Elsie Carlisle https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/ "The Idol of the Radio." British dance band singer of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. Thu, 17 Nov 2022 23:32:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.1.1 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/cropped-site-icon-32x32.png Elsie Carlisle https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/ 32 32 “You’ll Find Out” (1932) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/youll-find-out-1932/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/youll-find-out-1932/#respond Sat, 12 Nov 2022 03:57:56 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=11108 You'll Find Out featured image
“You’ll Find Out.” Words and music composed by Archie Gottler and Betty Treynor (a pseudonym of Lawrence Wright) for On with the Show. Recorded in London on June 15, 1932 by Ray Starita and His Ambassadors with vocalists Elsie Carlisle and Sam Browne. Sterno 984 mx. S-2477-2. Personnel: Ray Starita-cl-ts dir. Nat Gonella-t / t … Continue reading “You’ll Find Out” (1932)

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Anniversary of Elsie Carlisle’s Death https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/elsie-carlisle-death/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/elsie-carlisle-death/#comments Sun, 04 Sep 2022 22:50:00 +0000 http://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=2412 Anniversary of Elsie Carlisle's Death
Elsie Carlisle passed from this world on September 5, 1977, dying of cancer at the age of 81 in the Royal Marsden Hospital, Chelsea, London. The informant who signed the death certificate was Wilfred “Willie” Ypres Carlisle, one of her two sons, who gave as his own address the same one that she had been living … Continue reading Anniversary of Elsie Carlisle’s Death

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“Rock Your Cares Away” (1932) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/rock-your-cares-away/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/rock-your-cares-away/#respond Fri, 28 Jan 2022 01:29:16 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10950 Rock Your Cares Away (1932)
“Rock Your Cares Away.” Words and music by Leonard Blitz (as Leo Towers), Harry Sugarman (as Harry Leon), Lawrence Wright (as Horatio Nicholls) (1932). Recorded in London on November 5, 1932 by Rudy Starita and His Ambassadors with vocalist Elsie Carlisle. 4 in 1 – 17 mx. X-218-2. Personnel: probably Nat Star-cl-as dir. / Nat … Continue reading “Rock Your Cares Away” (1932)

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Elsie Carlisle’s 126th Birthday https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/elsie-carlisle-birthday/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/elsie-carlisle-birthday/#respond Thu, 27 Jan 2022 23:40:24 +0000 http://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=7195 Elsie Carlisle's 125th Birthday
Elizabeth Carlisle was born on January 28, 1896 in Manchester, England to James Carlisle and Mary Ellen Carlisle (née Cottingham). Elsie was not the only member of her family to show a knack for show business; her brothers James (“Jim”) and Albert (“Tim”) were both singers who worked with the great composer, publisher, and impresario … Continue reading Elsie Carlisle’s 126th Birthday

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“Mad about the Boy” (1932) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/mad-about-the-boy-1932/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/mad-about-the-boy-1932/#comments Sun, 05 Sep 2021 00:19:06 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10952 Mad About the Boy (1932)
“Mad about the Boy.” Words and music by Noël Coward for the 1932 revue Words and Music. Recorded in London on November 5, 1932 by Rudy Starita and His Ambassadors with vocalist Elsie Carlisle. 4 in 1 – 17 mx. X-218-2. Personnel: probably Nat Star-cl-as dir. / Nat Gonella-t / t / tb / cl-as … Continue reading “Mad about the Boy” (1932)

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Jonathan Holmes Interviews Me About Elsie https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/jonathan-holmes/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/jonathan-holmes/#respond Thu, 25 Feb 2021 22:55:39 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10871 People who read my website are likely to be familiar with my good friend Jonathan Holmes, whose journalism, general music advocacy, and YouTube channel have made him almost synonymous with British dance band music: Jonathan interviewed me yesterday for his “British Dance Music Programme.” We played Elsie Carlisle songs and discussed her life and career. … Continue reading Jonathan Holmes Interviews Me About Elsie

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“He’s Not Worth Your Tears” (1931) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/hes-not-worth-your-tears/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/hes-not-worth-your-tears/#respond Thu, 25 Feb 2021 02:25:10 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10703 "He's Not Worth Your Tears" (1931)
“He’s Not Worth Your Tears.” Words by Mort Dixon and Billy Rose, music by Harry Warren; composed for the musical Sweet and Low (1930). Recorded in London on February 25, 1931 by Elsie Carlisle (as Gracie Collins) under the musical direction of Jay Wilbur. Eclipse 50 mx. JW-173-3. Personnel: Jay Wilbur dir. Max Goldberg-Bill Shakespeare-t / … Continue reading “He’s Not Worth Your Tears” (1931)

