Becky's Island Music Trivia Quiz #483 - 5/26/10

Red Light, "Stop"


1.The Hollies' first big hit in the U.S., from 1966: "Bus Stop"
2. Another Hollies hit, about a belly dancer
: "Stop Stop Stop"
3. Supremes hit later covered in 1983 by, yes, the Hollies
: "Stop! In The Name of Love"
4. Creedence Clearwater Revival had this weather-related hit in 1970
: "Who'll Stop the Rain"
5. The Village People made a movie in 1980; this was the title
: Can't Stop the Music
6. Fleetwood Mac song from 1977 later used by the Bill Clinton presidential campaign
: "Don't Stop"
7. Kinks song later recorded by The Pretenders
: "Stop Your Sobbing"
8. The act of playing two notes simultaneously on a string instrument
: Double stop
9. This was Gino Vannelli's first Top Ten hit in the U.S.; it hit Number 1 in Canada
: "I Just Wanna Stop"
10. Memorable phrase from "U Can't Touch This"
: "Stop! Hammer time!"
11. Edwin Starr's follow-up to "War" on a similar theme
: "Stop the War Now"
12. 1981 duet by Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty
: "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around"
13. A Number One hit for Ray Charles in 1962, from an album in which he covered country songs
: "I Can't Stop Loving You"
14. "Bourdon," "Open Diapason," "Trumpet" and "Vox Humana" are examples of these
: Organ stops
15. Journey hit memorably used in the last episode of The Sopranos
: "Don't Stop Believin'"
16. Michael Jackson's first hit from his Off the Wall album, from 1979
: "Don't Stop 'Till You Get Enough"
17. Michael Jackson's first hit from his Bad album, from 1987
: "I Just Can't Stop Loving You"

Bonus: Grateful Dead song about a band that comes to town on a summer evening...or did they?: "The Music Never Stopped"

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