What is the song Brother Louie about?

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"Brother Louie" is a song about an interracial love affair. The title was written and sung by Errol Brown and Tony Wilson of the group Hot Chocolate, and was a Top 10 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.

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Hereof, what film is Brother Louie from?

Once Upon a Time in America

Additionally, who did the song Louie Louie? The Kingsmen

Considering this, when was Brother Louie released?

1998

What genre is modern talking?

Europop Synth-pop Dance-pop Euro disco

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How much is Modern Talking worth?

Dieter Bohlen net worth: Dieter Bohlen is a German singer, songwriter, musician, producer, and television personality who has a net worth of $70 million. Dieter Bohlen was born in Berne, Lower Saxony, Germany in February 1954. He is best known for being half of the pop duo Modern Talking.

How old is Thomas Anders?

57 years (March 1, 1963)

Who originally sang the song Trouble?

This song was recorded in 1992 by American country music singer Travis Tritt. It was the third single released from his 1992 album of the same name. It peaked at #13 in the United States, and #17 in Canada.

What does Louie Louie mean?

The song is based on the tune "El Loco Cha Cha" popularized by bandleader René Touzet and is an example of Latin influence on American popular music. "Louie Louie" tells, in simple verse–chorus form, the first-person story of a Jamaican sailor returning to the island to see his lover.

Who sang the original version of Louie Louie?

For five years, from 1959 to 1963, Ely sang with the Kingsmen, a group he founded with a childhood friend. The Kingsmen's most famous recording is “Louie Louie,” a song written by Richard Berry and first recorded by Berry and his band, the Pharaohs, in 1957.

Why was Louie Louie banned?

So supposedly crude were the words to “Louie, Louie” that the governor of Indiana had banned the record and Michigan was considering it. “The lyrics are so filthy that I cannot enclose them in this letter,” one dad wrote to then U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy in 1964.

Who wrote song one?

Bono
Larry Mullen Jr.
The Edge
Adam Clayton

How do you pronounce Louie?

Louie (given name) Louie is a moderately common given name, related to the more common name Louis. It originated in the United Kingdom (where Louis is pronounced /ˈluːi/) as a more regularly-spelled version without a silent ?s?.

How many Louie Louie versions are there?

ACCORDING TO THE army of online enthusiasts who celebrate the song and its legacy, there are over 2000 (and counting) versions of Louie Louie, yet none of them would exist but for two.

Who are the singers in modern talking?

Thomas Anders

Are Modern Talking still alive?

After forming the Eurodisco duo Modern Talking with Dieter Bohlen in 1984, they became a worldwide sensation with their hit "You're My Heart, You're My Soul".

Thomas Anders
Thomas Anders 2018
Born Bernd Weidung 1 March 1963 Koblenz, West Germany
Occupation Singer songwriter record producer
Years active 1980–present

Why did Modern Talking break up?

One of the main reasons behind Modern Talking splitting up were the constant clashes between Nora and band member Dieter Bohlen. After the band split in 1987, Thomas and Nora went on tour together.

Where are modern talking from?

West Berlin

What is Modern Talking Dance?

Modern Talking was a German dance pop duo consisting of Thomas Anders and Dieter Bohlen. Their music was often classified as Europop. Modern Talking is, by sales, the most successful and popular group in Germany, and they a number of hit singles reaching the top-5 in many countries.