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Name:HISTORY OF POP AND ROCK MUSIC - part 244

Infohash: 76C6197D9C4087689786979316AD87BD0D7B0225

Total Size: 186.31 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-10-08 03:05:51 (Update Now)

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HISTORY OF POP AND ROCK MUSIC.doc (Size: 186.31 MB) (Files: 6)

 HISTORY OF POP AND ROCK MUSIC.doc

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 SOPHIE TUCKER - Only The Right Man Can Do Me Wrong (1930).VOB

63.84 MB

 SOPHIE TUCKER - Some Of These Days (1911).VOB

35.25 MB

 SOPHIE TUCKER - The Last of the Red Hot Mamas (1926).VOB

23.81 MB

 THE BEATLES - Till There Was You (1963).VOB

63.06 MB

 info.txt

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PART 244


SOPHIE TUCKER - Some Of These Days (1911)-(Thomas Edison cylinder recording)
SOPHIE TUCKER - The Last of the Red Hot Mamas (1926)
SOPHIE TUCKER - Only The Right Man Can Do Me Wrong (1930)

THE BEATLES - Till There Was You (1963)



The saga of Sophie Tucker (1884 –1966) began somewhere between Russia and Poland with her mother trying to get to the United States to join her husband in Boston. Her mother got off the coach and sophie tucker stopped at a little farmhouse and Sophie was born. Sophie Tucker began singing at the German Village at Broadway and 40th St. in 1906 for $15 a week. From that time until 1912, she played the Park Circuit, a well-known vaudeville circuit of the day. For five years from 1916 to 1921 she was singing at Reisenwebers, where she popularized her immortal theme...\"Some of These Days.\" Known for her stentorian delivery of comical and risque songs, she was one of the most popular entertainers in America during the first two-thirds of the 20th century. She was widely known by the nickname \"The Last of the Red Hot Mamas.\" Tucker\'s comic and singing styles are credited with influencing later female entertainers, including Mae West, Joan Rivers, Roseanne Barr, Ethel Merman, \"Mama\" Cass Elliot of The Mamas & the Papas and Bette Midler.

Tucker made several popular recordings. They included \"Some of These Days,\" which came out in 1911 on Edison Records. The tune, written by Shelton Brooks, was a hit, and became Tucker\'s theme song. Later, it was the title of her 1945 autobiography. Ted Lewis and his band backed Sophie Tucker on her classic, million-selling 1926 recording that stayed in the #1 position on the charts for five weeks beginning November 23, 1926, and re-affirmed her lasting association with the song. The song has been recorded many other artists, including notable versions by the Original Dixieland Jass Band, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Bobby Darin, Sue Raney, Andrew Bird, Elkie Brooks, Judy Garland and Serena Ryder.



When The Beatles performed \'Till There Was You\' at the Royal Command Performance, Paul McCartney commented that the song \" had also been recorded by our favorite American group, Sophie Tucker\". This tongue-in-cheek comment by McCartney unwittingly begat an urban legend - now all over the internet - that \'Till There Was You\' was an old Sophie Tucker song, when in fact, there is no record of her ever performing the tune.

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