Tommy Tucker

Robert Higginbotham

Also known as Higginbotham, Little Tommy Tucker, T. Tucker
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Discography of Tommy Tucker:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Hi-Heel Sneakers / I Don't Want 'Cha 2 Audio 1964 Checker
2 The Rocks Is My Pillow - The Cold Ground Is My Bed 8 Audio 1982 Red Lightnin'
3 That's Life / That's How Much ! 2 Audio Festival (4)
4 Hi-Heel Sneakers 20 Audio 1995 MCA Records
5 Long Tall Shorty 2 Audio 1964 Checker
6 Watusi / Hi-Heel Sneakers 2 Audio Chess
7 Live+Well 12 Audio 1978 Ornament
8 A Whole Lots Of Fun / Real True Love 2 Audio 1967 Checker
9 Mother Tucker 16 Audio 1974 Red Lightnin'
10 Hi-Heel Sneakers 2 Audio 1964 Pye International
11 Hi-Heel Sneakers / I Don't Want 'Cha 2 Audio 1968 Chess
12 Hi-Heel Sneakers 4 Audio 1964
13 Hi Heeled Sneakers / Susie Q 2 Audio 1983 Chess
14 A Whole Lots Of Fun / Real True Love 2 Audio 1967 Checker
15 That's How Much! / That's Life 2 Audio Festival (4)
16 Only Sixteen / Hi-Heel Sneakers 2 Audio TRIP (2)
17 Hi-Heel Sneakers / I Don't Want 'Cha 2 Audio 1964 Checker
18 Oh! What A Feeling / Wine Bottles 2 Audio 1964-11-00 London Records
19 Hi-Heel Sneakers 12 Audio 1992 Chrisly Records
20 Chewin' Gum / I've Been A Fool 2 Audio 1966-02-00 Checker
21 Long Tall Shorty 2 Audio 1964 Checker
22 Suzie Q / High Heel Sneakers 2 Audio 1981 Chess International
23 Hi Heeled Sneakers / Susie Q 2 Audio 1984 Chess
24 Hi-Heel Sneakers / I Don't Want 'Cha 2 Audio 1964 Funckler Records
25 I'm Shorty / Sitting Home Alone 2 Audio 1967 Chess


American blues singer-songwriter and pianist. He was born in Springfield, Ohio, best known for the 1964 hit song "Hi-Heel Sneakers", that went to number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Tucker died in 1982 at the age of 48 in Newark, New Jersey.

5 March 1933 - 22 January 1982.


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