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Sam Prekop: Who's Your New Professor

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Chicago singer/songwriter Sam Prekop steps away from his group The Sea and Cake for Who's Your New Professor, his second solo album. Gone are the West African influences of Prekop's eponymously titled 1999 solo CD; instead, Prekop opts for an austere, even airier group sound. Fortunately the group is a great one, comprised as it is of drummer Chad Taylor, cornetist Rob Mazurek (who together make up the Chicago Underground Duo), Sticks & Stones bassist Josh Abrams, and Sea and ...