Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: December 20, 1939, Queen's Theatre, London
Performances: Unknown

Note: A complete song list is not available at this time.

Have You Met Miss Jones (M: Richard Rodgers; L: Lorenz Hart) (originally used in I'D RATHER BE RIGHT):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this standard.

I Went To A Marvelous Party (M/L: Noel Coward) (originally used in SET TO MUSIC):

1. Thirty Minutes With Beatrice Lillie, 78/Liberty Music Shop L 252 (Beatrice Lillie with Will Irwin, piano) [reissued on The Music Of Broadway: 1939, CD/Encore ENCDNO1/2]
2. Noel Coward In New York, Columbia ML 5163 (Noel Coward with orchestra direction and piano accompaniment by Peter Matz) [reissued as CD/DRG 19038]
3. Cowardy Custard, RCA (S) LSO-6010 (Patricia Routledge) [reissued as CD/Masterworks Broadway 88883 72394 2]
4. Noel Coward On The Air, CD/Flapper PAST CD 7840 " (Noel Coward)
5. The Master's Choice, AEI Records 2122 (Noel Coward) [reissued as CD/AEI Green Room AEI-CD 605]
6. Oh, Coward!, Bell (S) 9001 (Barbara Cason, Roderick Cook, and Jamie Ross)
7. Noel Coward: A Portrait, CD/Aquarius AQCD543 (Peter Pringle)
8. The Broadway Musicals Of 1939, CD/Bayview RNBW025 (Steve Ross with the Ross Patterson Little Big Band)
9. Twentieth Century Blues: The Songs Of Noel Coward, CD/EMI 7243 49463127 (The Divine Comedy)
10. Craig Jessup Sings Noel Coward, CD/No label 20-06074 (Craig Jessup with Barry Lloyd, piano)
11. Noel & Cole: Together With Music, CD/Oakton ORCD1001 (Valerie Anastasio, Benjamin Sears, and Bradford Conner with Tim Harbold, piano)
12. A Marvellous Party: The Music Of Noel Coward And Friends, CD/TER CDVIR 8333 (Michael Law)
13. A Talent To Amuse, CDr/No label 5 026107 042069 (James Hay with Anne Clements, piano)
14. Noel/Cole 'Let's Do It!, CD/Silva Screen SONGCD 910 (Peter Greenwell, Louise Gold, and Liz Robertson with Jason Carr and Paul Bateman, pianos, Steve McManus, bass, and Richard Cole, drums)
15. Elaine Stritch: At Liberty, CD/DRG 12994 (Elaine Stritch with orchestra conducted by Rob Bowman)
16. A Talent To Amuse, CD/Must Close Saturday Records MCSR 3048 (Danny La Rue with musical direction by Grant Hossack)
17. Noel And Cole, CD/PS Classics PS-1313 (Barbara Walsh with musical direction by David Loud) (in three parts)

Let's Make Memories Tonight (M: Sam H. Stept; L: Lew Brown; Charles Tobias) (also used in YOKEL BOY):

1. 78/HMV BD783 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Columbia FB-2334 (Turner Layton, piano and voice)
3. 78/Victor 26285 (Clyde Burke with Swing And Sway With Sammy Kaye)
4. 78/Decca 2745 (Bob Eberly with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Victor 26297 (Kenny Baker with orchestra conducted by Nat W. Finston)
6. 78/Brunswick 8414 (Larry Cotton with Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights) [reissued on The Great American Composers: DeSylva Brown & Henderson, CD/Columbia House 2C2 8429]
7. Everyone Else Revisited, Painted Smiles PS-1374 (Arthur Siegel) [reissued as CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-146]
An unverified radio transcription performed by Patti Morgan and the Al Kavelin Orchestra is also known to exist.

(I'm So) Weary Of It All (M/L: Noel Coward) (originally used in SET TO MUSIC):

1. Thirty Minutes With Beatrice Lillie, 78/Liberty Music Shop L 250 (Beatrice Lillie with orchestra conducted by Will Irwin) [reissued on Original Cast! The Thirties, CD/Metropolitan Opera MET 802CD; The Music Of Broadway: 1939, CD/Encore ENCDNO1/2]
2. 78/Victor 26148 (Jack Leonard with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra 1938-1939, CD/Classics 1197]
3. An Evening With Beatrice Lillie, London (M) LL.1373 (Beatrice Lillie with Eadie and Rack at the pianos) [reissued as CD/Sepia 1123]