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Music Quiz: Minimalist Portraits

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Congratulations to Geoff (https://1001albumsin10years.wordpress.com/) who scored 100% in last week’s intensive quiz. And a shout out to Rich, who was 1 point off the perfect score.

This week’s quiz requires you to identify notable musicians from their minimalist portraits.

https://www.sporcle.com/games/KStericker/minimalist-musicians

I scored 12/15. Can you beat me?

16 thoughts on “Music Quiz: Minimalist Portraits Leave a comment

  1. 13/15. Amazing how much you can pick up from minimalist pictures. I had a really tough time with the women, guessed right a couple of times. I missed one of the sunglass guys I should have got. And the one that looked like a cookie mystified me till it was revealed who it was.

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