Composer: Roger Wolfe Kahn
Lyricist: Irving Caesar

Opened:October 30, 1928, Lew Fields Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 7

Note: A revised and recast version of this show opened on November 29, 1928 at the Liberty Theatre under the title NEW AMERICANA and ran for 12 performances.

If I Love Again (M: Ben Oakland; L: John Murray) (not in program; subsequently used in HOLD YOUR HORSES):

1. 1. 78/Liberty Music Shop L 301 (Greta Keller with orchestra conducted by Cy Walter) [reissued on Greta Keller And Other Chanteuses, NLM 1989]
2. 78/Capitol 20022 (Paul Weston and His Orchestra) [also 45/Capitol 3F-610; reissued on Music For Dreaming, Melodies & Songs Without Words, CD/Vocalion CDUS 3023]
3. 78/Decca 18843 (Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra) [also 78/Decca 25139; 78/Decca 10331 A; reissued on Swing Tonic: 1939-1946, CD/Jasmine Records 456]
4. 78/Brunswick 6737 (Elmer Feldkamp with Freddy Martin and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Victor 27664 (Artie Shaw and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Artie Shaw And His Orchestra 1941-1942, CD/Classics 1206]
6. 78/Victor 24517 (Bob Lawrence with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
7. 78/V Disc 572 (The Les Paul Trio) [reissued on V-Disc Recordings, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 6667]
8. Sketches By Skitch, RCA (M) LPM-1401 (Skitch Henderson Orchestra)
9. After Dark, Capitol T-699 (Marian McPartland, piano)
10. Hey Look At Me Now, Kapp 3424 (Linda Scott with orchestra conducted by Ray Ellis) (unverified)
11. The Four Most Guitars, Paramount Records ABC-109 (Jimmy Raney)
12. Dakota, Capitol (S) ST-1490 (Dakota Staton)
13. The Music Of Broadway: 1933-34, JJA (M) 19823 (Lee Wiley with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra)
14. Felicia Sanders At The Blue Angel, Columbia (M) CL 654 (Felicia Sanders with Irving Joseph, piano, Norm Jeffries, drums, and Red Callender, bass)
15. Back Home Again, Monmouth Evergreen (S) MES/7041 (Lee Wiley with orchestra lead by Rusty Dedrick)
16. Suddenly It's Swing, Liberty 7139 (Si Zentner Orchestra) (unverified)
17. The Street Singer, Audio Fidelity (M) AFLP 1929 (Arthur Tracy)
18. Best Beat Forward, Vik (M) LX-1131 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Sid Bass)
19. Life's A Funny Present: More Broadway Flops & Roadkills 1919-1955, CD/Rialto SLRR-9306 (Susan Watson with musical direction by David Holcenberg)
20. The Broadway Musicals Of 1933, CD/Bayview RNBW017 (George Dvorsky with the Ross Patterson Little Big Band)
21. Funny Lady, CD/Arista 07822-19006-2 (Barbra Streisand)
22. Incomparable!, CD/Universal 589516 (Anita O'Day with orchestra conducted by Bill Holman)
23. Classic Album Collection, Vol. 1, CD/Collectables 105 (Andy Williams)
24. Sophisticated Swing: The EmArcy Small Group Sessions, CD/PolyGram 528408 (Cannonball Adderley)
25. The Complete Norman Granz Master Takes, CD/Definitive Classics DRCD 11273 (Charlie Parker)
26. Brownie: The Complete EmArcy Recordings Of Clifford Brown, CD/Emarcy 838306 (Clifford Brown)
27. The Transition Sessions, CD/Blue Note 40528 (Donald Byrd)
28. The Essential Judy Garland, CD/Capitol 59451 (Judy Garland)
29. The Lou Donaldson Quartet/Quintet/Sextet, CD/Blue Note 81537 (Lou Donaldson) (unverified)
30. I Think Of You With Every Breath I Take, CD/Savoy Jazz 233 (Marlene Ver Planck) (unverified)
31. The Magnificent Thad Jones, CD/Blue Note B2-46814 (Thad Jones)
32. I Wanna Be Around, CD/Columbia 66504 (Tony Bennett)
33. The Best Of Tony Martin: The Mercury Years, CD/Mercury 532875 (Tony Martin)
34. The Lady Must Live, CD/After 9 2019 (Daryl Sherman)
35. The Talented Touch, CD/Toshiba EMI 9477 (Hank Jones)
Radio transcriptions performed by Gwen Williams and Bob Hannon, the Norman Cloutier Orchestra, and the Wladimir Selinsky Sinfonietta are also known to exist.

My Kinda Love (M: Louis Alter; L: Jo Trent) (not in program):

