Just started reading a book by David Hepworth, the music journalist and writer, and one-time Old Grey Whistle Test presenter. ("A Fabulous Creation: How the LP Saved Our Lives")
In the first chapter, he says that in 1967, at the age of 16, he was attending a private school in the north of England, and frequented a shop called the Record Bar, run by Ken and Betty.
"Hang on", I thought, "That sounds familiar!". So I checked up, and sure enough, he attended Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Wakefield.
Bill, I appreciate that he is slightly younger than you, and that, in attending that school, he probably may as well have been on another planet, from your point of view.
But I'm curious. Did you ever come across him then? Or did you ever meet him later and discover your Wakefield connection?