BLACK BROADWAY



Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: June 24, 1979, Avery Fisher Hall, N.Y.C.; May 4, 1980, Town Hall, N.Y.C.
Performances: 1 (Avery Fisher Hall); 24 (Town Hall with slightly different cast)


After You've Gone (M: Turner Layton; L: Henry Creamer) (cut from SO LONG, LETTY and dropped for the 1980 production):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Just You, Just Me, CD/Sackville 2054 (Dick Hyman and Ralph Sutton, pianos)
2. A Tribute To Ethel Waters, Orinda (S) ORC-400 (Diahann Carroll with the Duke Ellington Orchestra) [reissued as CD/Bainbridge 6101]
3. Diahann Carroll At The Persian Room, United Artists (S) UAS-6080 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz) (part of medley) [reissued on The Magic Of Diahann Carroll, CD/DRG 91488]


Ain't Misbehavin' (M: Thomas "Fats" Waller; Harry Brooks; L: Andy Razaf) (originally used in HOT CHOCOLATES and subsequently used in AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Guess Who's In Town: Bobby Short Performs The Songs Of Andy Razaf, Atlantic 81778-1 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with orchestra conducted by Phil Moore) [reissued as CD/Atlantic 7 81778-2]
2. Ain't Misbehavin', RCA Red Seal CBL2 2965 (Nell Carter, Andre DeShields, Armelia McQueen, Ken Page, and Charlaine Woodard with Luther Henderson and Hank Jones, pianos)
3. Brown 'N Serve, CD/ P-Vine Records 23481 (Frank Owens)
4. Dick Hyman Plays Fats Waller, CD/Reference Recordings 33 (Dick Hyman, piano)
5. Stride Piano Summit: A Celebration of Harlem Stride & Classic Piano Jazz, CD/Milestone Records MCD-9189-2 (Mike Lipskin and Dick Hyman, pianos)
6. Riverwalk Jazz Vol. VII: American Love Songs, CD/River Walk 7 (Vernel Bagneris with The Jim Cullom Jazz Band featuring Dick Hyman, piano)
7. In Concert At The Old Mill Inn, CD/Sackville Recordings SKCD22079 (Dick Hyman, piano)


Am I Blue (M: Grant Clarke; L: Harry Akst) (dropped for the 1980 production):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. In Concert At The Old Mill Inn, CD/Sackville Recordings SKCD22079 (Dick Hyman, piano)
2. A Tribute To Ethel Waters, Orinda (S) ORC-400 (Diahann Carroll with the Duke Ellington Orchestra) [reissued as CD/Bainbridge 6101]
3. Diahann Carroll At The Persian Room, United Artists (S) UAS-6080 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz) (part of medley) [reissued on The Magic Of Diahann Carroll, CD/DRG 91488]


As Long As I Live (M: Harold Arlen; L: Ted Koehler) (originally used in COTTON CLUB PARADE OF 1934 (24th EDITION):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Where Have You Been?, CD/DRG CDSL-5202 (Elisabeth Welch)
2. Hyman Plays Harold Arlen: Blues in the Night, CD/Musicmasters 5021 (Dick Hyman, piano)
3. America, The Beautiful, CD/ Arbors 19269 (Rudy Braff, cornet, and Dick Hyman, organ)
4. Piano, CD/Surrounded By SBE 1003-2 (Bobby Short, piano, with Howard Alden, guitar, Frank Tate, bass, Klaus Suonsaari, drums, and John Eckert, trumpet)


Bandana Days (M: Eubie Blake; L: Noble Sissle) (dropped for the 1980 production; originally used in SHUFFLE ALONG and PLANTATION DAYS and subsequently used in HARLEM CAVALCADE):

1. 78/Path 020655 (The Seven Black Dots)
2. 78/Disc 6002 (The Carnival Three: Omer Simeon, George "Pops" Foster, and James P. Johnson) [reissued on The Chronological James P. Johnson 1944-1945, CD/Classics 1027]
3. 78/Paramount 12002 (Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, piano) [reissued on Early Rare Recordings, Vol. 1, Eubie Blake Music 4; also found on Shuffle Along, New World (M) NW-260;
also Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204]
4. 78/Okeh 4504 (James P. Johnson's Harmony Eight) [reissued on Harlem Stride Piano 1921-1929, CD/EPM JA158952]
5. 78/Variety VA 552 (Noble Sissle and His Orchestra with Sidney Bechet) [reissued on The Chronological Sidney Bechet 1937-1937, CD/Classics 593]
6. 78/Victor 18791 (Eubie Blake and His Shuffle Along Orchestra) [reissued on Sissle And Blake: Early Rare Recordings Volume 2, Eubie Blake Music (M) EBM-7 ; also found on Shuffle Along, New World (M) NW-260]
7. Songs From Shuffle Along, 45EP/Victor EPA 482 (Avon Long with orchestra directed by Eubie Blake)
8. Song Hits Of 1921, Vocalion Records (S) VL73633 (Carmen Cavallaro)
9. The Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle) (part of medley)
10. Orphelia Ragtime Orchestra Plays Classic Ragtime, CD/Odin 40382 (Orphelia Ragtime Orchestra)
11. Sidney Bechet The Alternative Takes, Vol. 1: 1925-1941, CD/ Neatwork 2001 (Sissle and His Orchestra with Sidney Bechet)
12. Josephine, CD/Merucy 512 659-2 (Cheryl Howard and company with the Metrople Orchestra conducted by Henk Meutgeert)
13. Black Manhattan, Volume 2, CD/New World Records 80731-2 (Paragon Ragtime Orchestra directed by Rick Benjamin)
14. Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD 3204 (Noble Sissle with Eubie Blake, piano)
15. Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204 (Uncredited QFS Piano Roll)]
16. Sissle & Blake’s Shuffle Along Of 1950, CD/Harbinger HCD-3402 (Noble Sissle with Eubie Blake, piano)
17. Sissle & Blake’s Shuffle Along Of 1950, CD/Harbinger HCD-3402 (Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake)


Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea (M: Harold Arlen; L: Ted Koehler) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in RHYTHMANIA):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Hyman Plays Harold Arlen: Blues in the Night, CD/Musicmasters 5021 (Dick Hyman, piano)


Black And Blue (M: Thomas "Fats" Waller; Harry Brooks; L: Andy Razaf) (originally used in HOT CHOCOLATES):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Brunswick 4685 (Edith Wilson) [reissued on Edith and Lena Wilson: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Vol. 2 (1924-31), CD/Document 5451]
2. Eubie Blake And His Friends Edith Wilson And Ivan Harold Browing, Eubie Blake Music (S) EBM-3 (Edith Wilson with Eubie Blake, piano)
3. Guess Who's In Town: Bobby Short Performs The Songs Of Andy Razaf, Atlantic 81778-1 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with orchestra conducted by Phil Moore) [reissued as CD/Atlantic 7 81778-2]
4. Ain't Misbehavin', RCA Red Seal CBL2 2965 (Nell Carter, Andre DeShields, Armelia McQueen, Ken Page, and Charlaine Woodard with Luther Henderson and Hank Jones, pianos)


The Bleeding Moon (by Bob Cole; J. Rosamond Johnson) (dropped for the 1980 production; originally used in THE RED MOON):

1. The Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Eubie Blake)


Blue Turning Gray Over You (M: Thomas "Fats" Waller; L: Andy Razaf) (added for the 1980 production):

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


Breakfast In Harlem (added for the 1980 production):

1. Harlem Comes To London, CD/DRG 8444 (Buck (Fort Lee Washington) and John W. Bubbles) Sideman Supreme, CD/Harlequin Records 188 (Freddy Gardner)


Broadway In Dahomey (M/L: Alex Rogers; Bert Williams; George Walker) (originally used in IN DAHOMEY):

1. In Dahomey, CAS/Sound Current Records (Bill Farrell with the Ocotillo Orchestra conducted by Patrick K. Gogerty)
2. Reunion In Ragtime, CD/Hapi Skratch Records 75021 (Bob Darch and Eubie Blake)


The Brownskin Gal In The Calico Gown (M: Duke Ellington; L: Paul Webster) (originally used in JUMP FOR JOY):