1. 78/ Columbia 1773 D (Bing Crosby with the Dorsey Brothers and Their Orchestra) [also 78/Parlophone R 2475; reissued on Lost Columbia Sides 1928-1933, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 216]
2. 78/Musicraft 398 (Sarah Vaughan with orchestra directed by Tad Dameron) [also 78/M-G-M 30339; reissued on The Chronological Sarah Vaughan 1944-1946, CD/Classics 958]
3. 78/Diva 2928 (The Singing Boys and Their Novelty Orchestra) [also 78/Velvet Tone 1928 V; 78/Harmony 928]
4. 78/Decca 1316 (Baby White with Claude Hopkins and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Claude Hopkins And His Orchestra 1937-1940, CD/Classics 733]
5. 78/Decca 27580 (June Hutton with Artie Shaw's Gramercy Five) [reissued on The Chronological Artie Shaw and His Orchestra 1951-1954, CD/Classics 1413]
6. 78/Decca 24049 (Marlene Fingerle and Arthur Schutt, pianos) [reissued on Song Hits Of 1929, Vocalion Vl-73641]
7. 78/Bluebird B 6574 (Phil Napoleon's Emperors) [also 78/Bluebird B 7101; 78/Victor V 38057; reissued on Red Nichols/Phil Napoleon 1923-1931, CD/EPM JA157452]
8. 78/Brunswick 4291 (Edith Evans with Ray Mayer, piano)
9. 78/Brunswick 4187 (Walter Barnes and His Royal Creolians)
10. 78/Banner 6356 (Ralph Haines with Lou Gold & His Orchestra)
11. 78/Okeh 41213 (Charles W. Hamp (The California Blue Boy) with orchestra)
12. 78/Oriole 1537 (Larry Holton with The Yankee Ten Orchestra)
13. 78/Victor 21944 (Ben Pollack, vocal, with Ben Pollack and his Park Central Orchestra)
14. A Musical Autobiography, 45/Decca 91400 (Bing Crosby with Buddy Cole and His Trio) [reissued on Through The Years, Vol. 7: 1954, CD/Sepia 1167]
15. 45/Capitol F2635 (Le Blanc) 45/Capitol 3-721 (Jack Teagarden) [reissued on The Complete Capitol Fifties Jazz Sessions, CD/Mosaic 4-168]
16. That's A Serious Thing, CD/Bluebird RCA 9986-2-RB (Jack Teagarden)
17. Nat King Cole At The Sands, CD/Capitol C2-93786 (Nat King Cole)
18. One Night Stand: The Town Hall Concert 1947, CD/Blue Note 8321392 (Sarah Vaughan with the Lester Young Sextet)
19. What Every Girl Should Know/Doris Day's Sentimental Journey, CD/Columbia 4930502 (Doris Day with orchestra conducted by Harry Zimmerman)
20. I Cry By Night/Losers, Weepers, CD/EMI 8560582 (Kay Starr with orchestra conducted by Gerald Wiggins)
21. Mirage, CD/Soul Note 1210462 (Art Farmer Quintet)
22. Jazz Casual, CD/Koch Records 8564 (Dizzy Gillespie and Art Farmer)
23. Jazz Casual, CD/Koch Records KOCCD 85 (Sonny Rollins)
24. The Complete Verve Gerry Mulligan Concert Band Sessions, CD/Verve 9860613 (Gerry Mulligan)
25. The Chronological Dexter Gordon 1947-1952, CD/Classics 1295 (Dexter Gordon)
26. It's A Good Day, CD/Delos 4002 (Mavis Rivers)
27. Big Sounds From The Small Screen, CD/Dynaflow 3 (Stan Kenton)
28. Rockin' On T.V., CD/Krazy Kat Records KKCD 14 (The Collins Kids)
29. Delectable Collectibles, CD/Orchard 5839 (Clearwater Connection)
30. The Hottest Of The Philip Lewis/Rhythm Maniacs Recordings 1928-1930, CD/Retrieval Recordings RTR 79064 (Rhythm Maniacs)
31. Double Play, CD/Arbors 19118 (Dave Frishberg and Jim Goodwin)
32. The Columbia House Bands: Ed Kirkeby, Vol. 1, CD/The Old Masters 110 (Ed Kirkeby)
33. NEA Jazz Masters, CD/Verve 5208 (Ella Fitzgerald)
34. Many Moods Of Ann Richards/Two, CD/EMI 5970552 (Ann Richards)
35. Daydreaming, CD/Connie Olson (Connie Olson)
36. The Fabulous Mae West…And Other Wonderful Girls, CD/Sepia 1075 (Connie Russell with the Harold Mooney Orchestra)
37. It's A Good Thing, CD/Unity 2517 (Jamie Davis)
38. Greatest Hits, CD/Capitol (Mel Blanc)
A radio transcription performed by Ray McKinley, vocal, with the Ray McKinley Orchestra is also known to exist.

Wild Oat Joe (added for NEW AMERICANA (1928)):

1. 78/Okeh 41153 (Miff Mole and His Little Molers) [also 78/Parlophone R 2328; reissued on The Chronological Miff Mole 1928-1937, CD/Classics 1298]

Unrecorded Material:

The Ameri-Can-Can (also used in NEW AMERICANA (1928))
Cane Dance (dance) (added for NEW AMERICANA (1928) and dropped after opening)
Finale (added for NEW AMERICANA (1928))
Goodbye Forever
He's Mine (also used in NEW AMERICANA (1928))
Hot Pants (also used in NEW AMERICANA (1928))
Jazz City (M: Henry Souvaine; L: J.P. McEvoy) (not in program)
Life As A Twosome (M: Joseph Meyer) (also used in NEW AMERICANA (1928) and HERE'S HOWE)
No Place Like Home (not in program)
Rainbow's End (added for NEW AMERICANA (1928))
Remember The Face Of Your Driver (M: Roger Wolfe Kahn; L: J.P. McEvoy)
Rubber Heels (M: J. Rosamund Johnson; L: J.P. McEvoy)
Taking The Subway To Roxy (added for NEW AMERICANA (1928))
Woman's Work Is Never Done
Young Black Joe