Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How was "Catch a Fire" received?
(a) It was a gigantic failure.
(b) It was a huge success.
(c) It was released after Bob's death.
(d) It was never released.

2. What happened to the producer of "The Best of the Wailers"?
(a) He died of a massive heart attack at thirty-eight years old.
(b) Nothing unusual.
(c) He was paralyzed in a car accident the next day.
(d) He succeeded at all of his future ventures.

3. What popular label in Jamaica did the Wailers release a song on in Chapter 13, "Crisis"?
(a) Jamaica Recording and Publishing Studio, Ltd.
(b) Jamaican Records.
(c) JAD and Cayman Music.
(d) Tuff Gong.

4. Whose jealousy became apparent during the Wailers' tour?
(a) Bunny Livingston.
(b) Bob Marley.
(c) Winston Matthews.
(d) Peter Tosh.

5. How were women seen in Rita's new religion?
(a) As prophets.
(b) As child bearers.
(c) As a hindrance.
(d) As useless.

6. Who decided to release the Wailers' old tracks for pure profit?
(a) Chris Blackwell.
(b) Leslie Kong.
(c) Coxsone Dodd.
(d) Bob Marley.

7. Who quickly became a musical prophet for Jamaicans?
(a) Bob Marley.
(b) Bunny Livingston.
(c) Winston Matthews.
(d) Peter Tosh.

8. Why was Bunny imprisoned?
(a) For marijuana possession.
(b) For stealing food for his children.
(c) For murdering his wife.
(d) For fighting another band.

9. What rumors circulated upon Marley's return to Jamaica?
(a) That he would be better than ever before.
(b) No rumors circulated about Marley upon his return to Jamaica.
(c) That he would not be as good as he once was.
(d) That he was dead.

10. Who questioned Bob's talents and overall gifts with the mystic world?
(a) His grandfather.
(b) His sister.
(c) His mother.
(d) His godmother.

11. Who had left the Wailers by Chapter 14, "Who the Cap Fit"?
(a) Bunny and Peter.
(b) Winston and Bob.
(c) Bob and Bunny.
(d) Peter and Winston.

12. Who purchased a house in Kingston in the early 1970s in order to get some Jamaican roots?
(a) Bob Marley.
(b) Bunny Livingston.
(c) Chris Blackwell.
(d) Leslie Kong.

13. Where were the Wailers sent to stimulate some interest in the label and music in Chapter 13, "Crisis"?
(a) America.
(b) Africa.
(c) Jamaica.
(d) England.

14. What concert was Bob asked to do that would be sponsored by the Jamaican Ministry of Culture?
(a) Rasta-Jammin'.
(b) Island Friends.
(c) One Love Peace.
(d) Smile Jamaica.

15. What did the house at 56 Hope Road become known as?
(a) Island House.
(b) Spliff House.
(c) Jamaican House.
(d) Marley Manor.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who were the two new additions to Marley's house in Chapter 12, "Coming In From the Cold"?

2. When rumors spread that Bob Marley was dead, how did he prove that he was back on top?

3. What was placed outside the house for three days after Omeriah's death?

4. Who did Omeriah bequeath his entire estate to?

5. As Rita wondered if Selassie is the True God, what did he do?

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