Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 2, Day 2

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Re: Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Round 2, Day 2

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ALBUMS OF THE YEAR: 1959-1979

2: Stevie Wonder
4: Peter Gunn
6: Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
8: Frank CLAMnatra
10: Blood, Sweat and Tears?

VESSELS OF EXPLORATION

3: Santa Maria
6: Trinidad
9: Amundsen
12: Cook's vessel... HMS CLAM
15: Endeavour

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ALBUMS OF THE YEAR: 1959-1979
2: Stevie Wonder
4: Peter Gunn
6: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
8: Frank Sinatra
10: Blood, Sweat, and Tears

VESSELS OF EXPLORATION
3: Santa Maria
6: Trinidad
9: Roald Amundsen
12: Endeavour
15: Challenger

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2: Stevie Wonder
4: Peter Gunn
6: Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
8: I'll venture a guess ... Frank Sinatra
10: Blood, Sweat and Tears

3: Santa Maria
6: Trinidad
9: Amundsen
12: CLAMtrepid
15: CLAMdeavor
Poo-tee-weet? So it goes.

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ALBUMS OF THE YEAR: 1959-1979

Not exactly Classic Rock, but I hope it'll suffice.

2: Stevie Wonder

4: The Rockford Files

6: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

8: PASS

10: PASS

VESSELS OF EXPLORATION

3: The Santa Maria

6: Trinidad

9: Amundsen

12: The Endeavour

15: Challenger

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2. Ray Charles
4. Pink Panther
6. Abbey Road? (don't think it's Pepper's; beyond that I'm totally guessing)
8. CLAM (Sinatra??)
10. CLAM

3. Santa Maria (Is this just a 1-in-3 shot? I'll try the flagship)
6. Trinidad
9. Roald Amundsen
12. CLAM (Bounty??)
15. CLAM
Ouch.

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2. Ray Charles
4:
6: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
8:
10:


3:
6:Trinidad
9: Roald Amundson
12:
15. Challenger.

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DadofTwins wrote:ALBUMS OF THE YEAR: 1959-1979

Not exactly Classic Rock, but I hope it'll suffice.

2: At least two good, available guesses. Too tired to flip the coin....

4: Peter Gunn

6: I hang my head in abject shame. A child of the sixties with no clue about Beatles music.

8: But then I don't know much about the popular music of any era....

10: WAG Blood Sweat and Tears


VESSELS OF EXPLORATION

3: WAG Santa Maria

6: WAG Trinidad

9: Amundsen

12: The HMS Clam

15: Houston, The Clam has landed.
Oh well, tomorrow is another day....

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2: Stevie Wonder
4: Peter Gunn
6: Magical Mystery Tour
8: Frank Sinatra
10: Blood, Sweat, & Tears

3: Santa Maria
6: Trinidad (at least that sounds more Magellanic than "Tobago")
9: Roald Amundsen
12: CLAM
15: Challenger
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ALBUMS OF THE YEAR: 1959-1979

2: Stevie Wonder
4: Peter Gunn
6: Revolver
8: Frank Sinatra
10: --

VESSELS OF EXPLORATION
3: --
6: Trinidad
9: Amundsen
12: --
15: Endeavour

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ALBUMS OF THE YEAR: 1959-1979

Not exactly Classic Rock, but I hope it'll suffice.

2: Stevie Wonder

4:

6: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

8: Frank Sinatra?

10:

VESSELS OF EXPLORATION

3: Santa Maria

6: Trinidad (and Tobago)

9: Amundson

12:

15: Challenger

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2: Stevie Wonder
4: CLAM
6: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
8: CLAM
10: CLAM

3: Pinta
6: CLAM (It's one of two)
9: Amundsen
12: CLAM
15: CLAM

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2: Stevie Wonder
4: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
6: clam
8: clam
10: Chicago
3: Nina
6: Trinidad
9: Amundsen
12: clam
15: clam

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2: Ray Charles
4: CLAM
6: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
8: CLAM
10: CLAM
3: CLAM
6: CLAM
9: CLAM
12: CLAM
15: CLAM

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ALBUMS OF THE YEAR: 1959-1979

Not exactly Classic Rock, but I hope it'll suffice.

2: Wonder

4: The Pink Panther?

6: clam

8: clam

10: clam

VESSELS OF EXPLORATION

3: Nina?

6: clam

9: Amundsen?

12: clam

15: clam

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DadofTwins wrote:ALBUMS OF THE YEAR: 1959-1979

Not exactly Classic Rock, but I hope it'll suffice.

