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  • Earl Hines
    Earl 'Fatha' Hines was among the first pianists to play solos which moved away from the four-square conventions of stride. Irresistibly inventive, Hines was capable of complicated, firmly swinging improvisations which seemed to exemplify originality.
  • Eddie Cantor
    Edward Israel Iskowitz, better known as Eddie Cantor,was a powerhouse personality, known as 'Banjo Eyes' and made a terrific impact on stage, radio and on the screen.
  • Eddie Condon
    To many, Eddie Condon was better known as a New York club owner and wit. To others, he was a talented jazz guitarist, and while no technician himself, he certainly knew how to pick good musicians.
  • Eddie Fisher
    Born in 1928, Fisher’s talents as a strong vocalist made him one of the most popular artists of the 1950s, performing in top concert halls over the world.  
  • Eddie Heywood
    Pianist Heywood cut his teeth as a theatre pianist in black vaudeville, before forming his own combo and continuing his career into the 1980s.
  • Edith Piaf
    Born in 1915, Piaf’s years as a street singer gave her powerful lungs and a razor-sharp instinct for the right emotional register. Her talent included an uncanny ability to squeeze convincing passion and drama from the most anodyne material.
  • Elisabeth Welch
    Born in the Manhattan street where Benny Carter lived, Welch sang 'Charleston' in 'Runnin' Wild' when she was fourteen and this brought her into the public eye.
  • Ella Fitzgerald
    Fondly regarded as the ‘First Lady of Song’ Fizgerald is widely considered to be one of the most influential female jazz singers of the 20th century.
  • Ella Mae Morse
    Singer Ella Mae Morse was a spirited performer whose track 'Cow Cow Boogie' with pianist Slack appealed to jitterbuggers and the soda fountain crowd alike.
  • Elsie Carlisle
    When Elsie Carlisle recorded I Love My Baby at her first recording session in 1926 she was already a fully fledged performer. Well into her twenties, Elsie had served her apprenticeship the hard way with years of touring in the provinces. Her luck changed after a radio broadcast when she was offered a recording contract.
  • Ethel Merman
    One of Merman’s best-known songs was I Get A Kick Out Of You, which she sang in both the stage and film versions of ‘Anything Goes’, a musical that Cole Porter wrote specially for her in 1934.

Top Artists - Overview

Spanning three decades rich in musical talent, the range of vintage music CDs from Past Perfect brings together an astounding collection of the most famous tunes performed by the greatest performers of the 1920s, 30s and 40s.

With so many great names from this golden era the choice can be somewhat overwhelming, which is why you can search for nostalgic music CDs and classic compilations featuring your favourite artist.

Each recording is packed with a selection of fantastic songs, all expertly remastered for an original, yet superb quality audio experience.

Whether you are looking for a sensational collection of tunes from Glenn Miller and his world famous orchestra or the dulcet lyrics of Bing Crosby and Cole Porter, finding your favourite artists from yesteryear is easy!