Q1-5 - 1. Statement Muddy Waters Fats Domino Little Richard...

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1. Statement Response Value Muddy Waters "I Got My Mojo Workin'" 10.0% Fats Domino "Ain't That a Shame" 10.0% Little Richard "Tutti Frutti" 10.0% Chuck Berry "Maybelline" 10.0% Buddy Holly and the Crickets "Peggy Sue" 10.0% Elvis Presley "Heartbreak Hotel" 10.0% Bill Haley and The Comets "Rock Around the Clock" 10.0% Jerry Lee Lewis "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On" 10.0% The Everly Brothers "Bye, Bye Love" 10.0% Louis Jordan "Caldonia" 10.0% 2.
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Statement Response Value Ma Rainey Widely believed to be the first blues singer 20.0% Les Paul Designed & used the prototype of the first electric guitar 20.0% Leo Fender Mass produced the first electric guitars 20.0% Ahmet Ertegun Co-founder of Atlantic Records 20.0% Sam Phillips Founder of Sun Records 20.0% 3. Statement Response Value Sun Memphis-based independent label that originally signed 20.0%
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Statement Response Value Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins RCA Major international label that purchased Elvis' contractual rights in 1955 20.0% Decca Major international label featuring both Buddy Holly and Bill Haley 20.0% Atlantic New York-based independent label featuring Ray Charles, Ruth Brown, The Coasters, and The Drifters 20.0% Chess Chicago-based independent label featuring Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and Bo Diddley 20.0% 4.
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Statement Response Value Ed Sullivan During a 1956 TV broadcast, he demanded that Elvis be filmed only from the waist up. 20.0% Pat Boone He was the most successful "cover" artist of early Rock and Roll. 20.0% Alan Freed This disc jockey first coined the term "Rock and Roll." 20.0% "Colonel" Tom Parker Elvis Presley's manager. 20.0% Nat "King" Cole This R & B/pop "crooner" was beaten on stage by white supremacists in 1956. 20.0% 5. Statement Response Value Robert Johnson Delta Blues 20.0% Big Joe Turner 20.0%
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Statement Response Value Howlin' Wolf Chicago "Electric" Blues 20.0% Fats Domino 20.0% Bill Haley Rockabilly 20.0% Statement Response Value Fabian An Italian-American teen idol of the late 50s/early 60s. 11.11% Hank Ballard Wrote the original version of "The Twist." 11.11% Phil Spector Producer known for his "Wall of Sound" technique. 11.11%
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