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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Ike and Tina open for which headliner in Las Vegas in 1969?
(a) The Four Seasons.
(b) Elvis Presley.
(c) Frank Sinatra.
(d) Paul Anka.
2. Which of Tina's body parts did Ike break and still made Tina sing that night?
3. What did Tina discover that she and Ann Thomas had in common during this time?
(a) They were both from Tennessee.
(b) They were both pregnant with Ike's child.
(c) They both want to take flying lessons.
(d) They both want to live in France.
4. Which Otis Redding hit did Tina record that made it big?
(b) Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay.
(c) I've Been Loving You Too Long.
(d) These Arms of Mine.
5. Spector's approach to music became known as ________________.
(a) The wall of sound.
(b) The most sound around.
(c) Bound to be sound.
(d) Universal sound.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following did Tina's lawyer demand in her divorce from Ike?
2. Ike never gave Tina _______________.
3. Which rock star invited Tina to sing with him on a Saturday Night Live appearance?
4. When did Tina begin to feel a change within herself?
5. What song became Ike and Tina's biggest hit?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the state of Ike and Tina's career in the mid 1970s?
2. Describe Ike's deterioration in light of Tina's success in TOMMY?
3. Although "River Deep-Mountain High" was a flop in America, it was a hit in Europe and launched what phase of Tina's life?
4. What were the circumstances of Tina's falling ill with tuberculosis?
5. How did Ike's cocaine habit worsen his physical abuse of people?
6. How did Buddhism help Tina begin to heal her life?
7. What song became Ike and Tina's last hit together?
8. How did Tina finally secure a record contract with Capitol Records as a single artist?
9. What did Tina do for the first time in Dallas in July of 1976?
10. How was Ike's abuse escalating out of control?
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