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What was the name of Ronnie Wood’s band, which was praised for their albums Truth and Beck-Ola?
Jeff Beck Group
The Allman Brothers Band
What is the name of the Pink Floyd member who was sacked from the band amid charges of mental instability and heavy psychedelic drug abuse?
The nine-part Pink Floyd song “Shine on You Crazy Diamond” was released as the first single from Pink Floyd’s 1975 album Wish You Were Here. Who was the song written for?
Which Rolling Stones member was considered the band’s de facto leader throughout their early years?
In 1990, what unexpected new song was included in the Led Zeppelin 4-CD boxed set?
“Black Mountain Side”
“Travelling Riverside Blues”
“Bring it Home”
Despite Pink Floyd – The Wall’s difficult creation and the displeasure of its creators, the film received generally positive reviews and established a cult following. Which member of the band authored the script?
What legendary line was prominently included in The Doors song “L.A. Woman,” which became a symbol of Jim Morrison himself?
Mr. Mojo Risin’
The Lizard King
Which member of the band composed the majority of Led Zeppelin’s lyrics, heavily influenced by J.R.R. Tolkien’s stories?
John Paul Jones
Which of these Led Zeppelin songs contains lyrics about J. The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien?
“When the Levee Breaks”
“Misty Mountain Hop”
The Rolling Stones developed the raw, heavier-driven sound that came to characterize hard rock, breaking away from the popular music of the 1950s and early 1960s. When did they come into being?
Who is the only member of Pink Floyd who has been on every album since the band’s inception?
What previously unknown performance piece became renowned once it was featured on The Doors’ debut live album, Absolutely Live?
“When The Music’s Over”
“Celebration of the Lizard”
“The Crystal Ship”
Name the supergroup founded in 2009 by former Led Zeppelin bassist and keyboards John Paul Jones and Dave Grohl.
Them Crooked Vultures
What alias did the Rolling Stones use when they collaborated on a song?
Melvin Giganticus And The Turd Burglars
What filmmaking crew directed Gimme Shelter, the Rolling Stones documentary about the last weeks of their 1969 US tour?
The Duplass Brothers
Ryan Fleck & Anna Boden
Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky
Albert and David Maysles
How many Grammy Awards has Led Zeppelin received in addition to the Lifetime Achievement Award?
What well-known jazz musician appeared on The Doors’ song “Touch Me?”
During the 1970s, under what moniker did Mick Jagger and Keith Richards begin producing the Stones’ albums?
The Glimmer Twins
Sparkle and Shine
What Led Zeppelin song begin with:, “We come from the land of the cold and snow?”
“The Rain Song”
“Going to California”
What Rolling Stones album was influenced by dance music, particularly disco?
Black and Blue
After Led Zeppelin disbanded, Robert Plant formed what supergroup with Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck?
Jimmy Page Band
Temple of the Dog
The Dark Side of the Moon has gained significant critical acclaim, and it frequently appears on professional lists of the finest albums of all time. Who is the audio engineer for the album?
Swan Song Records, the band’s new record company, issued which Led Zeppelin album in 1975?
In Through the Out Door
John Bonham is widely regarded as one of the best rock drummers of all time due to his speed, power, distinct sound, and sense of groove. How did he pass away?
Excessive alcohol use
Drowned in the river
Which of the following was The Doors’ final single before Jim Morrison’s death?
“Riders on the Storm”
“End of the Night”
“When the Music’s Over”
Pink Floyd’s The Wall is a 1982 musical film based on the same-named album by Pink Floyd. What renowned musician plays Pink, a rockstar driven nuts by his father’s death?
Between 1970 and 1983, what guitar did David Gilmour play for the bulk of Pink Floyd gigs and on all of the band’s albums?
Gibson Les Paul
Gibson Flying V
Since his death, Jim Morrison has remained renowned as one of pop culture’s most iconoclastic figures, frequently embodying the counterculture movement. When did he pass away?
Roger Waters took over as Pink Floyd’s creative leader when Syd Barret left in 1968. When did Roger Waters depart from Pink Floyd?
Name The Doors’ most recent album on which Jim Morrison recites spoken-word poetry.
An American Prayer
Since drummer John Bonham’s death in 1980, Led Zeppelin’s three remaining members have only performed publicly on stage a few times. When was the last time you did this?
What was the name of the 1960s counter-culture club that featured many legendary musicians such as Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd?
The UFO Club
Ray Manzarek, the Doors’ keyboardist, played the final version of which of these songs on a harpsichord?
“Hello, I Love You”
“Love Me Two Times”
“Light My Fire”
The term “Pink Floyd” is derived from the surnames of two blues musicians. Who are they?
Pink Brown and Floyd George
Pink Council and Floyd Anderson
Pink Davis and Floyd Mayweather
Pink Anderson and Floyd Council
The Doors were constantly at the forefront of the conflict between art and commercialism. Aside from Jim Morrison, who other Doors member was anti-commercialization?
Morrison was the only one
Name David Gilmour’s fourth solo studio album that is both personal and introspective.
Rattle that Lock
The Division Bell
Jimmy Page is widely considered as one of the world’s most talented and influential guitarists. What band did he play in before forming Led Zeppelin?
The Strange Things
Derek and the Dominos
What American artist designed the original cover artwork for the Rolling Stones album Sticky Fingers?
Name the Rolling Stones’ first number-one song, which helped establish them as leaders of the music business in the summer of 1965.
“Start Me Up”
“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
“Honky Tonk Women”
“Paint it, Black”
Pink Floyd’s debut album, Atom Heart Mother, debuted at number one in the UK. Where was the recording made?
Abbey Road Studios
Electric Lady Studios