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“The Clouds Will Soon Roll By” (Two Versions; 1932) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/the-clouds-will-soon-roll-by/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/the-clouds-will-soon-roll-by/#respond Tue, 23 Feb 2021 19:46:20 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10791 "The Clouds Will Soon Roll By" featured image
Ambrose Version (HMV B-6210) Solo Version (Decca F-3146) “The Clouds Will Soon Roll By.” Words and music by Harry Woods and Billy Hill (the latter using the pseudonym George Brown; 1932). Recorded by Ambrose and His Orchestra (with vocals by Elsie Carlisle) on July 13, 1932. HMV B-6210 mx. OB-3134-1. Personnel: Bert Ambrose dir. Max Goldberg-Harry … Continue reading “The Clouds Will Soon Roll By” (Two Versions; 1932)

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“Just a Dancing Sweetheart” (1931) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/just-a-dancing-sweetheart/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/just-a-dancing-sweetheart/#respond Thu, 28 Jan 2021 17:16:38 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10616 Just a Dancing Sweetheart
“Just a Dancing Sweetheart.” Words by Charles Tobias, music by Peter De Rose (1931). Recorded in Chelsea, London on September 4, 1931 by Spike Hughes and His Dance Orchestra (as Arthur Lally and the Million-Airs) with vocals by Elsie Carlisle. Decca F-2510 mx. GB-3182-1. Personnel: Spike Hughes-sb ldr. Jimmy McCaffer-1 other-t / Lew Davis-tb / … Continue reading “Just a Dancing Sweetheart” (1931)

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“Hyde Park Corner” (1933) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/hyde-park-corner/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/hyde-park-corner/#respond Thu, 28 Jan 2021 00:54:51 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10582 Hyde Park Corner (1933)
“Hyde Park Corner.” Composed by Stanley J. Damerell, Tolchard Evans, and Robert Hargreaves (1933). Recorded in London on April 7, 1933 by Ambrose and His Orchestra, with vocals by Sam Browne and chorus and with Elsie Carlisle and Max Bacon in speaking roles. Brunswick 1495 mx. GB-5737-1. Personnel: Bert Ambrose dir. Max Goldberg-Harry Owen-t / … Continue reading “Hyde Park Corner” (1933)

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“A Bungalow, a Piccolo, and You!” (1932) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/a-bungalow-a-piccolo-and-you/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/a-bungalow-a-piccolo-and-you/#respond Sun, 18 Oct 2020 02:42:56 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10518 "A Bungalow, a Piccolo, and You" featured image
“A Bungalow, a Piccolo, and You!” Words and Music by Al Lewis, Al Sherman, and Lee David (1932). Recorded in London at Studio 1, Abbey Road on July 22, 1932 by Ambrose and His Orchestra with vocalists Sam Browne and Elsie Carlisle. HMV B-6218. Personnel: Bert Ambrose dir. Max Goldberg-Harry Owen-t / Ted Heath-tb / … Continue reading “A Bungalow, a Piccolo, and You!” (1932)

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“Conversation for Two” (1935) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/conversation-for-two/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/conversation-for-two/#respond Sat, 05 Sep 2020 02:59:00 +0000 http://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=2410 "Conversation for Two"
“Conversation for Two.” Composed by Sammy Mysels, Billy Hueston, and Bob Emmerich (1935). Recorded by Elsie Carlisle with orchestral accompaniment on September 7, 1935. Decca F-5689 mx. 7369-1. Elsie Carlisle – “Conversation for Two” (1935) Elsie Carlisle sings this languid love song about small talk leading to romance with considerably less of the dramatic element … Continue reading “Conversation for Two” (1935)

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“His Majesty the Baby” (Two Versions; 1935) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/his-majesty-the-baby/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/his-majesty-the-baby/#respond Wed, 15 Jul 2020 22:00:00 +0000 http://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=3476 "His Majesty the Baby" featured image
In his 1914 essay “On Narcissism,” Sigmund Freud wrote The child shall have it better than his parents; he shall not be subject to the necessities that we have recognized as prevailing in life.  Sickness, death, renunciation of enjoyment, and restrictions on his own will shall not be valid for the child; the laws of … Continue reading “His Majesty the Baby” (Two Versions; 1935)

