Neville Umrigar was our second drummer. I think he was the only musician I
knew in the days of the Junk, who had a life outside the band.
In 1976, I met Sanjoy Ghosh, a fellow student who was promoting an awareness
campaign about disabled kids. He'd written the lyrics to a song that I
put music to and performed on All India Radio that summer.
The only line I remember today is, "Take off your mask and put on your
face". It was a nice song.