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 80s and beyond.
1.What was unusual about Mick Jagger's voice in the Stones' 1980 hit "Emotional Rescue?"
2. This 1981 Stones album, Becky's favorite, is actually a compilation of unreleased new songs from the '70s. What is it called?
3. The Stones' biggest hit of the '80s came in 1981 and was later used for a Microsoft ad. What is it?
4. I'm not waiting on a lady, who am I just waiting on?
5. In what had by now become an established pattern, the Rolling Stones released a live album documenting their 1981 tour. What was it called?
6. The Undercover Of The Night album was released in what year?
7. Mick Jagger recorded a duet with Michael Jackson that was included on the Jacksons' Victory album. What was it?
8. Mick Jagger recorded a duet with David Bowie for the Live Aid concert in 1985. What was it?
9. "She's the Boss" and "Primitive Cool" were solo albums by what Stone?
10. In what year were the Stones inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
11. "Mixed Emotions" and "Rock and a Hard Place" were hits from what Stones album?
12. Which long-time Rolling Stone retired in 1992?
13. Which Stone played on former bandmate Rod Stewart's Unplugged and Seated album and MTV special?
14. The Stones' 1997 hit "Anybody Seen My Baby" was accused of sounding like what other song?
15. What very fitting older Stones song did Mick and Keith sing at the September 11 memorial concert in New York in 2001?
16. What is the name of the comprehensive Rolling Stones greatest hits set released in 2002?
17. In what city did the Rolling Stones headline an enormous concert in the summer of 2003?
Bonus: Which Stone released several jazz albums in the 80s and 90s?