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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did Jeremy Clyde explain to Faithfull?
(a) Love and sex were different things.
(b) Sexuality is a spectrum with no fixed points.
(c) The government was corrupted by money and power.
(d) Rock n roll was the future.

2. Who was NOT charged after the bust?
(a) Keith Richards.
(b) Marianne Faithfull.
(c) Mick Jagger.
(d) Robert Fraser.

3. What effect did acid have on Jagger, according to Faithfull?
(a) He was less petty.
(b) He was more spiteful.
(c) He was more paranoid.
(d) He was more guarded.

4. Why does Faithfull say she started dating Mick Jagger?
(a) She wanted to know the things Jagger knew.
(b) She had always loved Jagger.
(c) Keith Richards suggested it.
(d) She was bored with her husband.

5. What does Faithfull say were Brian Jones' feelings about 'Ruby Tuesday'?
(a) It was the last nonsense he would record with the Stones.
(b) It would be his favorite song.
(c) It would cement his legacy.
(d) It would haunt him for the rest of his life.

6. How did 'Ruby Tuesday' start?
(a) As a recorder riff.
(b) As a folk song.
(c) As an instrumental.
(d) As a classical tune.

7. What did Mick Jagger decide he wanted to do in the late 60s when he got restless?
(a) Run for Parliament.
(b) Start a family.
(c) Start touring.
(d) Move to America.

8. How does Faithfull characterize her early days with Mick Jagger?
(a) Tumultuous.
(b) Violent.
(c) Out of kilter.
(d) Happy.

9. What did Faithfull say the Rolling Stones were accused of being?
(a) Insurgents.
(b) Terrorists.
(c) Anarchists.
(d) Revolutionaries.

10. What advice did Faithfull get about recording?
(a) Sing the vowels.
(b) Sing close to the mike.
(c) Articulate clearly.
(d) Sing a bit ahead of the beat.

11. What shocked Faithfull in Jagger's behavior?
(a) He couldn't be without her.
(b) He beat her.
(c) He began to adore her.
(d) He mistook her for someone else.

12. How did Faithfull start to think of her husband after the baby was born?
(a) He was undermining her.
(b) He was divine.
(c) He was tiresome.
(d) He was belittling her.

13. What were diplomats beginning to plan for, according to Faithfull?
(a) A world tour.
(b) Charity missions for the Rolling Stones.
(c) The Rolling Stones' downfall.
(d) Canonization of the Rolling Stones.

14. What was Mick Jagger always pretending, according to Faithfull?
(a) They were always having sex.
(b) They were a corporation, in the business of making art.
(c) They were revolutionaries
(d) They were a nuclear family, with Jagger and Faithfull as the parents.

15. What shocked Faithfull in Jagger's behavior?
(a) He began to adore her.
(b) He couldn't be without her.
(c) He beat her.
(d) He mistook her for someone else.

Short Answer Questions

1. What were Faithfull's feelings about Bob Dylan?

2. Where did Faithfull and Jagger and James Fox and Andee Cohen spend time together?

3. What does Faithfull say about the acid Jagger took in the 1960s?

4. What did Faithfull feel when she had her baby?

5. Who is James Fox?

(see the answer keys)

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