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Unformatted text preview: 0 Question 3: In the song “Satisfaction" MickJagger sings he can’t “...get no satisfaction" from all of the following... except? Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answeds): When he’s playing his guitar 0 Question 4: “Paint It Black" is a song written about a man mourning his ex—girlfriend. In the song “Paint it, Black" the signature riff is played by which ethnic instrument? — Clue: Brian Jones, who plays this Ethnic instrumentI was a close friend of George Harrison of the Beatles. Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answeds): Indian Sitar 0 Question 5: In the song "Brown Sugar" the lyrics were considered very controversial however, this was also a reason the song became so popular. What themes in this song do think would have been offensive when it was released (and maybe even today!)? (2 sentences minimum — this question will be graded by your instructor after the assignment closes) Type: Essay Points Awarded: 0/1 Your Answefls): The origin of back Americans and back women in general is the biggest theme in this song. The lyrics speak of slaves coming in ships to pick cotton. With a chorus referring to black women as "brown sugar" as they are so sweet to Mick Jagger. This is very controversial and insensitive to what the slaves endured on their way to get to America and diminishing/ oversexualizing them to only "brown sugar." 0 Question 6: Many of the Rolling Stones' songs begin with an instrumental riff that quickly becomes the melody. What instrument is used to kick off the song "Start Me Up"? Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answefls): Electric Guitar ...
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