Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Tuesday Trivia

The answer to yesterday's question is:
Fergie.

Today's question is:
During the decade of the 70's, Jefferson Starship, Steely Dan, and Fleetwood Mac all released popular (lots of radio play time) songs in which the title was just a woman's first name. Identify any two of these songs. (Rhiannon doesn't count, it's not really a woman's name!)

6 comments:

gbradley said...

Rosanna, Georgie,

maxutils said...

5, by my count: 'Sara' and 'Jane' by Jefferson Starship; 'Peg' and 'Josie' by Steely Dan; 'Sara' by Fleetwood Mac

Alf said...

WTF - Rhiannon is not really a woman's name? It was when I was growing up back in Wales. She was kindofa "witch", and usually the "popular" girl.

Now Steely Dan's girls could have been Josie, Maxine, or Peg. But I digress...

Jefferson Airplane/Starship and Fleetwood Mac (post Peter Green) were utter crap, so they deserve to be totally ignored. Your honor, I enter into evidence the fact that the Clintons liked the later version of Fleetwood Mac. Barf....

Dick Clark said...

Jane

Peg

Rikki

Sara

5wahls said...

Peg - Steely Dan
How can you put one of the all time greats, Steely Dan, in the same sentence phrasing as Jefferson Starship?! :)

maxutils said...

Rhiannon was also the name of a girl in the movie I saw today . . .