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“Alone and Afraid” (1931) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/alone-and-afraid/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/alone-and-afraid/#respond Sun, 31 May 2020 04:07:59 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10414 "Alone and Afraid" (1930) featured image
“Alone and Afraid.” Music by Jack Trent, with lyrics by Stan Leigh (1931). Recorded in London in May 1931 by Elsie Carlisle (under the musical direction of Jay Wilbur). Imperial 2489 mx. 5701-2. Personnel: Jay Wilbur dir. Laurie Payne-Jimmy Gordon-cl-as-bar / George Clarkson-cl-ts / Norman Cole-?George Melachrino-vn / Billy Thorburn or Pat Dodd-p / Bert … Continue reading “Alone and Afraid” (1931)

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“Won’t You Stay to Tea?” (1933) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/wont-you-stay-to-tea/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/wont-you-stay-to-tea/#respond Tue, 03 Mar 2020 01:42:44 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10096 "Won't You Stay to Tea?" featured image
“Won’t You Stay to Tea?” Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel (1932). Recorded in London on March 3, 1933 by Elsie Carlisle and Sam Browne with orchestral accompaniment. Decca F. 3510 mx. GB5633-1. Elsie Carlisle and Sam Browne – “Won’t You Stay to Tea?” (1933) Prolific songwriters Mack Gordon and Harry Revel turned … Continue reading “Won’t You Stay to Tea?” (1933)

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“Little White Lies” (1930) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/little-white-lies/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/little-white-lies/#respond Wed, 26 Feb 2020 00:55:28 +0000 http://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=887 "Little White Lies" featured image. Detail from original sheet music
“Little White Lies.”  Music and words by Walter Donaldson (1930).  Recorded in London in September 1930 by Elsie Carlisle under the musical direction of Jay Wilbur. Imperial 2346 mx. 5473-2. Personnel probably Jack Miranda-cl-ts / Eric Siday-vn / vn / Harry Jacobson-p-cel / Len Fillis-g Elsie Carlisle – “Little White Lies” (1930) Prolific composer Walter Donaldson, … Continue reading “Little White Lies” (1930)

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“Why Waste Your Tears?” (1932) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/why-waste-your-tears/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/why-waste-your-tears/#respond Tue, 25 Feb 2020 23:00:00 +0000 http://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=3040 "Why Waste Your Tears?" featured image. Elsie Carlisle c. 1934.
“Why Waste Your Tears?” Words and Music by Valerie “Val” Holstius (arranged by Lynn Vaughan). Recorded by the Durium Dance Band with vocalist Elsie Carlisle in London, September or October 1932. Durium EN-34. Personnel: Peter Rush-cl-as dir. Max Goldberg-t / Charlie Price or Jack Warne-t / Tony Thorpe-tb / Bill Rogers-as / Alf Zafer-ts / … Continue reading “Why Waste Your Tears?” (1932)

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“This Little Piggie Went to Market” (1934) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/this-little-piggie-went-to-market/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/this-little-piggie-went-to-market/#respond Sat, 22 Feb 2020 02:14:50 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10106 "This Little Piggie Went to Market" featured image
“This Little Piggie Went to Market” is a mock-lullaby based on the famous nursery rhyme and game of playing with an infant’s toes. One might, therefore, expect it to have had a fairly innocuous origin. Instead, one finds that the song was composed for the 1934 American movie 8 Girls in a Boat, which tells … Continue reading “This Little Piggie Went to Market” (1934)

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“I Heard” – Ray Starita with Elsie Carlisle (1932) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/i-heard/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/i-heard/#respond Tue, 28 Jan 2020 18:07:00 +0000 http://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=2411 "I Heard" Featured Image. Detail from postcard depicting Hungarian actress Martha Eggerth.
“I Heard.”  Words and music by Don Redman (1931).  Recorded by Ray Starita and His Ambassadors’ Band with Elsie Carlisle on September 1, 1932.  Four-in-One 5 mx. X149-2. Personnel: Ray Starita-cl-ts dir. Nat Gonella- t/ t / tb / ?Chester Smith-cl-as-bar-o / Nat Star-cl-as / George Glover-cl-ts-vn / George Hurley-vn / Harry Robens-p / George … Continue reading “I Heard” – Ray Starita with Elsie Carlisle (1932)

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Elsie Carlisle Medley (1937) https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/elsie-carlisle-medley-1937/ https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/elsie-carlisle-medley-1937/#respond Tue, 28 Jan 2020 03:19:21 +0000 https://www.elsiecarlisle.com/?p=10008 Elsie Carlisle c. 1936
Elsie Carlisle committed her last Decca record to shellac on January 31, 1936 and would not start recording again with HMV until October 25, 1937 — a hiatus of one year and nine months in an otherwise consistently busy period of fifteen years (1926-1942). We must not assume a low point in her career, however, … Continue reading Elsie Carlisle Medley (1937)

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