1. 78/Victor 27517 (Herb Jeffries with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra) [reissued on Never No Lament: Duke Ellington - The Blanton-Webster Band, CD/BMG 38049/51]
2. 78/Columbia 14257 D (Barbecue Bob) (unverified)
3. Ella At Duke's Place, Verve (S) V6-4070 (Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra) [reissued on CD/Polygram 529700]
4. Jump For Joy, Mercury/Emarcy (M) MG-36146 (Julian "Cannonball" Adderley) [reissued as CD/Mercury 528699]
5. Blue Pyramid, Verve V6-8635 (Johnny Hodges and Wild Bill Davis)
6. To Duke With Love, Inner City/East Wind IC 6014 (Art Farmer) [reissued as CD/Test Of Time Records 11]
7. Now Hear This, Columbia 1023 (The Hi-Lo's) [reissued on Now Hear This/Broadway Playbill, CD/Collectables 6465]
8. By Request, CD/Jazz Link Enterprises 44005-29 (Sandy Graham)
9. Tribute To Duke Ellington, CD/EMI 55346 (Barbara Hendricks & The Monty Alexander Trio)
10. Con-Soul And Jazz/Wild Bill Is The Boss, CD/Lone Hill Jazz 10283 (Johnny Hodges and Wild Bill Davis)
11. Black Beauty, CD/Phontastic 8834 (Joya Sherril with Arne Domnerus and Friends)


Charleston (M/L: Cecil Mack; James P. Johnson) (originally used in RUNNIN' WILD):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Charleston: The Songs That Made The Twenties Roar, Columbia (S) M 33706 (Dick Hyman, organ, Ruby Braff, cornet, and orchestra conducted by Dick Hyman) [reissued on Jelly & James, CD/Sony MDK-52552]
2. Charleston: The Songs That Made The Twenties Roar, Columbia (S) M 33706 (orchestra conducted by Dick Hyman) (part of medley) [reissued on Jelly & James, CD/Sony MDK-52552]
3. The Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Eubie Blake)
4. Jelly & James, CD/Sony MDK-52552 (Dicky Hyman, piano) (part of medley)


Charleston Rag (M: Eubie Blake) (added for the 1980 production; previously used in EUBIE!; also used in DOCTOR JAZZ):

1. Eubie Blake 1917-21, Biograph (S) BLP-1011Q (Eubie Blake, piano roll)
2. The Wizard Of Ragtime Piano, 20th Century 3003 (Eubie Blake)
3. The Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Eubie Blake)
4. That's Ragtime!, AEI 2116 (Eubie Blake, piano) [reissued as CD/AEI Green Room AEI-CD 606]
5. Memories of You, Biograph 112 (Eubie Blake, piano roll) [reissued as CD/Biograph BCD-112]
6. One Night Stand: A Keyboard Event, CBS 88527 (Eubie Blake, piano)
7. Eubie!, Seven Star 71017 (Dick Hyman, piano)
8. Dick Hyman's Century Of Jazz Piano, CD/Arbors ARCD19348 (Dick Hyman, piano)
9. Eubie!, Warner Bros. (S) HS-3267 (Gregory Hines and Cast with orchestra conducted by Vicki Carter)  [reissued on CD/Kritzerland KR 20030-5]
10. Living A Ragtime Life, Vanguard (S) VSD-79391 (Max Morath, piano) [reissued as CD/ Solo Art 110]
11. Jazz Piano Masters, CD/Chiaroscuro 170 (Eubie Blake, piano)
12. Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz, CD/Jazz Alliance 12006 (Eubie Blake, piano)
13. Tricky Fingers, CD/Quicksilver 9003 (Eubie Blake, piano)
14. 10th Anniversary New Orleans Jazz And Heritage Festival, CD/Flying Fish 0099 (Eubie Blake, piano)
15. Showstoppers, CD/RCA 68131 (Nigel Cox, piano)
16. Stride Summit, CD/Downtown 9219 (Neville Dickie, piano)
17. Live At Caramoor, CD/Aaron Diehl (Aaron Diehl, piano)
18. Silks & Rags, CD/Capitol 54131 (The Great American Main St. Band)
19. Rock Me, CD/Pianomania (Jim & Martha Hession, pianos)
20. Riverboat Ragtime: Then & Now, CD/High Water (Jazzou Jones, piano)
21. Ol' Muddy, CD/Ragtime Press HVR-7165 (Sue Keller, piano)
22. Grace & Beauty, CD/Viridiana 2007 (Scott Kirby, piano)
23. Charleston Rag, CD/Herman 1016 (Morten Gunnar Larsen, piano)
24. The Art Of The Rag, CD/GM 3018 (Gunther Schuller and The New England Ragtime Ensemble)
25. Tricky Fingers, CD/Rivermont 2206 (Martin Spitznagel, piano)
26. Echoes from the Snowball Club, CD/Ragtime (Adam Swanson, piano)
27. Good Old New York 88's, CD/Daring 3003 (Butch Thompson, piano)
28. Best Of The St. Louis Traditional Jazz Festival, CD/Conservatory 8101 (Terry Waldo, piano)
29. The Heroes of Parlor Town Volume 1, CD/River Media 69731 (Brent Watkins, piano)
30. Rhapsody In Ragtime, CD/Klavier 11164 (Richard Dowling, piano)
31. Arthur Fiedler Legacy: Stars and Stripes - An American Concert, CD/Deutsche Grammophon 4776115 (Arthur Fiedler and The Boston Pops Orchestra)
32. Once Upon a Ragtime, CD/Orange Music 5538 (Mimi Blais and John Petley, pianos)
33. The Sidewalks of New York: Tin Pan Alley, CD/Winter & Winter 38 (Uri Caine, piano)
34. Dancers in Love, CD/Venus Jazz 35085 (Stanley Cowell Trio)


Chocolate Shake (listed in the 1979 program but not performed in the 1979 or 1980 productions; originally used in JUMP FOR JOY):

1. 78/Victor 27531 (Ivie Anderson with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra) [45EP/Victor 21003; 45E/Victor EPA 707; 45EP/E.M.I. 7EG 8209; reissued on Never No Lament: Duke Ellington - The Blanton-Webster Band, CD/BMG 38049/51]
2. Jump For Joy, Mercury/Emarcy (M) MG-36146 (Julian "Cannonball" Adderley) [reissued as CD/Mercury 528699]
3. The Body And The Soul, Impulse AS-38 (Freddie Hubbard) [reissued as CD/Impulse! 183]
4. Skylark, Quintessence Jazz 25161 (Freddie Hubbard)
5. Living In Dreams, CD/Tradition & Moderne 42 (Sandy Dillon)
6. Duke Ellington Blvd., CD/Orchard 4040 (Cleve Douglass)
7. Jealousy, CD/Marsh 30062 (Duke Jordan)
8. Live Live Live, CD/Tokuma Records 3025 (Duke Jordan)


Christopher Columbus (M: Leon Berry; L: Andy Razaf) (added for the 1980 production):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. In Concert At The Old Mill Inn, CD/Sackville Recordings SKCD22079 (Dick Hyman, piano)


Cotton Club Stomp (M: Duke Ellington; Johnny Hodges; Harry Carney) (originally used in COTTON CLUB REVUE OF 1929 (14th EDITION) and subsequently used in BLACKBERRIES OF 1930):

1. 78/Victor V 38079 (Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra) [also 78/Bluebird B 10242; 78/Gramophone B 4872; 78/Gramophone B 6292; 78/Swing SW. 332; 45/Victor 75.385; reissued on The Indispensable Duke Ellington, Vol. 1-2 (1927-1929), CD/RCA 26192]
2. 78/Brunswick m 8405 (Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra) [also 78/Brunswick 6813; 78/Brunswick 1186; 78/Brunswick 4887; reissued on Early Ellington, Decca/GRP 640]
3. 78/Okeh 8397 (George McClennon's Jazz Band) [reissued on George McClennon/Wilton Crawley, CD/Jazz Oracle 8022]
4. A Nite At The Cotton Club, 45/Pirate MPC 524 (Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra) [reissued on Jungle Nights In Harlem, CD/ RCA 82499]
5. Early Ellington, Decca/GRP 640 (Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra) (alternate take)
6. The Cotton Club, CD/Geffen GEFD-24062 (orchestra conducted by Bob Wilber) (two renditions)
7. A Night At The Cotton Club, CD/RCA PD 74169 (Company with the Harlem Orchestra directed by Steve Galloway)
8. More Money Jungle: Ellington Explorations, CD/Koch International 6990 (Rhythm & Brass)
9. Bug Music, CD/Nonesuch 79438 (Don Byron)
10. One Hour With You, CD/Original Cast Record 9525 (Crazy Rhythm Hot Society Orchestra)
11. Swing Classics, CD/EMI Gold 525080 (Graham Dalby & The Grahamophones)


Creole Love Call (M/L: Duke Ellington) (fragment used as entrance music; originally used in RHYTHMANIA):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. That Wonderful Adelaide Hall, Monmouth-Evergreen (S) MES-7080 (Adelaide Hall with musical direction by Brian Lemon)
2. Live At The Riverside, CD/JAY CDJAY 8312 (Adelaide Hall) (two renditions)
3. A Centenary Celebration, CD/Avid 720 (Adelaide Hall)


