Brother Louie" is a song about an interracial love affair. The title was written and sung by Errol Brown and Anthony 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, Cozy Powell on drums and Phil Dennys arrangement of the string section.
Album: The Very Best Of Hot Chocolate (1987). She was black as the night. Louie was whiter than white. Danger, danger when you taste brown sugar. Louie fell in love over night. Hey man, what's wrong with that? Nothing bad, it was good. Louie had the best girl he could. When she took him home to meet her mama and papa. Louie knew just where he stood. Louie Louie Louie, Louie Louie Louie. Louie Louie Louie, Louie you're gonna cry. All right, what's all this about? I love her, man.
Hot Chocolate was an interracial (four black members, two white) group from London who had a hit in 1975 with "You Sexy Thing. 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.
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Tracks: 1. Hot Chocolate - Brother Louie 2. Hot Chocolate - Cicero Park 3. Hot Chocolate - Mindless Boogie 4. Hot Chocolate - Could Have Been Born In The Getto 5. Hot Chocolate - Bump And Dilly Down 6. Hot Chocolate - Chances 7. Hot Chocolate - Dance (Get Down On It) 8. Hot Chocolate - Funky Rock
|A||Brother Louie = Hermano Louie|
|B||I Want To Be Free = Quiero Ser Libre|
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|RAK 149||Hot Chocolate||Brother Louie (7", Single)||RAK||RAK 149||Ireland||1973|
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