That Day This Morning, the quiz series on all things TAAQ that runs in our periodicity-challenged newsletter ThermalAndAQuarterly, has scored one for itself.
Last month we asked: Who performs Indian classical vocals on the title track of Jupiter Café?
The answer: Rajesh Mehar.
Winners: Raheel Shariff, Bharath R, Jayanth S, Sourav Das, Roshan Vid and our regulars Ananth Menon and Snehal Pinto. Congratulations, folks! Await your elusive prizes!
By the way, that question drew the maximum number of responses, a number of them all-correct ones. As a listener-supported, user-generated content-driven band, we felt that we were reserving the dirty pleasure of asking the tough questions. So, in a sweeping gesture of democracy, we decreed that this month on, past winners shall ask the questions.
Snehal Pinto asks: In Brigade Street (Thermal And A Quarter, Jupiter Café, 2002), where and what does ‘Six floors up, one street down’ refer to?
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