Diga Diga Doo (M: Jimmy McHugh; L: Dorothy Fields) (originally used in BLACKBIRDS OF 1928):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Brunswick 4014 (Elisabeth Welch) [reissued on Soft Lights & Sweet Music, CD/Pearl 7060]
2. That Wonderful Adelaide Hall, Monmouth-Evergreen (S) MES-7080 (Adelaide Hall with musical direction by Brian Lemon)
3. Teddy Wilson In 4 Hands, CD/Victoria 4369 (Chris Hopkins and Dick Hyman, pianos)
4. Live At The Riverside, CD/JAY CDJAY 8312 (Adelaide Hall)


Dinah (M: Harry Akst; L: Sam Lewis; Joe Young) (originally used in THE PLANTATION REVUE and subsequently used in RHYTHMANIA and BLACKBIRDS OF 1930):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Tono K 6001 (Adelaide Hall with the Kai Ewans Orkester) (part of medley)
2. Songs By Bobby Short, Atlantic (M) 1214 (Bobby Short) [reissued as CD/Collectables Records 6520]
3. Diahann Carroll At The Persian Room, United Artists (S) UAS-6080 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz) (part of medley) [reissued on The Magic Of Diahann Carroll, CD/DRG 91488]
4. America, The Beautiful, CD/ Arbors 19269 (Rudy Braff, cornet, and Dick Hyman, organ) Dick Hyman & Ralph Sutton, CD/Concord 4603 (Dick Hyman and Ralph Sutton, pianos)


Doin' The New Low Down (M: Jimmy McHugh; L: Dorothy Fields) (originally used in BLACKBIRDS OF 1928):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Brunswick 4014 (Elisabeth Welch) [reissued on Soft Lights & Sweet Music, CD/Pearl 7060]


Flamingo (by Ted Grouya; Ed Anderson) (dropped for the 1980 production; originally used in JUMP FOR JOY):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Victor 27326 (Herb Jeffries with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra) [also 78/Gramophone B 9206; 45/Victor RCX 1055; 45EP/Victor EPA 5135; reissued on Never No Lament: Duke Ellington - The Blanton-Webster Band, CD/BMG 38049/51]
2. 78/V Disc 213 (Herb Jeffries with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra) [reissued on V Disc, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 3594]
3. 78/Coral 60717 (Herb Jeffries with Les Brown and His Band Of Renown) [also 78/Coral 65518; 45/Coral 9-65518]
4. 78/Mercury 5542 (Herb Jeffries and His Orchestra) [also 45/Mercury 5542X45]
5. The Works Of Duke Ellington, Vol. 17, RCA (M) FMX1-7274 (first edition) (Herb Jeffries with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra) (soundtrack/movie short)
6. The Works Of Duke Ellington, Vol. 17, RCA (M) FMX1-7274 (first edition) (Herb Jeffries with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra) (transcription) [reissued on The Complete Standard Transcriptions, CD/Soundies 4107]
7. The Duke And I, CDPark Hill Records (Herb Jeffries)


Gimme A Pigfoot And A Bottle Of Beer (M/L: Wesley Wilson) (added for the 1980 production; also used in ME AND BESSIE):

1. 78/Columbia 37574 (Bessie Smith with Buck and His Band) [also 78/Okeh 6893; 78/Okeh 8949; 78/Parlophone R 2146; 78/UHCA 49/50; reissued on The Complete Recordings, Vol. 1, CD/Columbia/Legacy C2K-47091]
2. 78/Decca 24947 (Billie Holiday with orchestra directed by Sy Oliver) [reissued on The Complete Decca Recordings, CD/GRP 601]
3. Songs By Bobby Short, Atlantic (M) 1214 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Rollie Bundock, bass, and Larry Bunker, drums) [reissued as CD/Collectables COL-CD-6520]
4. Mabel Mercer And Bobby Short At Town Hall, Atlantic SD 2-604 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Beverly Peer, bass, and Richard Sheridan, drums) [reissued on At Town Hall/Second Town Hall Concert, CD/Collectables COL-CD-6839]
5. Forbidden Fruit, Colpix (S) SCP-419 (Nina Simone) [reissued on CD/EMI 9394 and on Forbidden Fruit/Nina Simone At Newport, CD/Collectables 6207]
6. Sylvester & The Hot Band/Scratch My Flower, BTS 45 (Sylvester & The Hot Band) [reissued on The Blue Thumb Collection, CD/Hip-o Select 001292102]
7. Me And Bessie, Columbia (S) PC-34032 (Linda Hopkins)
8. Atlantic Blues: Vocalists, CD/Atlantic 81696-2 (Wesley Wilson)
9. Love Me Or Leave Me, CD/Document (Ingeburg Thomsen)
10. Jana Vaccaro Full Circle, CD/ Jana Vaccaro (Jana Vaccaro)
11. A Stone For Bessie Smith, CD/Kirkelig (Ytre Suloens Jass-Ensemble & Barbara Ann)
12. Swinging Hamburg: Jazz Im Hamburg Von A-Z, CD/Document (unknown performer)
13. LaVern Baker Sings Bessie Smith, CD/Atlantic 90980-2 (LaVern Baker)
14. Margie Baker And Friends Live At Bach Dancing And Dynamite Society, CD/CAP 994 (Margie Baker and Friends)
15. The Songs Of Bessie Smith/The Cotton Connection, CD/Collectables 6641 (Teresa Brewer with Count Basie)
16. Sincerely, CD/Lillian Butler (Lillian Butler) And The Blues, CD/GHB Records 84 (Natalie Lamb)
17. Abbey Sings Billie, Vol. 2, CD/Enja 7037 (Abbey Lincoln)
18. Senior Moments, CD/Lake 113 (Merseysippi Jazz Band)
19. Sassy & Bessie A-Live At The Paradise Lounge, CD/Patuxent Music 158 (Ruby Hayes)
20. Indestructible!, CD/Kayo Stereophonics/MRI 10747 (Anita O'Day)
21. Lady Sings The Blues, CD/Motown 37463-0758-2 (Diana Ross)
22. Stolen Moments: The Lady Sings...Jazz & Blues, CD/Motown 017332 (Diana Ross)
23. The Sunshine Of Your Blues, CD/Lake 191 (Monty Sunshine)
24. Vintage Alex Welsh 1955-56, CD/Lake 179 (Alex Welsh)
25. Valli Scavelli Sings Bessie Smith, CD/Valdon (Valli Scavelli)
26. Newport Jazz Festival: Blues In The Night, Vol. 4, CD/Phontastic 8816 (Max Roach and Wynton Kelley)
27. Stars Fell, CD/Dale Miller Productions (Alison Faith Levy)
28. Cleo Laine Live!!! At Carnegie Hall, CD/RCA 60960-2 (Cleo Laine)
29. Early Oscar Klein 1954-1964, CD/RST Records 91564 (Oscar Klein)
30. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 3, CD/Document 5260 (Frankie "Half Pint" Jaxon)
31. Red Allen & The Blues Singers, Vol. 2, CD/Jazz Archives 47 (Henry "Red" Allen)
32. Beach Boogie & Blues (Some White People Can Dance), Vol. 5, CD/Ripete Records (The Kerry Michaels Band)
33. Voice Of Blues, CD/Chrisly Records 60001 (Angela Brown)
34. Bessie & The Blues: Riverwalk Live, Vol. 3, CD/River Walk 3 (Jim Cullom & David Holt)
35. Judith Durham And The Hottest Band In Town, CD/Warner Music 3984262992 (Judith Durham)
36. In Another Life, CD/Nagel Heyer Records (Marty Elkins with Dave McKenna)
37. Lee Gunness Sings The Blues, CD/GHB Records 314 (Lee Gunness with Hal Smith's Creole Jazz Band)
38. Juanita Hall Sings The Blues, CD/DCC Compact Classics 623 (Juanita Hall)
39. All Night Strut, CD/Original Cast 9739 (unknown performer with music conducted by Ed Wells)
40. Won't Be A Fool No More, CD/See For Miles Records 388 (Champion Jack Dupree)
41. Jivin' With Jack: Live In Manchester, May 1966, CD/Jasmine Records 3008 (Champion Jack Dupree)
42. Up In Harlem On A Saturday Night, CD/Steve Lallier's Tuxedo Junction (Steve Lallier's Tuxedo Junction)
43. A Night At The Cotton Club, CD/RCA PD 74169 (Emma Washington with the Harlem Orchestra directed by Steve Galloway)
44. Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill, CD/PS Classics PS-1423 (Audra McDonald with orchestra conducted by Shelton Becton)
45. Bessie, HBO Films 88875099702 (Bessie Smith featuring Queen Latifah) (2015 remix)
46. Quintessential Cleo, CD/Gold Label GLD CD 2104 (Cleo Laine)


