DAVE WHITE TRICKER
In 1971, Dave White recorded a solo album for Bell Records under his family name Dave White Tricker.
the album with Brooks Arthur and utilized The Crystal Mansion as the back-up band with string and horn arrangements by Al Gorgoni.He
recruited his old group, Danny and the Juniors to sing back-up on one of the tracks. The album was recorded at Brooks Arthur's 914
studio in Blauvelt, New York. Dave's
co-publisher Artie Kaplan contracted the musicians and played sax on the album. He and his wife
Sharon graciously provided accomodations for him at their home nearby. Dave assembled a band he called The Tricker
Troupe to promote the album, play gigs and supplement his writer's income. After a few engagements they became the house band
for two years at the Cedarcrest in South Jersey. In 1973, Dave trekked to India on a spiritual pilgrimage with Guru Maharaji
and changed the name of the band to Divine Light. Shortly after that the band disbanded and Dave White Tricker became Dave White again.
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