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This week's winner: Nancy Spaid of St. Petersburg knew that late Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones played the saxophone solo on The Beatles' You Know My Name (Look Up The Number), often misidentified on liner notes and record labels as You Know My Name (Look Up My Number). Spaid also knew this other neat tidbit: That's Jones heard clinking drinking classes on the Beatles' Yellow Submarine. Way to go, Spaid!

This week's question: General Public makes its way to the Tampa Bay area this weekend. The band was begun in the early 1980s by Dave Wakeling and Ranking Roger, former members of the British ska-pop band, the English Beat. General Public scored in 1984 with the anti-racism dance club smash Tenderness, from its debut album, All The Rage. The album featured a guest spot by a well-known guitarist. To enter your name in the random drawing for the Weekend T-shirt, tell us the name of the guitarist who helped out General Public.

Fax entries to Team Pop Trivia, (727) 892-2327, send e-mail to or send your entry in an envelope as our ancestors used to: Team Pop Trivia, c/o Weekend, St. Petersburg Times, P.O. Box 1121, St. Petersburg, FL 33731. All mailed entries must be postmarked by Friday (the day after we ask the question). Faxes and e-mail can come as late as Monday morning. Please include your full name, address, phone number and the size T-shirt your body requires.