Ginger Brown (M: James P. Johnson; L: Cecil Mack) (part of overture; originally used in RUNNIN' WILD):

1. Charleston: The Songs That Made The Twenties Roar, Columbia (S) M 33706 (orchestra conducted by Dick Hyman) (part of medley) [reissued on Jelly & James, CD/Sony MDK-52552]


Gypsy Blues (M: Eubie Blake; L: Noble Sissle) (listed in the 1979 program but not performed in the 1979 or 1980 productions; originally used in SHUFFLE ALONG, PLANTATION REVUE, and PLANTATION DAYS):

1. 78/Gennett 4794 A (Ladd's Black Aces) [also 78/Starr 9177; reissued on The Complete Ladd's Black Aces 1921-24, CD/Timeless 77]
2. 78/Symphony Concert 14250 (Farrell's Dance Orchestra)
3. 78/Emerson 10467 (Sam Lanin's Southern Serenaders) [reissued on Shake It And Break It, CD/Frog 61]
4. 78/Hytone K 140 (Original Dixieland Jazz Band)
5. 78/Reference Recording D 624/5 (Everett Johnson) (unverified)
6. 78/Banner 1021 (Irving Weiss and His Ritz-Carlton Orchestra) [also 78/Puritan 11091; 78/Paramount 20091]
7. 78/Okeh 4461 (Julius Lenzbergs Harmonists)
8. 78/ Regal 9143 (Kentucky Serenaders)
9. 78/Edison 50866 (Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra)
10. 78/Victor 18839 (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
11. 78/Black Swan 2025 (Henderson's Novelty Orchestra)
12. Songs From Shuffle Along, 45EP/Victor EPA 482 (Thelma Carpenter and Avon Long with orchestra directed by Eubie Blake) [reissued on Seems Like Old Times, CD/Sepia Records 1080]
13. The Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle) (part of medley)
14. Carolina Shout, CD/Collectables Records 6924 (James P. Johnson, piano roll)
15. Blue Roses Of Far And Near, CD/Stomp Off 1361 (Dan Levinson)
16. Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204 (Noble Sissle with Eubie Blake, piano)
17. Black Manhattan, Volume 2, CD/New World Records 80731-2 (Paragon Ragtime Orchestra directed by Rick Benjamin)
18. Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204 (Uncredited QFS Piano Roll)]
19. Sissle & Blake’s Shuffle Along Of 1950, CD/Harbinger HCD-3402 (Noble Sissle with Eubie Blake, piano)


Happiness Is Just A Thing Called Joe (M: Harold Arlen; L: E.Y. Harburg) (dropped for the 1980 production; originally used in the film CABIN IN THE SKY):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. A Tribute To Ethel Waters, Orinda (S) ORC-400 (Diahann Carroll with the Duke Ellington Orchestra) [reissued as CD/Bainbridge 6101]
2. Diahann Carroll At The Persian Room, United Artists (S) UAS-6080 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz) (part of medley) [reissued on The Magic Of Diahann Carroll, CD/DRG 91488]
3. Diahann Carroll At The Persian Room, United Artists (S) UAS-6080 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz) [reissued on The Magic Of Diahann Carroll, CD/DRG 91488]

He May Be Your Man (But He Comes To See Me Sometimes) (M/L: Lemuel Fowler) (originally used in PLANTATION REVUE (1922); also interpolated into SHUFFLE ALONG):

1. 78/Columbia A 3653 (Edith Wilson with Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds) [also 78/Columbia A 3787; 78/Columbia A 3653; reissued on Johnny Dunn & Edith Wilson: Vol. 1 1921-1922, CD/Document 1522]
2. 78/Hytone K 129 A (Lucille Hegamin and Her Blue Flame Syncopators) [also 78/Puritan 11108; 78/Paramount 20108; 78/Cameo 287; 78/Arto 9129; 78/Banner 1048; 78/Regal 9315; 78/Black Swan 2049; reissued on Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 (1920-1922), CD/Document 5419 (two versions)]
3. 78/Decca 7528 (Trixie Smith with orchestra conducted by Charlie Shavers) [also 78/Decca M 30344; 78/Black Swan 14114; reissued on Completed Recorded Works, Vol. 1 (1922-1924), CD/Document 5332]
4. 78/Perfect 14067 (Original Memphis Five) [reissued on Pathe Instrumentals: Complete Set 1922-1926, CD/Retrieval Recordings 79044]
5. 78/Bluebird B 6617 (Amanda Randolph, vocal, with Amanda Randolph and Her Orchestra) [reissued on The 30s Girls, CD/Timeless 26]
6. 78/Bluebird B 10171 (Elisse Cooper with Eddie DeLange and His Orchestra)
7. 78/Brunswick 2380 (The Cotton Pickers) [reissued on The Cotton Pickers: 1922-1925, CD/Timeless 29]
8. 78/Okeh 4774 (The Original Six directed by George Kelly)
9. 78/Okeh 8037 (Lizzie Miles with orchestra) [reissued on Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 (1922-23), CD/Document 5458]
10. 78/Victor 19018 (The Virginians directed by Ross Gorman)
11. 78/Vocalion 04013 (The Yas Yas Girl (Merline Johnson)) [reissued on The Yas Yas Girl, Vol. 1: Complete Works (May 1937 - April 1938), CD/Document 5292]
12. 78/Capitol 1303 (Ann Jones with instrumental accompaniment)
13. 45/Coral 9-61487 (Pearl Bailey with orchestra conducted by Don Redman)
14. He May Be Your Man (But He Comes To See Me Sometimes), Delmark 637 (Edith Wilson) [reissued as CD/Delmark 637]
15. Eubie Blake And His Friends Edith Wilson And Ivan Harold Browing, Eubie Blake Music (S) EBM-3 (Edith Wilson with Eubie Blake, piano)
16. Partners In Time, CAS/Blind Pig 2988 (Mr. B)
17. The Chronological Sidney Bechet 1937-1938, CD/Classics 593 (Noble Sissle's Swingsters with Sidney Bechet)
18. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2 (1922-1923), CD/Document 5420 (Lucille Hegamin)
19. Alternate Takes & Remaining Titles, CD/Document 1011 (Lucille Hegamin) (Take 1)
20. Completed Recorded Works, Vol. 2 (1925-1939), CD/Document 5333 (Trixie Smith with orchestra including Sidney Bechet and Charlie Shavers)
21. Shining The Pearls, CD/Blind Pig 1886 (Mr. B)
22. Blues Women: 1944-1952, CD/Acrobat ACMCD4006 (Miss Rhapsody with orchestra)
23. Gay Love, CD/Garret Mountain Records CDP ES0804 (Jon Peterson with musical direction by Richard Danley)


Heat Wave (M/L: Irving Berlin) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in AS THOUSANDS CHEER):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Diahann Carroll At The Persian Room, United Artists (S) UAS-6080 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz) [reissued on The Magic Of Diahann Carroll, CD/DRG 91488]


Honey In The Honeycomb (M: Vernon Duke; L: John Latouche) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in CABIN IN THE SKY):

1. 78/Liberty Music Shop L 311 (Ethel Waters with orchestra conducted by Max Meth) [reissued on Ethel Waters On Stage And Screen (1925-1940), CD/Columbia Special Products 75018]
2. 45EP/Decca ED 2307 (Sylvia Syms with Orchestra directed by Ralph Burns)
3. Vernon Duke Plays Vernon Duke, 10"/Atlantic (M) 407 (Dorothy Richards with Vernon Duke, piano)
4. Cabin In The Sky, Sparton Impulse (M) A-232 (Orchestra conducted by Manny Albam)
5. Give The Lady What She Wants, RCA (S) LSP-1879 (Lena Horne) [reissued as CD/BMG 37399]
6. Cabin The Sky, Capitol (S) SW-2073 (Ketty Lester with orchestra conducted by Sy Oliver) [reissued as CD/EMI Angel 64892]
7. Cabin In The Sky, Unknown label (Curtis Fuller) Give The Lady What She Wants, RCA Victor (M) LSP-1879 (Lena Horne)
8. Cabin In The Sky, CD/Rhino 72245 (Lena Horne) (extended version)
9. Cabin In The Sky, CD/Rhino 72245 (Ethel Waters)
10. Barbara Lea, CD/Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1713-2 (Barbara Lea with the Johnny Windhurst Quintets)
11. Taking A Chance On Love, CD Original Cast 4444 (Donna English with Jeffrey R. Smith and Davis Harris, pianos)


I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me (M: Jimmy McHugh; L: Clarence Gaskill) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in GAY PAREE):

