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1.In which scene did Sly and the Family Stone get its start?2.How was Eric Burdon connected to War?
3.Why did Berry Gordy move Motown Records to Los Angeles?4.“Living for the City” was a song written and recorded by ________________.ANS:Stevie WonderPTS:1DIF:EasyREF:p. 344TOP:Motown Matures: Stevie and Marvin5.What was the business relationship between Philadelphia International and CBS Records?6.Soul Train, a television show that featured black pop, was hosted by ________________.ANS:Don CorneliusPTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:p. 346TOP:The Philadelphia Sound: Gamble and Huf7.What is “blaxploitation”?8.George Clinton’s musically experimental band was ________________.
PTS:1DIF:DifficultREF:p. 349TOP:Mothership Connections: George Clinton and Company9.In Jamaica, radio broadcasts from ________________ featured a lot of rhythm and blues music.ANS:New OrleansPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:p. 352TOP:New Orleans and New York10.The film Saturday Night Feverstarred ________________ as a macho male discodancer.ANS:John TravoltaPTS:1DIF:EasyREF:pp. 355, 358TOP:I Should Be Dancin’: A New Dance Craze11.What type of album is “What’s Going On”?12.Which album by Sly and the Family Stone signaled a more militant stance?13.Name two artists with whom Tower of Power recorded records.ANS:Elton John, the Rolling Stones, and Rod StewartPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:p. 340TOP:
The Rock Connection: Tower of Power and War
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Music, Marvin Gaye, George Clinton, Motown, The Temptations