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  • Fats Navarro
    Fats Navarro was the prime challenger to Dizzy Gillespie's crown as bebop's finest brassman.
  • Fats Waller
    This big character and multi-talented entertainer was a pianist, composer and comedian who enjoyed great success with songs such as ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ and ‘Squeeze Me’.
  • Flanagan & Allen
    Run, Rabbit, Run - a song forever associated with its creators, Flanagan & Allen. The number was featured in the George Black revue 'The Little Dog Laughed' which opened at the London Palladium on 11 October 1939.
  • Fletcher Henderson
    Fletcher Henderson, college-educated and distinguished, is best remembered for his part in the Benny Goodman success story. It was Henderson's arrangements which helped make the Goodman band the best of its kind.
  • Flip Phillips
    Joseph ‘Flip’ Phillips earned considerable notoriety with his grandstanding antics at ‘Jazz At The Philharmonic’ concerts.
  • Florence Desmond
     Impressionist and singer Florence Desmond gets a few double entendres in to The Deepest Shelter In Town, a somewhat risqué song for 1940.
  • Flotsam & Jetsam
    Flotsam & Jetsam - B C Hilliam and Australian born Malcolm McEachern - were a unique double act, composer Hilliam playing piano and singing in a high, gentle voice; and McEachern, possessed of a superb low bass voice.
  • Frances Day
    Sung by Frances Day (1907-1984), How Do You Do, Mr Right? comes from the musical 'The Fleet's Lit Up' which enjoyed a run of 199 performances at the London Hippodrome, closing in February 1939.
  • Frances Langford
    Frances Langford became best known for her four year wartime stint on Bob Hope's 'Pepsodent Show' and was chosen by the American GIs as the 'Number One Girl Of World War Two'.
  • Frank Crumit
    Frank Crumit had a soft, whimsical voice, and sang gently comic songs about every subject under the sun, from golf, horse riding and poker, to prunes, an insurance man and bootlegging - the list is long and varied.
  • Frank Sinatra
    Perhaps the most famous American jazz artist of all time Ol’ Blue Eyes began his illustrious career as a singer during the swing era and ended up an Oscar winning actor.
  • Frankie Trumbauer
    Frankie Trumbauer (1901-56), was a cool-sounding alto-saxophonist, who played with Bix Beiderbecke and Paul Whiteman. Trumbauer was a test pilot during World War Two.
  • Fred Astaire
    This talented singer and actor whose career spanned an incredible 76 years is best known for his incredible dancing talent and many collaborations with Ginger Rogers.
  • Freddie Slack
    Freddie Slack was a boogie specialist and it’s his romping piano which opens the very lively Furlough Fling on 'G.I. Jive'.
  • Freddy Gardner
    British musician Freddy Gardner played the smoothest, most limpid saxophone of all. Although he participated in a number of distinguished jazz records, another claim to fame is as a principal soloist of a legendary series of light orchestral recordings.

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!