Surfacing in ‘68,T Harding, the son of psychedelic penny-farthing manufacturer John Cockcroft, was born with one arm longer than the other. The unusual youth turned this to his advantage and in 1880 was crowned Berks. Victorian javelin champion, however the pressure of novelty athletics soon proved too much for Harding and he was admitted into the Priory suffering from nervous exhaustion – there he was given drug + musical therapy on the harp. Trevor identified greatly with music and quickly mastered over two instruments! Including harpsichord and piccolo.
At a dancehall reggae pan-pipe workshop Trevor teamed up with G Haystacks, both were suffering with a massive weight problem, their avant-garde acid-ska road-show however was a success and the two toured the Benelux countries for three weeks. On their return their act “Wattle & Daub” landed a support slot on TV’s “Jenny Powel’s Hot”
It was here that
Trev met flower-power free love fundamentalist Nasser Bouzida.