"You got every question right! Wow, you know everything there is to know about Karen Carpenter! You are a Carpenters’ “Superstar”! That was my result. Thank you for posting Harry.
Same one that tripped me up too.I missed the slightly confusing sixth question, "What was Karen Carpenter known for as a singer?" I knew she had a big range, but the "money's in the basement", so I chose the baritone answer. The phrase "low baritone" could be describing the fact that her lowest register is in the baritone range. I don't know anyone who praises Karen for the high notes she can reach, so I don't think she was "known" for that.
I think it was Randy Schmidt in "Little Girl Blue" who briefly discusses Karen (partly) learning to play drums by playing along with the rare, exotic rhythms laid down by Joe Morello of The Dave Brubeck Quartet, especially those on the very popular and ground-breaking 60s album "Time Out" - Joe became one of her favorites...one of her idols...check him at about the 4:40 mark on "Take Five" below (even Dave is captivated):9/10. I actually, finally, learned something I didn't know (which album inspired her to play drums)! But when the results came back it said "Karen would be proud," so I'll take that!
I got 10/10 on this one! So, out of the two quizzes, I got a total of 19/20. That's 95%. That's an "A."There is also a quiz about Carpenters, the band:
I got 9 out of 10 on this one....the music-lyrics question fouled me up!