Composer: Various
Lyricist: E.Y. Harburg

Opened: October 5, 1932, Shubert Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 77

Note: This show was also known as J.P. MCEVOY'S NEW AMERICANA.

Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? (M: Jay Gorney):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this standard beyond composer reditions.
1. Yip Sings Harburg, CD/Koch International 3-7386-2 H1 (E.Y. Harburg and Jay Gorney with Jay Gorney, piano)

Satan's Li'l Lamb (M: Harold Arlen; L: E.Y. Harburg; Johnny Mercer):

1. 78/Victor 24145 (Ethel Merman with orchestra) [reissued on I Get A Kick Out Of You, CD/Flapper PASTCD-7056]
2. Hi Fi Calypso, Etc., Columbia (M) CL 928 (Enid Mosier and her Trinidad Steel Band with the Clarence Williams Trio)
3. Different Stages, CD/ZHQ 1002 (Sam Harris)
4. Not That Different, CD/WBG 1918 (Natalie Douglas)
5. Like Glass, CD/Kopaesthetics 108 (Spider Saloff)

Whistling For A Kiss (M: Richard Myers; L: E.Y. Harburg; Johnny Mercer):

1. 78/Victor 24156 (George Wheeler with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra) [reissued on Leo Reisman And His Orchestra, Volume 1 (1931-1936), JJA (M) 1980-1]

Would'ja For A Big Red Apple? (M: Henry Souvaine; L: Johnny Mercer):

1. 78/Varsity 8175 (Happy Felton, vocal, with Happy Felton and His Orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

Amour A La Militaire (M: Bernard Hermann) (inst.)
Dance Fantastique
Five Minutes Of Spring (M: Jay Gorney) (also used in ACCIDENTALLY YOURS)
The Forgotten Man (dance)
Get That Sun Into You (M: Richard Myers)
Let Me Match My Private Life With Yours (M: Vernon Duke)
Ringside - Madison Square Garden (M: Winthrop Sargent) (inst.)
The Shakers (dance)
Uncle Sam Needs A "Man Who Can Take It" (M: Unknown)
You're Not Pretty, But You're Mine (M: Burton Lane)