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1. Rock ‘n Roll Final Exam Review Statement Response Value Sam and Dave Stax Records 25.0% Aretha Franklin Atlantic Records 25.0% The O'Jays Philadelphia International 25.0% Stevie Wonder Motown 25.0% 2. Statement Response Value "Say It Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud" James Brown 10.0% "R-E-S-P-E-C-T" Aretha Franklin 10.0% "What's Goin' On?" Marvin Gaye 10.0% "Reach Out, I'll Be There" The Four Tops 10.0% "Soul Man" Sam and Dave 10.0% "I Got a Woman" Ray Charles 10.0% "When a Man Loves a Woman" Percy Sledge 10.0% "In the Midnight Hour" Wilson Pickett 10.0% "You Send Me" Sam Cooke 10.0% "I Want You Back" The Jackson Five 10.0% 3. Statement Response Value Felix Cavaliere The Rascals 16.66% Eddie Levert The O'Jays 16.66% Annie Mae Bullock Ike and Tina Turner 16.66% Bill Medley The Righteous Brother 16.66% Diana Ross The Supremes 16.66% Curtis Mayfield The Impressions 16.7% 4.
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Statement Response Value Motown Detroit 33.33% Stax Memphis 33.33% Atlantic New York City 33.34% 5. Statement Response Value Memphis Horns Stax Records 25.0% Leiber and Stoller Atlantic Records 25.0% Gamble and Huff Philadelphia International 25.0% Holland-Dozier-Holland Motown 25.0% 6. Who initiated the "Funk-soul" movement in 1965 and then became a leading figure in the "Black Power" movement of the late 60s? James Brown 7. Which early Soul pioneer was the first artist to merge Gospel, Pop and R & B into a Soul style? (After you answer ALL questions in this part of the assignment, click the "SAVE ANSWER" button to CONFIRM your answers.) Ray Charles 8. Which of these major socio-political events DID NOT occur in 1968? Detroit Riots 9. Match each person to their relationship with Atlantic Records: Statement Response Value Jerry Leiber One of the leading Atlantic songwriters 20.0% Jerry Wexler The producer who put Atlantic on the map. 20.0% Ahmet Ertegun Co-founder of Atlantic Records 20.0% Ray Charles The first important black soul artist on Atlantic records. 20.0% The Rascals An influential Atlantic "blue-eyed" soul group of the 60s. 20.0%
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10. Match each term to its correct definition: Statement Response Value Beats People who abandoned materialsm in search of enlightenment and honest expression of feelings. 16.66% Woodstock A 3-day peaceful gathering of approximately 400,000 in August 1969. 16.66% Isle of Wight Site of the largest rock festival ever (August 1970). 16.66% Altamont Site of a free concert staged by The Rolling Stones in December 1969 that was marked by violence from the Hell's Angels. 16.66% Haight- Ashbury The district of San Francisco that was a center for the 60s hippie movement. 16.66% Monterey Site of a major international pop-rock festival in 1967. 16.7% 11. Match each song to the artist/band that made it famous: Statement Response Value "Strawberry Fields Forever" The Beatles 12.5% "Fixin-To-Die Rag" Country Joe McDonald 12.5% "Purple Haze" The Jimi Hendrix Experience 12.5% "Piece of My Heart" Big Brother and the Holding Company 12.5% "Turn, Turn, Turn" The Byrds 12.5% "Light My Fire" The Doors 12.5% "Sunshine of Your Love" Cream 12.5% "White Rabbit" Jefferson Airplane 12.5% Match each person to a group they were affiliated with: David Crosby The Byrds 10.0% John Fogerty Creedence Clearwater Revival 10.0% John Sebastian The Lovin' Spoonful 10.0% John Phillips
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