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  1. Elsie Carlisle. Elsie Carlisle (28 January – November ) was a popular English female singer during the British dance band era of the s and s. Update this biography» Complete biography of Elsie Carlisle».
  2. Oct 06,  · Elsie Carlisle - "Little Man, You've Had a Busy Day" () - Duration: Alexandros Kozák 14, views. Harry Richman - Exactly Like You - .
  3. A Melody From The Sky: A6 – Sam Browne: A Star Fell Out Of Heaven: A7 – Sam Browne: Please Believe Me: A8 – Sam Browne With Elsie Carlisle: What's Good For The Goose Is Good For The Gander – Elsie Carlisle: Medley: B1.a – What Is This Thing Called Love: B1.b – My Heart Stood Still: B1.c – Just One More Chance: B2 – Elsie.
  4. British dance band music of the s, '30s and '40s features on a multitude of LPs released in later decades. Many of these were issued on labels such as [Label] or [Label] and have become collectors items in their own right. Featuring comprehensive liner notes, contemporary photographs and remastered recordings, these albums were a labour of love for specialists such as Chris Ellis.
  5. Elsie Carlisle discography and songs: Music profile for Elsie Carlisle, born 28 January Genres: Traditional Pop, Vocal Jazz. Albums include Pennies From Heaven, Body and Soul / My Man o' War, and Listen to the Banned: 20 Risqué Songs of the 20s & 30s.
  6. Artists similar to Elsie Carlisle on parmalmchysitarisoquatthochcudaro.xyzinfo Nelson Eddy (29 June , Providence, Rhode Island, USA, d. 6 March ) and Jeanette MacDonald (b. 18 June
  7. Artist: Elsie Carlisle Album: The Greatest Hits of the 40s, Vol. 1 Year: Elsie Carlisle - The Greatest Hits of the 40s, Vol. 1 () This site uses cookies.
  8. Elsie Carlisle, Soundtrack: Pennies from Heaven. Elsie Carlisle was born on January 28, in Didsbury, Manchester, England. She died on September 5, in London, England.

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