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


I Can't Give You Anything But Love (M: Jimmy McHugh; L: Dorothy Fields) (originally used in BLACKBIRDS OF 1928):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Gramophone B 8849 (Adelaide Hall with Fats Waller, organ) [reissued on A Centenary Celebration, CD/Avid 720 (Adelaide Hall)]
2. That Wonderful Adelaide Hall, Monmouth-Evergreen (S) MES-7080 (Adelaide Hall with musical direction by Brian Lemon)
3. A Centenary Celebration, CD/Avid 720 (Adelaide Hall) (part of medley)
4. A Centenary Celebration, CD/Avid 720 (Adelaide Hall) (part of medley) (intro and signoff)
5. Radio Scrapbook, CD/High Note 323 (Adelaide Hall)
6. Live In New York, CD/JAY CDJAY 1309 (Elisabeth Welch with Peter Howard, piano)
7. Late Night At The Café Carlyle, CD/Telarc 83311 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Beverly Peer, bass, and Robert Scott, drums)


I Must Have That Man (M: Jimmy McHugh; L: Dorothy Fields) (originally used in BLACKBIRDS OF 1928):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Brunswick 01519 (Adelaide Hall with Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra) [also 78/Brunswick 6518; reissued on A Centenary Celebration, CD/Avid 720]
2. 78/Brunswick 4031 (Adelaide Hall with Lew Leslie's Blackbirds Orchestra) [reissued on Crooning Blackbird, CD/EPM 157882]
3. That Wonderful Adelaide Hall, Monmouth-Evergreen (S) MES-7080 (Adelaide Hall with musical direction by Brian Lemon)
4. Alternative Takes, Vol. 3: 1931-1933, CD/Neatwork 2023 (Adeladie Hall with Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra) (three alternate takes)
5. In Concert At The Old Mill Inn, CD/Sackville Recordings SKCD22079 (Dick Hyman, piano)


I'm A Little Blackbird Looking For A Bluebird (M: Grant Clarke; Roy Turk; L: George W. Meyer; Arthur Johnston) (listed in the 1979 program but not performed and reinstated in the 1980 production; originally used in DIXIE TO BROADWAY)
:

1. 78/Columbia DO 2727 (Eva Taylor with Clarence Williams' Blue Five with Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet) [also 78/Okeh 40260; 78/Parlophone E 5670; 78/Columbia 35957; reissued on The Chronological Clarence Williams 1924-1926, CD/Classics 695]
2. New Orleans Encore, 10"/Riverside Records RLP-2503 (Bob Hodes Red Onion Jazz Band)
3. Barrel Of Keys, CD/Jazz Connaisseur 140 (Dick Hyman and Louis Mazetier, pianos)
4. Stomp Miss Hannah, CD/Stomp Off 1354 (Milano Hot Jazz Orchestra)
5. Go Back Where You Stayed Last Night, CD/GHB Records 167 (Carol Leigh)
6. The Chronological Earl Hines 1953-1954, CD/Classics 1440 (Earl Hines)
7. Toe-Tapping Dixieland Jazz, CD/Merrymakers 13 (Ted Shafer's Jelly Roll Jazz Band)
8. Turk Murphy's San Francisco Jazz Band, CD/Merrymakers 3 (Turk Murphy's San Francisco Jazz Band)
9. Remembering Louis, CD/Jump Records 1225 (Marty Grosz, Ken Peplowski, Jon-Erik Kells, and Vince Giordano)
10. The Complete Sessions 1955-1957, CD/Lake 162 (The Dave Carey Jazz Band)


I'm Just Wild About Harry (M: Eubie Blake; L: Noble Sissle) (dropped for the 1980 production; originally used in SHUFFLE ALONG, HARLEM CAVALCADE and SHUFFLE ALONG OF 1952 and subsequently used in HARLEM CAVALCADE):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member and composer recordings.
1. 78/Victor 18791 (Eubie Blake and His Shuffle Along Orchestra) [reissued on Sissle And Blake: Early Rare Recordingss Volume 2, Eubie Blake Music (M) EBM-7] ; also found on Shuffle Along, New World (M) NW-260]
2. 78/Emerson 10396 (Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle) [reissued on Star Spangled Rhythm, CD/Smithsonian RD-111; also Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204] 
3. 78/Variety 552 (Noble Sissle and His Orchestra)
4. Lew Leslie's Blackbirds Of 1928/Shuffle Along, 10”/RCA Victor LPM 3154 (Thelma Carpenter and Avon Long with orchestra conducted by Eubie Blake) [reissued on Blackbirds Of 1928/Shuffle Along, CD/Masterworks Broadway 88697-96188-2]
5. The Eighty-Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake) (original waltz version)
6. The Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle) (part of medley)
7. Eubie Blake And His Friends, Eubie Blake Music 3 (Ivan Harold Browning with Eubie Blake, piano)
8. Live Concert, Stash (S) ST-130 (Eubie Blake)
9. Manhattan Jazz, CD/Musicmasters 5031-2-C (Dick Hyman, piano)
10. 14 Jazz Piano Favorites: Live From Toronto's Cafe Des Copains, CD/Music & Arts 622 (Dick Hyman, piano)
11. Memories Of You, CD/Biograph BCD-112 (Eubie Blake, piano)
12. That's Ragtime, CD/AEI AEI-CD 606 (Eubie Blake, piano) (original tempo)
13. That's Ragtime, CD/AEI AEI-CD 606 (Eubie Blake, piano)
14. Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD 3204 (Noble Sissle and Ruth Williams with Eubie Blake, piano)
15. Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204 (Uncredited QFS Piano Roll)]
16. Sissle & Blake’s Shuffle Along Of 1950, CD/Harbinger HCD-3402 (Noble Sissle and Laverne Hutchinson with Eubie Blake, piano)
17. Sissle & Blake’s Shuffle Along Of 1950, CD/Harbinger HCD-3402 (Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake)


I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling (M: Thomas "Fats" Waller; Harry Link; L: Billy Rose) (originally used in the film APPLAUSE and subsequently used in AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Ain't Misbehavin', RCA Red Seal CBL2 2965 (Nell Carter with Andre DeShields, Armelia McQueen, Ken Page, and Charlaine Woodard with Luther Henderson and Hank Jones, pianos)
2. Dick Hyman Plays Fats Waller, CD/Reference Recordings 33 (Dick Hyman, piano)


Ill Wind (M: Harold Arlen; L: Ted Koehler) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in COTTON CLUB PARADE OF 1934 (24th EDITION)):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Live At The Café Carlyle, Atlantic (S) SD2-609 (Bobby Short; piano and voice, with Beverly Peer, bass, and Richard Sheridan, drums) [reissued as CD/Collectables 771]
2. That Wonderful Adelaide Hall, Monmouth-Evergreen (S) MES-7080 (Adelaide Hall with musical direction by Brian Lemon)
3. Hyman Plays Harold Arlen: Blues in the Night, CD/Musicmasters 5021 (Dick Hyman, piano)
4. I Remember The Bing, Dobre (Herb Jeffries) [reissued on If I Were King/I Remember The Bing, CD/Audiophile ACD-317]
5. Live At The Riverside, CD/JAY CDJAY 8312 (Adelaide Hall)


It Ain't Necessarily So (M: George Gershwin; L: Ira Gershwin) (originally used in PORGY AND BESS):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Porgy And Bess, RCA (S) LSC-2679 (John W. Bubbles and Chorus with orchestra conducted by Skitch Henderson) [reissued as CD/RCA 09026-63312-2]
2. Back On Broadway, Uptown 2703 (John W. Bubbles with Frank Owens, piano)
3. Porgy And Bess, United Artists (S) UAS-5021 (Diahann Carroll with the Andre Previn Trio) [reissued as CD/DRG 8501]


Jump For Joy (M: Duke Ellington; L: Paul Webster) (originally used in JUMP FOR JOY):

1. 78/Victor 27517 (Herb Jeffries with Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra) [also 78/Gramophone B 9314; reissued on Jump For Joy, Smithsonian R-037]
2. 78/V Disc 711 (Herb Jeffries with Eddie Beal and His Group)
3. The Jubilee Shows, Vol. 6: Nos. 19 & 20, CD/Jubilee Shows 5010006 (Herb Jeffries)
4. Jump For Joy, Atlantic (S) SD-1535 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Dick Sheridan, drums, and Beverly Peer, bass) [reissued as CD/Koch Jazz 8595]
For other recordings, see the entry for JUMP FOR JOY.


