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  1. "Brother Louie" is a song about an interracial love affair between a white man and a black woman, and the subsequent rejection of both by their respective parents because of it. The title was written and sung by Errol Brown and Tony Wilson of the group Hot Chocolate, and was a No. 7 hit in the UK Singles Chart for the band in 1973, produced by Mickie Most. Alexis Korner has a spoken word part in this version of the song. Phil Dennys arranged the string section.

  2. Modern Talking - Brother Louie '98 version | Shuffle dance music video 90s #90ssong #90s DOCK LIKY 18.4K subscribers Subscribe 48K Share 7M views 3 years ago Song: Brother Louie '98...

  3. A stereo edit of Hot Chocolate performing Brother Louie on 'Hits a Go-Go,' a Swiss TV programme in 1973. Thanks to the Fritz5133 YouTube channel for sharing the clip to which I have added a...

  4. Raven Records released Stories and About Us on a single CD, including the bonus track "Another Love" (for its time a fairly suggestive song about bisexuality), being the last single by the group, released in 1974. Their cover of "Brother Louie" is used as the theme song for the American TV series Louie, starring Louis C.K. Discography Albums

  5. Written by their lead singer Errol Brown and bass player Tony Wilson, "Brother Louie" is about a romance between a white man and a black woman. Errol Brown was born in Jamaica and raised by a single mother, who moved him to England when he was young. He told Melody Maker that this song was inspired by real-life experience.

  6. Brother Louie may refer to: "Brother Louie" (Hot Chocolate song), 1973, notably covered by Stories "Brother Louie" (Modern Talking song), 1986 This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Brother Louie. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

  7. Stories ~ Brother Louie 1973 Soul Purrfection Version DJDiscoCat 806K subscribers Subscribe 71K 7.7M views 4 years ago Michael Brown was a founding member of 60's band Left Banke which...

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