Performers

Performers can specialize in any musical style, and some performers play in a variety of different styles. Examples of a performer's possible skills include performing, conducting, singing, composing, arranging, and the orchestration of music. The performers found on the Recorded Sound Archives (RSA) website are either in the public domain, or have signed an agreement allowing us to stream their music through our website. There are well over 100,000 recordings of various types, all of which can be searched for. Not all performers or songs are made available due to copyright restrictions in these instances only a listing for the recording will appear or a snippet can be heard. If no recordings appear below it is because this performer's music has not yet been digitized. If you would like to request this artist be digitized, please click here.


Total: 39

A Bis'l Taam (A Little Flavor)
Come on and Play Wiz Me, My Sweet Babee
Eddie Cantor - The Columbia Years: 1922-1940
EDDIE CANTOR SONGS HE MADE FAMOUS
Eddie Cantor's Tips on the Stock Market
Give Me the Sultan's Harem (Won't You GiveThat Har...
His Fool Days
I Love Her - She Love Me (I'm Her He - She's My Sh...
I Never See Maggie Alone
I Used to Call Her Baby
Josephine Please No Lean on the Bell
Lambeth Walk
Legendary Entertainers
Makin' Woopee!
Making the Best of Each Day
Margie
Maxie the Taxi
Mazel Tov! More Music of the Jewish People
Mazel Tov! More Music of the Jewish People
My Old New Jersey Home
Oh You Can't Fool An Old Hoss Fly
Oh! Gee, Oh! Gosh, Oh! Golly I'm in Love
Oh! Is She Dumb
Oh! The Last Rose of Summer (Was the Sweetest Rose...
One-Zy Two-Zy (I Love You-Zy)
Over Somebody Else's Shoulder
Pals
Shalom - Music of the Jewish People
Skin-A-Ma-Rink-A-Rink-A-Ree
Sob Sister Sadie (The Vamp Cry Baby)
That's the Kind of a Baby for Me
That's the Kind of a Baby for Me
The Gratest Hits Of The Century - vol. 1
The Man on the Flying Trapeze; Over Somebody Else'...
The Only Thing I Want Christmas (Is Just To Keep T...
Those Panama Mammas
Two Cantors at Carnegie Hall
When They're Old Enough to Know Better (It's Bette...
You Don't Need the Wine to Have a Wonderful Time