Sophie Tucker who billed herself as "The Last Of The Red Hot Mammas" was one of the most popular singers of the Teens and 1920s. Her style is rarely considered to be Jazz, but rather harked back to the "Coon Shouter" or Ragtime vocal style. Occasionally she employed Jazz bands to back her up on her records and and in her live performances. In the case of these records she was accompanied by an all-star line up under the name of Miff Mole's Molers.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
After You've Gone
(Henry Creamer / J. Turner Layton)
4-11-1927 New York, New York Okeh
40837
Fifty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong
(Rose / Raskin / Fisher)
4-15-1927 New York, New York Okeh
40813
Parlophone
3342
I Ain't Got Nobody
(Abel Baer / Samuel Lewis / Joseph Young)
4-11-1927 New York, New York Okeh
40837
One Sweet Letter From You
(Warren / Brown / Clare)
4-15-1927 New York, New York Okeh
40813
Parlophone
3342
Artist Instrument
Vic Berton Drums
Jimmy Dorsey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Eddie Lang Guitar
Miff Mole Trombone
Red Nichols Trumpet
Ted Shapiro Piano
Joe Tarto Tuba
Sophie Tucker Vocals