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Question 1: Hecht was impressed by Cline's vocals and realized her voice was best-suited to ________.
Boy bandPower popPop musicMexican pop music

Question 2: "Walkin' After Midnight" is a ________ song with stylistic elements taken from the genres of Jazz, Traditional Pop, and Blues.
Adult contemporary musicPop rockCountry popBoy band

Question 3: [4] "Walkin' After Midnight" features instrumentation from an acoustic guitar, basic ________ and piano, steel guitar, electric guitar, and acoustic bass.
NaqarehDafGoblet drumDrum

Question 4: ________ recorded the song in Jazz format for her 1996 debut album, Dreamland.
Bare Bones (Madeleine Peyroux album)Half the Perfect WorldCareless Love (album)Madeleine Peyroux

Question 5: Among his catalog of Pop-styled songs was "Walkin' After Midnight," which was originally intended for Traditional Pop artist, ________.
Ella Mae MorseKay StarrFrankie LaineJo Stafford

Question 6: The second version also lacked a steel guitar and also provided background vocals by the group, ________.
Country musicThe JordanairesElvis PresleyPatsy Cline

Question 7: Its session members were part of Nashville's A-Team of musicians, whom would play on most of the recording sessions on RCA Victor and ________.
Mercury RecordsDeutsche GrammophonDecca RecordsUniversal Music Group

Question 8: Among the selected musicians were Harold Bradley, ________, and Bob Moore, all of whom would later play on Cline's later records in the early 1960s.
Ozark JubileeCountry musicRockabillyGrady Martin

Question 9: [8] Because of the song's popularity on the show, ________ (Four Star leased their music to Decca) released "Walkin' After Midnight" as a single on February 11, 1957.
Mercury RecordsUniversal Music GroupDeutsche GrammophonDecca Records

Question 10: On January 28, 1957, Cline was invited to perform a song on the CBS television program hosted by ________ entitled, Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts.
Richard Evelyn ByrdRobert Nietzel BuckArthur GodfreyAmelia Earhart







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