: Quiz


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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Al Anderson
  Robbie Shakespeare
  Sly Dunbar

Question 2: Kumina - Niyabinghi - Mento - Ska - Rocksteady - Reggae - Sound systems - Lovers rock - Dub - ________ - Dub poetry - Toasting - Raggamuffin - Roots reggae - Reggae fusion
Rastafari movementDancehallStudio One (record label)Riddim

Question 3: The British reggae band ________ used particularly complex backing vocals.
Steel PulseBob MarleyTrue Democracy (album)Handsworth Revolution

Question 4: An example of this is the ________ song "Sponji Reggae."
Red (Black Uhuru album)Black UhuruDennis BrownSly and Robbie

Question 5: Reggae is a music genre first developed in ________ in the late 1960s.
Antigua and BarbudaGrenadaJamaicaBarbados

Question 6: In addition to the Wailers, other significant pioneers include Prince Buster, ________, Jackie Mittoo and several others.
SkaToots & the MaytalsDesmond DekkerReggae

Question 7: Typically, a ________-style sound is used to play chords with a choppy feel.
Clonewheel organOrgan trioProgressive rockHammond organ

Question 8: Notable exponents of this technique include ________ and Horace Andy.
Big YouthReggaeDennis BrownDancehall

Question 9: An early producer was Chris Blackwell, who founded ________ in Jamaica in 1960, then relocated to England in 1962, where he continued to promote Jamaican music.
Island RecordsA&M RecordsDef Jam RecordingsUniversal Music Group

Question 10: [citation needed] Many credit Carlton Barrett of The Wailers as the creator of this style, although it may actually have been invented by ________.
Winston GrennanDerrick MorganStudio One (record label)Rocksteady

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