Sorry, Millennials, only Boomers can match these early David Bowie songs to the right albums

Do you know any songs from his debut in 1967?


Image: Deram / RCA

David Bowie was just as famous for his look and persona as he was for his music. But the iconic cosmic, glam-rock style was only one part of a long career. His self-titled debut came out in 1967 (not to be confused with his next self-titled album in 1969) and while it’s certainly off-the-wall, its sound is very rooted in the Sixties.

We’ve taken 12 songs from four early Bowie albums: David Bowie from 1967, Hunky Dory, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars and Aladdin Sane. Some are well-known hits, others only the biggest fans will know. Millennials may be bringing back vinyl, but we think only Boomers can ace this quiz.

Are you a David Bowie fan? Try to match his early songs from the Sixties and Seventies to the right albums!

  1. Moonage Daydream
  2. Rubber Band
  3. Changes
  4. Watch That Man
  5. Silly Boy Blue
  6. Starman
  7. Drive-In Saturday
  8. Oh! You Pretty Things
  9. Love You Till Tuesday
  10. Suffragette City
  11. The Prettiest Star
  12. Quicksand

Sorry, Millennials, only Boomers can match these early David Bowie songs to the right albums

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Beatseeker 22 months ago
didn't even take the quiz... just wondered what the heck does this have to do with METV?!?
geatornez82 23 months ago
Can we please stop with the Boomer vs. Millennials thing?
oobusdoobus 23 months ago
don't let anybody fool you. i am the spider from mars and i love that record. my band played ziggy in bars a few years back, everybody loved it
retro6 23 months ago
9/12. Mostly guesss but did recognize tha sing Changes, I know the the Bing Crosby/David Bowie Christmas sing and familiar with some of his 80’s - on songs. But more familiar with Iman who was his wife.
Chrisx 23 months ago
Sorry MeTV, David Bowie was not popular with Baby Boomers, but Glitter Rockers....
pavapaul Chrisx 23 months ago
That is insane! Of course boomers were part of the Bowie legend . A vital part
327053 23 months ago
4/12 All guesses 🤷‍♂️
AllisonWunderland 23 months ago
8/12…👏 (but I cheated 😉) I waited on my friend to call me 🤷‍♀️😂
RichLorn 23 months ago
Obviously I'm not a David Bowie fan. But I am an MeTV fan. So as a loyalist I took the quiz anyway and made of fool of myself. And I didn't get so much as a thank you.
JERRY6 23 months ago
t not a big fan but did see his shows in the 70's 80's
ABombria 23 months ago
Neither boomers nor millennials will get it.


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justjeff PaulaHUB 23 months ago
Hi, I'm Paula... a spam-bot trying to get your personal information by posting this crap all over the web...
RichLorn PaulaHUB 23 months ago
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Wendy57 RichLorn 23 months ago
Beatseeker PaulaHUB 22 months ago
hi paula, i got class and you don't...
SusanTammy 23 months ago
9/12 I should have done better than that!
bmorgan 23 months ago
12/12 but make it more difficult with more than four albums to choose from! Bowie was the best. Miss his style.
lynngdance 23 months ago
8/12. “Moonage Daydream” might as well be “Daydream Believer” since David Bowie’s real name is David
But, being a Monkees fan, I’ll take this time to mention a lesser known album by a “David Jones” who is more familiar to me. Did you know that Davy Jones had an album before he was a Monkee? Yup! It was called....well...”David Jones” 😄.

Here’s a song from it that fits right in with his persona on the Monkees he would soon have. It’s called “Put Me Amongst the Girls” 😜

By the way, you might notice from the photo that this album is from the Colpix Record Label. That is also the same record label that a certain “Michael Blessing” was on. You might know him better from the name he used later though....Michael Nesmith. Yes. Davy Jones and Michael Nesmith were on the same record label before they even knew each other. But, It’s gets even more Twilight Zone-ish. Davy Jones and Michael Nesmith also share a Birthday, different years, but the same day; December 30th. 😳
justjeff lynngdance 23 months ago
and... Colpix Records evoved into Colgems... the Monkees' label!
lynngdance justjeff 23 months ago
Exactly! 😁
justjeff lynngdance 23 months ago
Of couse, I meant "evolved"... but you knew that...
lynngdance justjeff 23 months ago
Haha! Didn’t even notice 😄
LoveMETV22 lynngdance 23 months ago
You will enjoy The Sunday Block Party for 7/10 then. They usually update the schedule midday on Friday.
lynngdance LoveMETV22 23 months ago
Yes!! I just looked at the schedule! The Sunday after this Sunday. Thx! 😄
LoveMETV22 lynngdance 23 months ago
YW. I'm glad they didn't do Sally 2 weekends in a row. I like the 2 shows, but enjoy the movies she appeared in more. 😄
justjeff 23 months ago
"Sorry Millenials... only the best tuna gets to be Starkist... and tell 'em Boomers sent ya"...
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MaryAnn texasluva 23 months ago
Loved the Mr. Ed clip! I kinda have a thing for Clint Eastwood. 😊
texasluva MaryAnn 23 months ago
Thank you. I have plenty of Clint's movies. Quizzers get many movies during each week and the Movie Quiz on Friday nights. Here is one from 1976 For a Few Dollars More.

