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April 1971-June 1971

Hans Gasterland  - Drums, Vocal, Silk-Screens (v1, v2, v4 )
Steve Brenner -Percussion, Vocal (v4)
Gregg 'Yo' Kubera - Bass Guitar, Vocal (v2, v4 )
Mark 'Bugs' Goldstein -Keyboard, Guitar(v1, v2, v4, v5 )
Rick 'Skogie' Moore -Lead Vocal, Guitar, Keyboard (v1, v2, v4, v5 )

Audio: Skogie & the Flaming Pachucos v3 - With Steve Phase ISkogie & The Flaming Pachucos (v3) With Steve Phase I - Spring 1971 
Audio: Skogie & the Flaming Pachucos v3 - The Strickland TapesSkogie & The Flaming Pachucos (v3) Live at Coffeehouse Extemporé - June 13th, 1971 

The third configuration of the Pachucos:
Goldstein from Edina and Gasterland from Richfield (westside), both from the band "Euphoria".
Brenner and Moore both from 'accross-the-tracks' in Richfield (eastside) and both from the songwriting duo "THE". 
Kubera from Burlingame in the San Francisco Bay area, fresh to Minnesota!

As Kubera said: "We used to be called Skogie and the FLAMING Pachucos, then we changed personel and called ourselves Skogie AND the Flaming Pachucos,  then we changed personel again, now we call ourselves simply  Skogie.......and the Flaming Pachucos"

When Dick Rogers, the multi-intrumentalist and (more or less) 'star' of Skogie & the Flaming Pachucos(v2) departed, the band had to scramble to put together two sets of material for their next gig.
Most of the material
Skogie & the Flaming Pachucos(v2) were performing was dependent on Dick's instrumental prowess and backing vocals.
Skogie & the Flaming Pachucos(v3) were able to salvage two
Skogie & the Flaming Pachucos(v2) originals (Atomic Dildo #23 and Mighty Rivers/Chant of the Dying Insects).
Moore taught the band two songs he had written for
An English Sky (Colonel Arnold's Cross and Pretend That You Love Me), and in a burst of creativity he composed 7 new vocal based songs (You Don't Even Know My Name, Don't Fall In Love, My Baby Loves Me, Call Me Crazy, Treat Me Like Dirt, Twelve Days Ago, and Ram It). They rounded out the set list with 4 Sun Studios 50s rock songs and a 20 minute Beatles medley.

Everything took place at "THE EUPHORIUM"

Brenner, Gasterland, Kubera, Goldstein April 1971.