Legalize My Name (M: Harold Arlen; L: Johnny Mercer) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in ST. LOUIS WOMAN):

1. 78/Columbia 36969 (Pearl Bailey with orchestra directed by Mitchell Ayres) [also 7"/Columbia B-2570; reissued on 16 Most Requested Songs, CD/Columbia/Legacy CK-47082]
2. 78/International M 255-256 (Maxine Sullivan with The Ellis Larkin Trio) [reissued on Ruban Bleu Years: Complete Recordings 1944-1949, CD/Baldwin Street Music 303]
3. St. Louis Woman, 10"/Capitol (M) L-355 (Pearl Bailey with orchestra conducted by Leon Leonardi) [reissued as CD/Angel 64662]
4. Souvenir Album, 10"/Decca (M) DL 5138 (Gertrude Niesen) [reissused on I Wanna Get Married, CD/Vintage Jazz Band 1957]
5. Pearl Bailey Sings For Adults Only, Roulette (S) SR-25016 (Pearl Bailey with orchestra conducted by Louis Bellson) [reissued on For Adults Only/More Songs For Adults Only, CD/EMI Gold 5970572]
6. Banned In Boston, Cameo LP-1002 (Denise Darcel) [reissued on Lizabeth/Banned In Boston, CD/Flare 277]
7. St. Louis Woman, CD/Decca 314 538 148-2 (Yvette Cason with orchestra conducted by Rob Fisher)
8. Believe Me, It's Beverly, Fat Cat's Jazz (S) FCJ 200 (Beverly Cosham accompanied by Bobby Tartaglia, piano, and his Orchestra)
9. Lizabeth, CD/BMG 38193 (Lizabeth Scott)
10. Cool, Cool, Cool Songs Of Johnny Mercer, CD/Leslie Anderson & Ricky Ritzel (Leslie Anderson & Ricky Ritzel)
11. That Old Fashioned Love, CD/Original Cast 5391 (Elaine St. George)
12. We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye, CD/Audiophile Records ACD-128 (Maxine Sullivan)


Liza (M: Maceo Pinkard; L: Vincent) (added for the 1980 production) :

1. 78/Path 020920 (New Synco Jazz Band) [also 78/Perfect 14104]
2. 78/Brunswick 2401 (Carl Fenton's Orchestra)
3. 78/Victor 19055 (Zez Confrey and his orchestra)
4. 78/Vocalion 14554 (Albert E. Short and His Tivoli Syncopaters)


Love For Sale (M/L: Cole Porter) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in THE NEW YORKERS):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Elisabeth Welch, World Record Club (S) SH-233 (Elisabeth Welch with musical direction by Zack Lawrence)
2. Dick Hyman And His Trio, Command 832 (Dick Hyman and His Trio)
3. The Kaleidoscope Keyboard, Command 9732 (Dick Hyman)
4. Elisabeth Welch In Concert, CD/First Night OCRCD6016 (Elisabeth Welch with musical direction by Jonathan Cohen)
5. Live In New York, CD/JAY CDJAY 1309 (Elisabeth Welch with Peter Howard, piano)
6. Cole Porter Centennial Gala, CD/Teldec 75277 (Elisabeth Welch)


Love Will Find A Way (M: Eubie Blake; L: Noble Sissle) (dropped for the 1980 production; originally used in SHUFFLE ALONG and subsequently used in BUBBLING BROWN SUGAR):

1. 78/Path 020655 (The Seven Black Dots)
2. 78/Emerson 10604 (Noble Sissle and His Sizzling Syncopators)
3. 78/Emerson 10396 (Noble Sissle with Eubie Blake, piano) [reissued on Star Spangled Rhythm, CD/Smithsonian Collection RD-111; also Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204]
4. 78/Columbia 38226 (Hazel Scott, piano, with rhythm accompaniment) [reissued on The Chronological Hazel Scott 1946-1947, CD/Classics France 1448]
5. 78/Brunswick 2144 (Selvin's Orchestra)
6. 78/Okeh 4504 (James P. Johnson's Harmony Eight) [reissued on The Chronological James P. Johnson 1921-1928, CD/Classics 658]
7. 78/Regal 9107 (Leonard Graham with Robert Black, piano)
8. 78/Edison 50866 (Harry Raderman's Jazz Orchestra)
9. 78/Vocalion 14218 (Leroy Smith's Dance Orchestra)
10. Songs From Shuffle Along, 45/Victor EPA 482 (Louise Woods and Laurence Watson with orchestra directed by Eubie Blake)
11. Eubie Blake Volume 1: Featuring Ivan Harold Browning, Eubie Blake Music 1 (Ivan Harold Browning with Eubie Blake, piano)
12. Memoirs of Willie "The Lion" Smith, RCA VIC SP6016 (Willie "The Lion" Smith) [reissued as CD/BMG 74321264152]
13. Black Beauty, Sackville 3029 (Doc Cheatham) [reissued on Duets & Solos, CD/Sackville SK2CD-5002]
14. Chelsea Bridge, East Wind 8023 (Al Haig)
15. It's About Time, EFA Records 25211 (Dorf)
16. Josephine Baker Live At Carnegie Hall, Private Disc (S) JB-001 (Josephine Baker) OC
17. The Eighty-Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake)
18. Pork And Beans, CD/Black Lion BLCD-760144 (Willie "The Lion" Smith)
19. Swinging Down In New Orleans, CD/Jazzology 233 (Doc Cheatham)
20. Ophelia Ragtime Orchestra Plays Classic Ragtime & Popular Hits, CD/Odin 40382]
21. Keep A Song In Your Soul, CD/Jazzology 250 (Marty Grosz)
22. Listen To My Music, Vol. 2, CD/Hep 57 (Ted Heath and His Music)
23. Krazy Kapers, CD/Jazzology 339 (Duke Heiger)
24. Creole Belles, CD/Arhoolie 420 (New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra)
25. Memories Of You, CD/Sound Hills 8068 (Eddie Thompson Trio)
26. Memories Of You, CD/Sound Hills 8068 (Eddie Thompson Trio) (alternate take)
27. Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204 ” (Uncredited QFS Piano Roll)]
28. Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204 ” (Uncredited QFS Piano Roll)]
29. Sissle And Blake Sing Shuffle Along, CD/Harbinger HCD3204 (Noble Sissle with Eubie Blake, piano)
30. Black Manhattan, Volume 2, CD/New World Records 80731-2 (Paragon Ragtime Orchestra directed by Rick Benjamin)


Memories Of You (M: Eubie Blake; L: Andy Razaf) (originally used in BLACKBIRDS OF 1930):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. The Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Eubie Blake)
2. Live Concert, Eubie Blake Music EBM 5 (Eubie Blake, piano)
3. Live Concert, Stash (S) ST-130 (Eublie Blake, piano)
4. Jazz Piano Masters, CD/Chiaroscuro 170 (Eubie Blake, piano)
5. Tricky Fingers, CD/Quicksilver 9003 (Eubie Blake, piano)
6. Reunion In Ragtime, CD/Hapi Skratch Records 75021 (Eubie Blake, piano)
7. Memories Of You, CD/Biograph BCD-112 (Eubie Blake, piano roll)
8. That's Ragtime, CD/AEI Green Room AEI-CD 606 (Eubie Blake, piano)
9. Melinda And Melinda, CD/Milan 36106 (Dick Hyman, piano) (part of medley)
10. Live At The Riverside, CD/JAY CDJAY 8312 (Adelaide Hall)
11. Piano, CD/Surroundedby Entertainment 1003 (Bobby Short)


Old Fashioned Love (part of overture) (M/L: Cecil Mack; James P. Johnson) (originally used in RUNNIN' WILD):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Victor 19253 (Noble Sissle with Eubie Blake, piano) [reissued on Memories Of Old Broadway, CD/Take Two TT510CD]
2. The Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Eubie Blake)
3. Charleston: The Songs That Made The Twenties Roar, Columbia (S) M 33706 (orchestra conducted by Dick Hyman) (part of medley) [reissued on Jelly & James, CD/Sony MDK-52552]
4. That Wonderful Adelaide Hall, Monmouth-Evergreen (S) MES-7080 (Adelaide Hall with musical direction by Brian Lemon)
5. Live At The Riverside, CD/JAY CDJAY 8312 (Adelaide Hall)


Perdido (M: Juan Tizol; L: Hans Lengsfelder; Ervin Drake) (added for the 1980 production):

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


Posin' (M: Saul Chaplin; L: Sammy Cahn) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in GRAND TERRACE REVUE OF 1937 and subsequently used in COTTON CLUB PARADE (1938) (4th Ed.):

