wise humans -
they fight with
Brother Dave Gardner thrived on the tantalizing edge of live performance, setting a tempo with club audiences accustomed to the freaky deadpan of Jonathan Winters and the wry horror-humor of Lenny Bruce. A record 51 appearances on Jack Paar's celebrated "Tonite" show established Brother Dave as the ultra-hip 60s TV star with the homegrown attitude and delivery. RCA quickly signed Brother Dave Gardner to an exclusive recording contract, releasing album after album for the next four years.
Brother Dave's recording sessions in sophisticated supperclubs across the Southeast coincided with a red-hot college-campus circuit tour where he observed the changing face of American youth. Racial integration, music, and politics influenced the material he recorded for release as well as posterity. Until more of these albums surface (and are eventually re-released), enjoy a few of Dave's classic bits from nearly forty years ago ...
NEW clips for
the new millennium!!!
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