由James Reese, Randy Fuller, Bobby Fuller, DeWayne Quirico组成了共同的理想，四个大男孩从TEXAS 迁居LA开始了他们奇幻的音乐旅程，一场接一场的巡演，THE BOBBY FULLER FOUR这个名字渐渐为人所知，当初的梦想渐渐成为了现实。正在大家准备大展拳脚之即，年仅23岁的主唱，乐队核心人物BOBBY FULLER的意外死亡，又让乐队跌入了低谷，乐队的未来将会怎样，让我们一同拭目以待。 by Richie UnterbergerWith his blatant reverence for Buddy Holly, fellow Texan Bobby Fuller was a bit of an anomaly in the mid-60s. With his Stratocaster guitar and brash, full sound, at his best Fuller sounded like Holly might have had he survived into the 60s. Cracking the Top 30 in 1966 with a cover of Hollys Loves Made a Fool of You and the Top Ten with I Fought the Law (written by one-time Cricket Sonny Curtis), Fuller had just become a star when he died in mysterious circumstances in a parked car in Hollywood (the police thought it was a suicide, just about everyone who knew him disagreed). Fullers relatively short period of national stardom actually crowned a good half-dozen years of recording, during which he released many outstanding tracks. After a few local singles in his hometown of El Paso in the early 60s, he moved to California with his combo in 1964, and briefly had aspirations of playing surf music before hooking up with producer Bob Keene. In the short time he recorded for Mustang in 1965 and 1966, he waxed quite a few tracks (most self-penned) in addition to his hits, including Let Her Dance, Another Sad and Lonely Night, My True Love, Never to Be Forgotten, Fool of Love, and The Magic Touch. Rocking, tuneful, and infectiously joyous, they showed Fuller to be a worthy inheritor of early rock & roll and rockabilly traditions without sounding self-consciously revivalist. While its hard to imagine Fuller maintaining his success in the era of psychedelia, he no doubt would have gone on to produce interesting work. A talented and prolific songwriter and a studio whiz who drew from Eddie Cochran and (though only slightly) the full guitar sound of the British Invasion as well as Buddy Holly, he recorded a great deal of unreleased studio and live material that was issued in the 80s, when the depth of his loss began to be appreciated.