Otis Redding wrote "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay" while sitting on the dock of the bay. 8 points.
- Otis really did write "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay" while he was sitting on the dock of the bay doing exactly what the song describes.
Maybe Otis was trying to absorb it all. It has happened so fast, or so it seemed.
He was about to reach the pinnacle of success - this close - to having "made it" to the bigtime. He was destined to be a permanent fixture on the rock and roll scene when fate had other plans. But, after his death, this song brought him back like no other song could. It's relaxed melody told us that everything was gonna be okay and even without Otis - the idea lives on. A sunny day. A dock. Watching the ships come in. That was dock of the bay.
Next question for 8 points:
What did Al Jardine say the Beach Boys music was full of:
D) The American way
The answer is in this video.
Robin Williams portrayed a DJ who woke up the troops in Vietnam with "Good morning Vietnam!"
Who was that DJ?
A) Engelbert Humperdink
B) David Hasselhoff
C) Tim Conway
For the answer: Click here.