For A Few Dollars More (1965) 2 hr 10 min-
Sergio Leone
Clint Eastwood---Lee Van Cleef---Gian Maria Volontè---Mara Krupp

Two bounty hunters with the same intentions team up to track down an escaped Mexican outlaw.

Just copy and paste the movie link then click arrow to play also put to full screen.
I have many newer movies Clint played in and directed. You are more then welcomed to come and play or just watch and chat with others. It's a friendly group of 4 to 6. Midweek coming attractions, Friday night quiz and weekend special movies. Friday night you have along with the movie quiz, entertainment, bonus movies you just take with you and watch at your whim. The rules are. Oh wait---There are no rules. All guesses are welcomed. When the movie is guessed everyone gets it under their name as winner. You ask what kind of movies. All kinds. Not only classics but newer ones too. Though usually the quiz movie is a classic one. I have movies from 1930's to 2020. Some nights you might get The Mule (Clint Eastwood movie) or Grand Torino. Even Unforgiven. Or a Superhero movie--Iron Man or classic one such as Dial M For Murder. A ton of Hitchcock movies like North By Northwest etc. A slew of horror mystery - Psycho, Scream- The Haunting, you name it. Last weekend was Stand By Me and Independence Day. Frank Sinatra movies like Suddenly, From Here To Eternity and of course the original Oceans Eleven with fellow rat pack buds. You can always check back on Friday's going back a couple of years for past Quizzes. They are at various locations I pick out for those to follow. below is an example of one such movie quiz.

Movie Guessing Quiz time......Yep time to take your best shot at guessing with some clues provided. Don't fret. If no one guesses you get more clues. Easier to the frontal lobes ones. This here block-buster should be in ones library. Once someone takes down the mystery then ALL get to share. If it was me I would sure get the lowdown where this movie is located and bookmark it to death.
It's one of those movies fit for any ole time but around Halloween it will give you the shivers just the same. Something very evil in this persons thoughts. Bound and determined to get exactly what he wishes. One way or another. It will have you gnawing on your nails and fretting on what's next to happen. Absolutely in most folks top 100 movies to watch. It is one of those 1950's block busters. Genre is one of Crime--Drama--Film-Noir. Chilling.....

We Start off with some interesting entertainment. The music series starting in 1950. Picking songs that were most popular during months of the 50's decade.3-4 songs selected each year. Along with other showings of music and movie clips or parts of a TV show such as Johnny Carson and other interesting topics.

April 1950-Teresa Brewer - Music Music Music-.

June 1950- The Third Man-Zither music by Anton Karas- I will be showing this movie in the near future-

August 1950- Mona Lisa-Nat King Cole-

Hitchcock Cameos-


Ka - boom (Animation)-

The Old Man Down The Road-John Fogerty.

Charles Bronson; You Brought Two Too Many- Note you will be seeing this movie again soon. -

Bonus movie #1--
3:10 to Yuma (1957 ) 1 hr 32 min--Drama--Thriller--Western
Delmer Daves
Glenn Ford--Van Heflin--Felicia Farr--Henry Jones-- Richard Jaeckel

Bonus Movie #2-
Back To The Future (1985)- 1hr 56 min-Adventure--Comedy-- Sci-FI
Robert Zemeckis
Michael J. Fox--Christopher Lloyd--Lea Thompson

MrsPhilHarris hunted this movie right down. Now we all can watch-
The Night Of The Hunter-Congrats MPH Let's all watch it.

The Night of the Hunter (1955) 1 hr 33 min-Crime--Drama--Film-Noir
Charles Laughton
Robert Mitchum--Shelley Winters--Lillian Gish
A religious fanatic marries a gullible widow whose young children are reluctant to tell him where their real daddy hid the $10,000 he'd stolen in a robbery.

If you wish to attend I can send location info 9 P.M. Friday nights Usually in one of the past stories or quiz pages selected. That way there is no normal traffic of others posting. It's for anyone on the MeTV site to take part if wished.
texasluva MaryAnn 23 months ago
Thursday Best Movie Opening credits pick- I am putting up 10 Best Movie Openings. Give me your top 3 picks. I will use 10 points for #1 7 points for #2 and 5 for #3. then give you the totals once those have chimed in.

Watchmen 2009 Opening Scene-

Psycho's opening credits-

A bit longer version of Psycho-

Halloween (1978) Opening Sequence-

Do The Right Thing opening-Not sure if this is your own right thing but we have to put in Spike Lee movie opening just in case--I just work here 😉--

Touch of Evil Opening Shot--

Once the credit start rolling you know that Bill is in deep hockey. Then the music rolls with the video. You get the chills just knowing what's in store for those who left her for dead.
Kill Bill 2, by Quentin Tarantino (2004) - Opening scene--

Star-Lord Dance // Opening Credits | Guardians of the Galaxy--

Lord of War - Intro (HD)--

Goldfinger Theme Song - James Bond--

Pulp Fiction (1994) - Opening Credits--

North By Northwest - Opening Titles--

My votes go to
1. North By Northwest
2. Kill Bill 2
3. Tie Between Guardians of the Galaxy and Pulp Fiction
texasluva MaryAnn 23 months ago
MQ @ Can you name all these side characters in the 1960s Batman? 9:00 CT
vinman63 23 months ago
2 out of 12 enjoy his music but can't name is albums
brnstvs 23 months ago
I'm a happy 22-year-old boomer who got 12 out of 12.
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