TAPE - Professor Louie: Sit Down at the Table (1987)

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The second album from Jeffrey Lewis' incredible writing/rapping uncle Victor Lewis, AKA Professor Louie - a huge influence on Jeff's writing.  This album features the amazing tracks "Be All you Can Be," "The River," "Stealing"... and Jeffrey's personal favorite "You Couldn't Make It Through the Week Without a Dream."  Will inspire and amaze.

Professor Louie

Sit Down at the Table  (available on CD $8 or cassette tape $5)

1. Stealing 

2. My Old Block 

3. When the Cat's Away 

4. Where the People Gone 

5. Be All You Can Be 

6. Working 

7. The River 

8. Women 

9. Sit Down at the Table


Professor Louie is a spoken-word performer/political rapper/social activist who's been putting out underground albums in New York since 1985.  Along with percussionist Fast Eddie, Professor Louie has been entertaining and enlightening audiences for decades.  Called a genius by Pete Seeger on many occasions, the phenomenon known as Professor Louie grew out of the 1960's radical theater group The Pageant Players and evolved via guerrilla solo performances in the streets and parks of New York City in the early 80's.  Eschewing the music industry entirely, Professor Louie has performed at countless rallies, protests, benefits and other gatherings for social justice.  He continues to release albums on the completely independent FREE BROOKLYN NOW imprint.  For additional information or bookings contact FREE BROOKLYN NOW, 399 14th Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11215. (718) 768-8728.

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