2: Stevie Wonder

4: Henry Mancini's music from this TV series about a private investigator was the first recording to win Album of the Year.

6: The only Beatles album to win, it includes “When I'm Sixty-Four” and “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.”

8: The first performer to win three times, he went back-to-back in 1966 and 1967 for “September of My Years” and “An Man and His Music.”

10: This band's eponymous second album, featuring “Spinning Wheel” and a cover of “You Make Me So Very Happy,” beat out “The Age of Aquarius” and “Johnny Cash at San Quentin” for the 1970 award.

VESSELS OF EXPLORATION

3: Sancho Ruiz and Alonzo Perez Roldan were the pilots of this ship that ran aground on Hispanola Christmas morning, 1492.

6: A Caribbean island whose capital is Port of Spain shares its name with this vessel, flagship of Magellan's voyage to circumnavigate the globe.

9: Amundsen

12: This vessel, scuttled by the British off Rhode Island during the Revolutionary War, was the first European ship to visit the east coast of Australia.

15: This name is shared by the Apollo 17 lunar module, a space shuttle, and the first steamship to cross the Antarctic Circle.

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DadofTwins wrote:
2: Stevie Wonder

4: Henry Mancini's music from this TV series about a private investigator was the first recording to win Album of the Year.

6: The only Beatles album to win, it includes “When I'm Sixty-Four” and “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.”

8: The first performer to win three times, he went back-to-back in 1966 and 1967 for “September of My Years” and “An Man and His Music.”

10: This band's eponymous second album, featuring “Spinning Wheel” and a cover of “You Make Me So Very Happy,” beat out “The Age of Aquarius” and “Johnny Cash at San Quentin” for the 1970 award.

VESSELS OF EXPLORATION

3: Sancho Ruiz and Alonzo Perez Roldan were the pilots of this ship that ran aground on Hispanola Christmas morning, 1492.

6: A Caribbean island whose capital is Port of Spain shares its name with this vessel, flagship of Magellan's voyage to circumnavigate the globe.

9: Amundsen

12: This vessel, scuttled by the British off Rhode Island during the Revolutionary War, was the first European ship to visit the east coast of Australia.

15: This name is shared by the Apollo 17 lunar module, a space shuttle, and the first steamship to cross the Antarctic Circle.

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2. Ray Charles
4. clam
6. clam
8. clam
10. clam

3. Santa Maria
6. clam
9. clam
12. clam
15. clam

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ALBUMS OF THE YEAR: 1959-1979

Not exactly Classic Rock, but I hope it'll suffice.

2: This blind piano player won his first award in 1974 for Innervisions; by 1977, he had won three times. Who is Stevie Wonder?

4: Henry Mancini's music from this TV series about a private investigator was the first recording to win Album of the Year. What is Peter Gunn?

6: The only Beatles album to win, it includes “When I'm Sixty-Four” and “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.” What is Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band?

8: The first performer to win three times, he went back-to-back in 1966 and 1967 for “September of My Years” and “An Man and His Music.” Who was Frank Sinatra?

10: This band's eponymous second album, featuring “Spinning Wheel” and a cover of “You Make Me So Very Happy,” beat out “The Age of Aquarius” and “Johnny Cash at San Quentin” for the 1970 award. What is Blood, Sweat and Tears?

VESSELS OF EXPLORATION

3: Sancho Ruiz and Alonzo Perez Roldan were the pilots of this ship that ran aground on Hispanola Christmas morning, 1492. What is the Santa Maria?

6: A Caribbean island whose capital is Port of Spain shares its name with this vessel, flagship of Magellan's voyage to circumnavigate the globe. What is Trinidad?

9: The Fram, named for the Norwegian word for “forward,” carried this expedition leader and his team to and from Antarctica. Who was Amundsen?

12: This vessel, scuttled by the British off Rhode Island during the Revolutionary War, was the first European ship to visit the east coast of Australia. What is the Endeavour?

15: This name is shared by the Apollo 17 lunar module, a space shuttle, and the first steamship to cross the Antarctic Circle. What is Atlantis?
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2. Wonder
4. Pink Panther
6. clam
8. clam
10. Blood, sweat, and tears

3. Santa Maria
6. clam
9. Amundsen
12. clam
15. clam

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2. Stevie Wonder
4. Clam
6. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
8. Clam
10. Clam
3. Santa Maria
6. Clam
9. Amundsen
1lamBlam
15. Endeavor

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