- Summary: 'Professor' marks the second solo outing for the Sea And Cake leader. He's backed by the same group of musicians that performed on his previous 1999 release, including S&C bandmate Archer Prewitt and Josh Abrams (Town & Country).
- Record Label: Thrill Jockey
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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Sometimes this gets boring, when tracks lull and hunch into the next and Sam’s voice doesn’t do much to challenge the monotony. Sometimes it’s confusing to hear such graciously restrained music eventually show itself as meticulous, experimental, and deep, deep, deep. Well, not confusing. Refreshing.
MarcyCDec 29, 2005I am loving this very cool, jazzy, mellow album. It's interjected with moments of warmth, sadness, and the occasional rock-out guitar I am loving this very cool, jazzy, mellow album. It's interjected with moments of warmth, sadness, and the occasional rock-out guitar riff, along with the ever-satisfying vocals of Sam Prekop.… Expand
WayneBMay 21, 2005Well worth the five year wait. Not even one weak song in the batch and with an all-star lineup assembled to assist; Archer Prewitt (Sea & Well worth the five year wait. Not even one weak song in the batch and with an all-star lineup assembled to assist; Archer Prewitt (Sea & Cake), Chad Taylor, Rob Mazurek (Chicago Underground), Josh Abrams (Town & Country), and even Sir John McEntire (sorry, no Jim O'Rourke this time). Enjoy and catch them live on the present tour if you can!… Expand
ToddAApr 6, 2005Marginally weaker than his first solo outing, but still one of the best records I've yet to hear this year.
PaulJul 11, 2005In my view, the most assured, confident and consistent group of Prekop's songs to date, his Sea and Cake output included.
MarkO.Mar 23, 2005This is a really nice album. When everything seems like turmoil in your life, throw this on and relax. Cool, refreshing, never boring or samesy.
[Anonymous]Apr 1, 2005Pleasant but slight. It's relaxing and enjoyable, though, so if you need something to mellow out to, give it a spin. Nice to hear Prekop Pleasant but slight. It's relaxing and enjoyable, though, so if you need something to mellow out to, give it a spin. Nice to hear Prekop doing some work that'll appeal to more than just Sea & Cake fans.… Expand
PaulHJul 3, 2005Nice and All, but let's be honest folks, this will be forgotten about very soon.
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