Congratulations to EclecticMusicLover and 2Loud2OldMusic, who both scored 19/20 in last week’s Tracks on the Back Solo quiz. I was expecting contestants to struggle with the more recent offerings, but Jeff and John both missed Tori Amos’ 1994 album Under The Pink.
adventurepdx did brilliant in the bonus quiz, writing in a couple of minutes after the post was published. He correctly identified the event (No Nukes 1979), and most of the participants. The tricky ones are on the right hand side – Jesse Colin Young (from The Youngbloods) is the moustachioed chap with the frizzy hair, musician and politician John Hall is wearing the No Nukes shirt, while Phoebe Snow is resplendent in purple. James Taylor, in the front middle, is a bit tricky to recognise in this photo too – compounded by the fact that Bonnie Raitt, rather than Carly Simon, is sitting on his knee.
This week you need to identify the 1960s and 1970s songs by badly drawn images. Some of the images are great – I love the macabre ones, and the Jimmy Buffett one is amazing. It’s a good idea to look over the images and try to work a few out before you launch the quiz.
I scored 20/20 with 4:59 remaining. Can you beat my time?
My Tuesday post this week was an update of an REM Worst to Best Albums List – because it was an update, not a new post, you probably weren’t notified.
In other news, have you caught up with Van Morrison’s Latest Record Project Volume 1? This is a catchy little number…..