1. 78/Vocalion 3727 (Chuck Richards and Horace Henderson with Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra 1937-1938, CD/Classics 519]
2. 78/Decca 1355 A (Willie Smith and Chorus with Jimmy Lunceford and His Orchestra) [also 78/Decca 3514; reissued on The Chronological Jimmy Lunceford And His Orchestra, CD/Classics 520]
3. 78/Brunswick 7928 (Mildred Bailey with Red Norvo and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Complete Columbia Recordings of Mildred Bailey, CD/Mosaic 204]
4. 78/Bluebird B 7023 (Jimmy Ray with Ken Drake and His orchestra)
5. 78/Victor 25605 (Edythe Wright and Chorus with Tommy Dorsey and His Clambake Seven) [reissued on The Chronological Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra 1937, Vol. 2, CD/Classics 995]
6. 78/Vocalion 03869 (Kitty Gray and Her Wampus Cats) [reissued on Texas Piano, Vol. 2: 1927-1938, CD/Document 5225]
7. Swing And Sway With Sammy Kaye, 45/Coronet KS-182 (Sammy Kaye Orchestra with the Kaydets)
8. Johnny Guitar Watson, King P-857 (Johnny Guitar Watson) [reissued on The Very Best of Johnny "Guitar" Watson: Gangster of Love, CD/Collectables 2894]
9. Dancing At The Hop, Epic (S) BN-3727 (Bobby Vinton and His Orchestra)
10. The Complete Rhythm Makers Sessions 1937-1938, Vol. 2, CD/Flyright 2192 (Artie Shaw and His Orchestra)
11. Ben Webster, CD/Membran 221987 (Ben Webster)
12. Sailboat In The Moonlight, CD/Membran 223733 (unknown performer)


She's Tall, She's Tan, She's Terrific (M: J. Fred Cots; L: Benny Davis) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in COTTON CLUB PARADE (1937), THIRD EDITION):

1. 78/Vocalion 3789 (Cab Calloway, vocal, with Cab Calloway and His Orchestra) [also 78/Variety VA 643; 78/Variety VA 651; reissued on The Chronological Cab Calloway And His Orchestra 1937-1938, CD/Classics 568]
2. 78/Victor 25671 (Fats Waller, piano and voice, with Fats Waller and His Rhythm) [reissued on The Middle Years, Part 1 (1936-1938), CD/Bluebird/RCA 66083-2]
3. 78/Decca 1489 A (Bob Howard, vocal, with Bob Howard and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Bob Howard and His Orchestra 1937-1947, CD/Classics 1055]
4. 78/Bluebird B 7180 (Bob Goday with Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra)
5. Bing Crosby on Radio in the Thirties (1937-1938), CD/The Radio Years 18 (Bing Crosby)
6. Cotton Club Revue Of 1958, Gone (M) GLP-101 (Cab Calloway with The Tunedrops conducted by Eddie Barefield)
7. That Old Feeling, CD/Soundsrite Music 013 (Harry Roy and His Orchestra)


Silver Rose (M/L: George W. Meyer) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in the London production of BLACKBIRDS (1926)):

1. 78/HMV C-2628 (Elisabeth Welch) (part of medley) [reissued on Miss Elisabeth Welch 1933-1940, World Records (M) SH-328]
2. 78/Columbia 4185 (The Plantation Orchestra) [reissued on Johnny Dunn, Volume 2 (1922-1928), CD/Document 1523]
3. Live In New York, CD/JAY CDJAY 1309 (Elisabeth Welch with Peter Howard, piano)


Solomon (M/L: Cole Porter) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in NYMPH ERRANT):

1. 78/Victor 25226 (Elisabeth Welch with Ray Noble and The New Mayfair Dance Orchestra) [also 78/HMV B-8031; reissued on The Ultimate Cole Porter Vol. 1, CD/Pearl GEM 0111]
2. Elisabeth Welch, World Record Club (S) SH-233 (Elisabeth Welch with musical direction by Zack Lawrence)
3. Cole Porter Revisisted, Vol. 1, Recording Industries 3002 (Bibi Osterwald with musical direction by Norman Paris) [reissued as CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-121]
4. Elisabeth Welch In Concert, CD/First Night OCRCD6016 (Elisabeth Welch with musical direction by Jonathan Cohen)
5. Live In New York, CD/JAY CDJAY 1309 (Elisabeth Welch with Peter Howard, piano)
6. Nymph Errant, CD/EMI Angel 54079 (Elisabeth Welch with orchestra conducted by Don Pippin)
7. Alone, CD/Bix (Sid Eden) Live In London, CD/Harkit Records 8063 (Annie Ross)
8. It's De-Lovely!: The Music Of Cole Porter, CD/Pierian 0026 (Frank Milne, piano)


Stormy Weather (M: Harold Arlen; L: Ted Koehler) (originally used in COTTON CLUB PARADE OF 1933):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Tono K 6002 (Adelaide Hall with the Kai Ewans Orkester) [also 78/Tono T 1213]
2. Elisabeth Welch, World Record Club (S) SH-233 (Elisabeth Welch with musical direction by Zack Lawrence)
3. Hyman Plays Harold Arlen: Blues in the Night, CD/Musicmasters 5021 (Dick Hyman, piano)
4. In With The Old!, That's Entertainment 1122 (Elisabeth Welch with and the BBC Radio Big Band conducted by Gordon Langford) [reissued on The Ultimate Elisabeth Welch, CD/Koch International 313752]
5. Diahann Carroll At The Persian Room, United Artists (S) UAS-6080 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz) (part of medley) [reissued on The Magic Of Diahann Carroll, CD/DRG 91488]


Supper Time (M/L: Irving Berlin) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in AS THOUSANDS CHEER):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. The Irving Berlin Songbook, CD/TER CDVIR 8305 (Elisabeth Welch with musical direction by Gordon Langford)
2. Face The Music: A Century Of Irving Berlin, CD/Musicmasters 5002 (Dick Hyman, piano)
3. A Tribute To Ethel Waters, Orinda (S) ORC-400 (Diahann Carroll with the Duke Ellington Orchestra) [reissued as CD/Bainbridge 6101]


Sweet Georgia Brown (M/L: Maceo Pinkard; Ben Bernie; Kenneth Casey):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. At Chung's Chinese Restaurant, CD/Musical Heritage Society 51217 (Dick Hyman, piano)
2. They Got Rhythm, CD/Reference Recordings 635 (Dick Hyman and Derek Smith, pianos)
3. A Tribute To Ethel Waters, Orinda (S) ORC-400 (Diahann Carroll with the Duke Ellington Orchestra) [reissued as CD/Bainbridge 6101]
4. Harlem Comes To London, CD/DRG 8444 (Buck (Fort Lee Washington) and John W. Bubbles)


Taking A Chance On Love (M: Vernon Duke; L: John Latouche; Ted Fetter) (originally used in CABIN IN THE SKY):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Vernon Duke: A Piano Portrait, Classic Editions (M) CE 4002 (Dick Hyman, piano) [reissued on Autumn In New York: Dick Hyman Plays The Music Of Vernon Duke, CD/Inner City]
2. Diahann Carroll At The Persian Room, United Artists (S) UAS-6080 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz) (part of medley) [reissued on The Magic Of Diahann Carroll, CD/DRG 91488]


Tan Manhattan (M: Eubie Blake; L: Andy Razaf) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in TAN MANHATTAN):

1. Guess Who's In Town: Bobby Short Performs The Songs Of Andy Razaf, Atlantic 81778-1 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with orchestra conducted by Phil Moore) [reissued as CD/Atlantic 7 81778-2]


There's A Boat That's Leavin' Soon For New York (M: George Gershwin; L: Ira Gershwin) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in PORGY AND BESS):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Bubbles: John W. That Is, Vee-Jay 1109 (John W. Bubbles) [reissued as CD/Vee-Jay VJ-025]
2. Porgy And Bess, RCA (S) LSC-2679 (John W. Bubbles and Chorus with orchestra conducted by Skitch Henderson) [reissued as CD/RCA 09026-63312-2]
3. Porgy And Bess, United Artists (S) UAS-5021 (Diahann Carroll with the Andre Previn Trio) [reissued as CD/DRG 8501]
4. Bobby Short Is K-RA-ZY For Gershwin, Atlantic (S) SD 2-608 (Bobby Short, piano, with Beverly Peer, bass, and Richard Sheridan, drums) (part of medley) [reissued as CD/Atlantic 608-2]


Truckin' (M: Rube Bloom; L: Ted Koehler) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in COTTON CLUB PARADE (1935) (26th EDITION):

1. On The East Side, Atlantic (S) SD-1321 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Ismael Ugarte, bass, and Johnny Cresci, drums) [reissued on On The East Side/Moments Like This, CD/Collectables COL-CD-7655]
2. Just You, Just Me, CD/Sackville 2054 (Dick Hyman and Ralph Sutton, pianos)
3. Genius At Play, CD/ Audiophile ACD-120 (Dick Hyman, piano)
4. Just You, Just Me, CD/Sackville 2054 (Dick Hyman and Ralph Sutton)
5. A Centenary Celebration, CD/Avid 720 (Adelaide Hall)
6. A Centenary Celebration, CD/Avid 720 (Adelaide Hall) (part of medley)
7. Crooning Blackbird, CD/Jazz Archives 157882 (Adelaide Hall)
For other recordings, see the entry for COTTON CLUB PARADE (1935) (26th EDITION).


