Becky's Island Music Trivia Quiz #133 - 9/10/03

Rolling Stones in the '70s

September 2003 is Rolling Stones Month here at Becky's Island Music Trivia, in honor of the 60th birthdays of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards this year. We'll continue with highlights of their careers in the 70s, the decade in which they really were the World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band.

1. Who replaced Brian Jones on guitar from 1969 to 1974?
2. What was the name of the live Stones album released in 1970, documenting the 1969 tour?
3. What was unusual about the cover of the Stones' 1971 album Sticky Fingers?
4. What was the Rolling Stones' first Number 1 song of the '70s, from that album?
5. "Tumbling Dice," "Happy," "Rocks Off" and "Sweet Black Angel" are all cuts on what landmark 1972 Stones album?
6. Stones sideman Bobby Keys played what instrument?
7. What Motown singer toured with the Stones in 1972?
8. "Angie," their biggest hit of 1973, was supposedly inspired by the wife of what singer?
9. Mick Jagger sang backup, to great effect, on what Carly Simon song?
10. The Stones had a hit in 1974 with a cover of what Temptations song?
11. Who joined the Rolling Stones in 1975?
12. Black And Blue contained which Top Ten hit for the Stones in 1976?
13. Which Rolling Stone was arrested for drug posession in Canada in 1977?
14. What was the name of the live Stones album released in 1977?
15. To date, this 1978 hit is their last Number 1 song in the United States.
16. "Shattered" describes what city?
17. In what year did the Rolling Stones first play on "Saturday Night Live?"

Bonus: Mick Jagger's solo "Memo from Turner," released in 1970, contains a slide guitar part by what Becky's Island favorite artist?

Good Luck!!!

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