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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. What religion intrigued Tina during the Seventies?
2. Whose television special did Tina appear on during this time?
(a) Sonny and Cher's.
(b) Olivia Newton-John's.
(c) Dean Martin's.
(d) Frank Sinatra's.
3. Who was the boy genius of the musical world in the Sixties?
(a) Jack Spencer.
(b) Sam Philips.
(c) Phil Spector.
(d) Peter Guber.
4. How much money did Tina earn for her five-week tour in South Africa?
(a) $150,000 per week.
(b) $75,000 per week.
(c) $50,000 per week.
(d) $1,000,000 per week.
5. What was the state of Ike and Tina's record sales during the mid Seventies?
(c) Totally tanked.
(d) Holding steady.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which New York hotel finally agreed to let Tina perform?
2. What respiratory disease did Tina get that took her years to recover from?
3. What was the name of the last Top 30 hit that Ike and Tina had together?
4. What magazine published an account of Ike and Tina's life that infuriated Ike?
5. Ike and Tina open for which headliner in Las Vegas in 1969?
Short Essay Questions
1. Although "River Deep-Mountain High" was a flop in America, it was a hit in Europe and launched what phase of Tina's life?
2. What were the circumstances of Tina's falling ill with tuberculosis?
3. How did Ike's cocaine habit worsen his physical abuse of people?
4. Describe Ike's deterioration in light of Tina's success in TOMMY?
5. What was Tina's role in TOMMY and who were some of the other stars involved?
6. What changes did Davies advise Tina to make in her act?
7. How was Tina able to get a hotel room in Dallas with no money?
8. How did Rhonda Graam try to help Tina get work and what was the major stumbling block?
9. How did Tina manage to get away from Ike in Dallas?
10. How did Davies manage to get Tina's single career launched in the United States?
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