Under The Bamboo Tree (M/L: Bob Cole; J. Rosamond Johnson; James Weldon Johnson) (originally used in SALLY IN OUR ALLEY):

1. 78/Jazz Man 27 (Bud Scott with Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band) [also 78/Crescent 7; reissued on The Chronological Kid Ory 1922-1945, CD/Classics 1069]
2. 78/Decca 3941 (Dick Kuhn and His Orchestra with vocal trio) [also 78/Odeon 286099 A]
3. 78/Victor 45125 (Marie Cahill with male chorus and orchestra conducted by Joseph Pasternack) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 1: 1890-1908, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9050-2]
4. The Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake, Columbia (S) C2S-847 (Eubie Blake)
5. Down In Jungle Town, MGM (S) SE-4405 (The Yum Yum Kids and the MGM Territorial Orchestra)
6. Meet Me In St. Louis, CD/Rhino/WEA 71958 (Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien with the M-G-M Orchestra conducted by George Stoll)
7. It Looks Like A Big Time Tonight, CD/Jazz Crusade 3010 (Sarah Bissonette)
8. Gala: Classics From A Romantic Era, CD/Unknown label (Carol Koenig)
9. Minnelli On Minnelli, CD/Angel Records 24905 (Liza Minnelli)
10. After The Ball, CD/Elektra/Nonesuch 79148-2 (Joan Morris with William Bolcom, piano)
11. Black Manhattan, CD New World Records 80611 (Paragon Ragtime Orchestra conducted by Rick Benjamin)
12. Nothing Blues, CD/Lake 112 (Savannah Jazz Band)
13. Bourbon Street Memories, CD/GHB Records 350 (Hal Smith & The Creole Sunshine Jazz Band)
14. Full Steam Ahead And Loaded Up!, CD/Stomp Off 1267 (St. Louis Ragtimers)
15. Bird In A Gilded Cage, CD/Orchard 4142 (Molly Watson)
16. Crinoline Days, CD/Stomp Off 1400 (Dan Levinson)
17. Spread A Little Happiness, CD/Audiophile Records ACD-249 (Ian Whitcomb and His Bungalow Boys)
18. Dixieland - The Album, CD/Planet Records 6540 (unknown performer)
19. Hello My Baby, CD/Compose Records 9638 ("Miss" Dorothy's Roaring 20's Band with Jimmy Smith)
20. The Best of Honky Tonk & The Roaring Twenties, CD/Peter Pan 9010 (The Willie Tyler Band)
21. Movin' On, CD/Avid 4314 (The Pete Allen Jazz Band)
22. Through Darkest Ashman, CD/Lake 86 (Micky Ashman and His Ragtime Jazz Band)
23. New Orleans Symphony, CD/Timeless 610 (Chris Barber Jazz Band)
24. Blue Towne, CD/Lake 197 (Richard Bennett's New Orleans Jazz Band)
25. The Fairy Lady, CD/Tanager 2 (Matt Bryan)
26. 100 Years Ago: Hits From The Turn Of The Century, CD/Cinematic Creations (unknown performer)
27. Coyler Plays Standards, CD/Lake 144 (Ken Coyler's Jazzmen)
28. Lonesome Road 1957-58, CD/Lake 267 (Ken Coyler's Jazzmen)
29. It's Been A Long, Long Time, CD/Jasmine Records 649 (The DeMarco Sisters)
30. Rags And Riches, CD/Newport Classic 60059 (David Dusling Singers)
31. Dixieland Forever, CD/Bell 89025 (unknown performer)
32. Freedom's Front Door: Music Of The Ellis Island Era 1900-1930, CD/Soundies (unknown performer)
33. The Treasury Of Barbershop Quartets, CD/Soundies (unknown performer)
Radio transcriptions performed by Irving Kaufman and the Music Hall Varieties Orchestra and by The Knickerbocker Four are also known to exist.


When Lights Are Low (M/L: Spencer Williams; Benny Carter) (used as entrance music; added for the 1980 production):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. 78/Vocalion 16 (Elisabeth Welch with Benny Carter and His Swing Quartet) [reissued on Harlem In My Heart, CD/ASV/Living Era 5376]
2. Elisabeth Welch, World Record Club (S) SH-233 (Elisabeth Welch with musical direction by Zack Lawrence)
3. Swing Is Here, CD/ Reference Recordings 72 (Dick Hyman)


Yankee Doodle Blues (M: George Gershwin; L: Irving Caesar; B.G. DeSylva) (dropped for the 1980 production; originally used in SPICE OF 1922):

1. 78/Path 020824 (Don Perker's Western Melody Boys)
2. 78/Puritan 11163 (Majestic Dance Orchestra) [also 78/Regal 9368; 78/Triangle 11163]
3. 78/Puritan 11164 (Earl Randolph Orchestra) [also 78/Paramount 20164]
4. 78/Muse 276 (Arthur Fields)
5. 78/Gennett 4995 (Ladd's Black Aces) [reissued on The Complete Ladd's Black Aces 1921-24, CD/Timeless 77]
6. 78/Decca F. 8147 (Sid Phillips' Quintet)
7. 78/Cameo 258 (Jazz-Bo's Carolina Serenaders) [reissued on Anthology Of Jazz Drumming, Vol. 1: 1904-1928, CD/Masters of Jazz 804]
8. 78/Brunswick 2286 (Isham Jones Orchestra)
9. 78/Columbia A 3668 (Van and Schenck with orchestra) [reissued on From Gershwin's Time: 1920-1945, CD/Sony 60648]
10. 78/Banner 1106 (Ray Collins' Orchestra)
11. 78/Victor 18959 (Billy Murray and Ed Smalle with orchestra)
12. 78/Victor 18913 (The Virginians directed by Ross Gorman) [reissued on Paul Whiteman's Gershwin, CD/North American Class 4002]
13. 78/Vocalion 14432 (Yerkes' S. S. Flotilla Orchestra)
14. 78/Regal 9385 (Billy Clarke and Bert Green with orchestra)
15. And Then I Wrote, Coral (S) CRL 57083 (Irving Caesar with piano accompaniment)
16. The Devil's Music, CD/Indigo IGOTCD-2537 (Edith Wilson)
17. Blue Roses Of Far And Near, CD/Stomp Off 1361 (Dan Levinson)
18. Edison Diamond Disc Fox Trots, CD/Diamond Cut (City Hall) 307 (Broadway Dance Orchestra)
19. Lift A Leg, CD/Unknown label (Dog Mountain)
20. Collection, Vol. 1: 1922-1923, CD/Collector's Classics 16 (The Original Memphis Five)
21. At Home, CD/Earwig 4918 (Little Brother Montgomer)
22. Let's Do It: Bolcom & Morris At Aspen, CD/Omega Music OCD-3004 (Joan Morris with William Bolcom, piano)
23. The Original Piano Trio Plays Nostalgia 20's Style, CD/Klavier Records 77027 (The Original Piano Trio)
24. Meat Cuttin' Blues, CD/GHB Records 486 (Rent Party Revellers) (not verified)
25. Masters Of Classic Jazz: The Piano, CD/Soundies 4123 (Mary Lou Williams)
26. Jazz Piano Masters, CD/History 205321 (Mary Lou Williams)
A radio transcription performed by the Master Singers is also known to exist.


You're Lucky To Me (M: Eubie Blake; L: Andy Razaf) (added for the 1980 production; originally used in BLACKBIRDS OF 1930):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this number beyond original cast member recordings.
1. Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz, CD/Jazz Alliance 12006 (Eubie Blake, piano)
2. Tricky Fingers, CD/Quicksilver 9003 (Eubie Blake, piano)
3. Manhattan Jazz, CD/Musicmasters 5031-2-C (Dick Hyman, piano, and Ruby Braff, cornet)
4. Ruby Braff And Dick Hyman Play Nice Tunes, CD/Arbors 19141 (Ruby Braff, cornet, and Dick Hyman, piano)


Unrecorded Material:

Love Me Baby Mine (by Bob Cole; J. Rosamond Johnson) (dropped for the 1980 production; originally used in THE RED MOON)
The Pathway Of Love (by Bob Cole; J. Rosamond Johnson) (dropped for the 1980 production; originally used in THE RED MOON)
The Unbeliever (M/L: Chris Smith; Frederick Bryan; Bert Williams)
Who (added for the 1980 production)
(Oh Say,) Wouldn't It Be A Dream (M/L: Earl Jones; Joe Jordan)