Before posting here, I ran a bit of a search of this forum to avoid asking a duplicate question. (This forum has been around so much (for so many years) with so many valuable contributions...) I don't see any mention of any interview of the band members of Brasil '66 from the 1960s. In particular, I'm curious if Lani Hall was asked questions back in the 1960s. She's done interviews later (in more recent years). And, Sergio was the big name, but even his interviews (that I can find) are mostly post-1960s. It wasn't like the Beatles, who were doing press conferences almost every day (during tours, particularly). Sergio was keeping his "backing" musicians relatively anonymous and inter-changeable, right? I saw a few mentions (on YouTube comments and maybe this forum) of fans meeting the band (back-stage after concerts) back in late 1960s concerts.