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A few weeks ago Klaus Brunner sent me a little story and fotos.
One of his old school friends (now sitting in a wheel chair)
visited him and brought some old fotos of the guys from 1964 that were
back then in a group called "The Sky Rockets".
A young, 15 years old Herbert "The Cruncher" Hooke is also in the foto.
I have to ask them if I am allowed to upload the picture here.
Remember Gary Usher once had answered my letter given to him by John Blair - David Leaf but he wasn´t willing to share the old pictures of
"The Four Speeds" as I had asked him if he still has some shots.
Fortunately a little later Stephen J. McParland got acquainted with
Gary and he developed into a kind of personal chronologist of
Gary Usher and his musical life.
Folks nearly 40 years since this happened ... the fond memories still exists!!!

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