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Sophie Tucker

Sophie Tucker
Real name
Sonya Kalish
Born
January 13, 1884
Died
February 9, 1966
Country
United States
Comments
Vaudeville performer, singer and actress known for her bawdy songs, earning her the nickname "Last of the Red Hot Mamas".
Family
Frank Westphal Second Spouse (1914-1919)

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
(4 artists)
1929 (7 artists)
1929 (3 artists)
(6 artists)
(14 artists)
1928 (22 artists)
May 1923 (3 artists)
July 1924 (20 artists)
February 1911 (305 artists)
That's Where The South Begins Sophie Tucker with Ted Shapiro's Orchestra Unverified

Covers by Sophie Tucker

Title Performer Release date Originally by
July 15, 1927 Campbell and Burr
1923 Florence Mills
1927 (unknown)
July 5, 1929 Sophie Tucker
1924 (unknown)
July 15, 1927 Marion Harris
1987 (unknown)
Sophie Tucker with Ted Shapiro's Orchestra
Sophie Tucker with Ted Shapiro's Orchestra
July 5, 1929 Sophie Tucker
January 1948 Original Indiana Syncopators
Mama Goes Where Papa Goes Sophie Tucker 1924 Unverified
1929 Libby Holman and Clifton Webb
1928 Willie Howard
1928 Willie Howard, Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt
1927 Annette Hanshaw
January 1948 Sophie Tucker
1927 Sophie Tucker
1928 Adele Astaire
1923 (unknown)

Releases

Albums

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
After You've Gone Sophie Tucker with Miff Mole's Molers; Ted Shapiro at Piano July 15, 1927 OKeh
Aggravatin' Papa (Don't You Try to Two-Time Me) Sophie Tucker 1923 OKeh
Blue River Sophie Tucker 1927 OKeh
He's a Good Man to Have Around Sophie Tucker July 5, 1929 Victor
Hula Lou Sophie Tucker July 1924 OKeh
Hula Lou Sophie Tucker 1924 OKeh
I'm Doing What I'm Doing for Love Sophie Tucker 1929 Victor
Moanin' Low Sophie Tucker 1929 Victor
My Yiddishe Momme Sophie Tucker 1928 Columbia
Old King Tut (In Old King Tutankhamen's Day) Sophie Tucker May 1923 OKeh
One Sweet Letter from You Sophie Tucker with Miff Mole's Molers & Ted Shapiro at Piano 1927 OKeh
Some of These Days Sophie Tucker January 1948 Decca
Some of These Days Sophie Tucker February 1911 Edison Amberol
The Man I Love Sophie Tucker - Acc. by Ted Shapiro and His Orch. 1928 OKeh

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