Jimi Hendrix “What song is this” Quiz

Jimi Hendrix “What song is this” Quiz

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Jimi Hendrix "What song is this" Quiz

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Question 1
"If I don't see you no more in this world, I'll..er..meet you on the next one" which song is this from?
A
Voodoo Child (slight return)
B
Purple Haze
C
Fire
D
All Along the Watchtower
Question 1 Explanation: 
Jimi Hendrix's only number 1, which hit the top spot only after his death in 1970.
Question 2
'Wait a minute there's something wrong here, the key won't unlock this door.' What song is this?
A
Room Full of Mirrors
B
Red House
C
Manic Depression
D
Morrison's Lament
Question 2 Explanation: 
There's a Red House over yonder That's where my baby stays There's a Red House over yonder, baby That's where my baby stays Well, I ain't been home to see my baby, in ninety nine and one half days. 'Bout time I see her, Wait a minute something's wrong here The key won't unlock the door.
Question 3
'When I'm sad, she comes to me, with a thousand smile, she gives to me for free.' What song is this?
A
Voodoo Chile
B
Castles Made of Sand
C
Little Wing
D
Crosstown Traffic
Question 4
This is a lyric from the Hendrix song 'Stone Free' - "But they don't realise, they're so easy to leak"
A
False
B
True
Question 4 Explanation: 
The actual lyric was "easy to break". From the song "Stone Free", one of many 60's songs which speaks of freedom. In many of Jimi's songs the lyrics seem as though he has recently been proposed to and wrote a song to explain why he declined. Other songs of this nature include "Freedom" and "51st anniversary".
Question 5
'You make love, you break love, it's all the same.' What song is this?
A
Bold as Love
B
The Wind Cries Mary
C
Manic Depression
D
Are You Experienced
Question 5 Explanation: 
Manic depression is searching my soul I know what I want But I just don't know, honey How to go about getting it Feeling sweet feeling Drops from my fingers fingers Manic depression is captured my soul
Question 6
'Some people say, daydreams are for the lazy minded fools, with nothing else to do. So let them laugh, laugh at me, so just as long as I have you to see me through I have nothing to lose.' What song is this?
A
Red House
B
May This Be Love
C
Angel
D
Little Wing
Question 7
'A Little Indian brave who, before he was ten, played wargames in the woods with his Indian friends.' What song is this?
A
Castles Made of Sand
B
Woah Eeh
C
Stone Free
D
Cherokee Mist
Question 8
"Well she's walking, through the clouds" - which Hendrix song is this from?
A
Little Wing
B
All Along the Watchtower
C
If 6 was 9
D
Bold as Love
Question 8 Explanation: 
Very good song, with complex underrated guitar intro. Hendrix, the greatest musician of all time, at the peak of his greatness, only a year after the legendary Woodstock 1969, tragically died - apparently after choking on his own vomit after a drinking session in late 1970.
Question 9
"Tyre tracks all across your back, I can see you had your fun" - which Hendrix song is this from?
A
Crosstown Traffic
B
Night Bird Flying
C
Freedom
D
Red House
Question 9 Explanation: 
Funny song when the lyrics are listened to. This was also on the advertisement for Channel 4's 2005 "Greatest Artists of the last 50 Years", however Jimi Hendrix was beaten by The Beatles for the '60's slot.
Question 10
"You got my pride, hanging out of my bed" - which Hendrix song is this from?
A
Night Bird Flying
B
Angel
C
Fire
D
Freedom
Question 10 Explanation: 
The next line is "You messing with my life, so I bought my lead" - genius
Question 11
'...And she told me a story yesterday, about the sweet love between the moon and the deep blue sea.' What song is this?
A
Up From the Skies
B
Angel
C
Moon, Turn the Tides...Gently Gently Away
D
Gypsy Eyes
Question 12
"'cause if my baby don't love me no more, I know her....sister will" - which Hendrix song is this from?
A
Hey Joe
B
Voodoo Child (slight return)
C
Red House
D
Dolly Dagger
Question 12 Explanation: 
An unexpected comical twist to the story told in the song. Marginally funnier than another of the lyrics in this song - "Looks like my baby don't live here no more...that's alright, I've still got my guitar".
Question 13
"He used to sing for his supper, babe" - which Hendrix song is this from?
A
Remember
B
Castles Made of Sand
C
Are You Experienced
D
Third Stone from the Sun
Question 14
'...and knowing all the time, you still roam the countryside, do you still think about me?' What song is this?
A
Gypsy Eyes
B
Astro Man
C
Power to Love
D
Freedom
Question 15
"There was a young girl, whose heart was a frown, 'cos she was crippled for life and she couldn't speak a sound" - Which Hendrix song is this from?
A
Angel
B
Foxey Lady
C
Castles Made of Sand
D
Bold as Love
Question 15 Explanation: 
Great lyrics. One of the tracks from "Axis: Bold as Love", which also includes "Bold As Love" and "If 6 was 9". "Castles Made of Sand" tells the story of three parties - a man crying to his separated wife; a young Indian boy who dreamed of joining the war party and, upon his first war he is killed ("surprise attack killed him in his sleep that night"); and a young crippled girl who wants to committ suicide by the sea, until she sees a "sight she'd never seen", which made her "jump and say: look a golden winged ship is passing my way". An interesting bunch of tales.
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  1. Thanks but no thanks,the reward for completing this easy test,there is nothing rare about it,the video footage has nothing to do with the song. Quality of reward,poor. Nice thought though.

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