Composer: Unknown
Lyricists: Unknown

Opened: 1928, Manhattan Opera House, N.Y.C.
Performances: Unknown

Broken Blossoms (M/L: King; McDonald):

1. 78/Gennett 4547 A (Sam Ash with orchestral accompaniment)
2. 78/Columbia A 2793 (Charles Harrison with orchestral accompaniment)

Grieving For You (M/L: Joe Gibson; Joe Ribaud; Joey Gold) (originally used in THE MIDNIGHT ROUNDERS OF 1920):

1. 78/Columbia 38383 (Rosemary Clooney with Tony Pastor and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Uncollected Tony Pastor, CD/Collectables 7435]
2. 78/Paramount 20036 (The Vernon Trio)
3. 78/Columbia A 3345 (The Happy Six)
4. 78/Columbia A 3353 (Marion Harris with orchestra)
5. 78/Arto 9024 (Moulin Rouge Orchestra) [also 78/Bell 9024]
6. 78/Edison 50723 (Lenzbreg's Riverside Orchestra)
7. 78/Okeh 4212 (Anin's Roseland Orchestra)
8. 78/Victor 35703 (Paul Whiteman and His Ambassador Orchestra)
9. Rosie Swings Softly, CD/Verve 2655 (Rosemary Clooney)
10. Kickin' The Clouds Away: Gershwin At The Piano, CD/Klavier Records 77031 (George Gershwin, piano)
11. Hot Hylton 1926-1930, CD/Challenge Records RTR 79024 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra)
A radio transcription performed by the Swingtones with the Jumpin' Jacks is also known to exist.

I Used To Love You, But It's All Over Now (M: Albert Von Tilzer; L: Lew Brown):

1. 78/ Bluebird B 10369 (Fats Waller, piano and voice, with Fats Waller & His Rhythm) [also 78/Regal Zonophone G 24274; 78/Victor 20-2219; reissued on A Good Man Is Hard To Find: The Middle Years, Part 2, CD/Bluebird RCA 66552]
2. 78/Columbia A 3388 (Frank Crummit with orchestra)
3. 78/Decca 3559 (Dick Roberston, vocal, with Dick Robertson And His Orchestra)
4. 78/Decca 2056 (Bob Howard, vocal, with Bob Howard and His Boys) [reissued on The Chronological Bow Howard And His Orchestra 1937-1947, CD/Classics 1055]
5. 78/Decca 4106 A/B (Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra) [also 78/Decca F. 8163; reissued on Ella And Louis, CD/Wesgram KBOX 359]
6. 78/Decca 27700 (The Andrews Sisters with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [also 45/Decca 9-27700; reissued on Rum & Coca Cola, CD/BMG FF16812] "
7. 78/Bluebird B 10930 (The Four King Sisters)
8. 78/Capitol 57-641 (Nat King Cole, vocal, with Nat "King" Cole and His Trio) [reissued on The Chronological Nat "King" Cole 1949, CD/Classics 1196]
9. 78/Bluebird B 11270 (Ruth Gaylor with Teddy Powell and His Orchestra)
10. 78/Okeh 4256 (Nick Orlando's Orchestra)
11. 78/Okeh 5276 (Joe Thomas with Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra) [also 78/Vocalion 5276; reissued on For Dancers Only, CD/GRP AAGRD645]
12. 78/Commodore 606 (George Brunis and His Jazz Band)
13. 78/Vocalion 4583 (Chick Bullock, vocal, with Chick Bullock and His Levee Loungers)
14. 78/Vocalion 5101 (The Mel-O-Fellows)
15. 78/Musicraft 15042 (Phil Brito with Paul Lavale and His Orchestra)
16. 78/ARA 4513 (George Jessel with orchestra)
17. 78/Regal 913 (Donald Baker and orchestra)
18. Piano Moods, CBS Records 6140 (Ralph Sutton, piano)
19. Song Hits Of 1920, Vocalion VL 73632 (Nat Brandwynne Orchestra)
20. The Best Songs Are The Old Songs, CAS/MCA MCAC-89 (Guy Lombardo)
21. Swingin' With Pee Wee, CD/Milestone Records 24213 (Pee Wee Russell)
22. Portrait Of Pee Wee, CD/DCC Compact Classics 611 (Pee Wee Russell)
23. In Love, CD/Roulette CDP 7972732 (Dinah Washington)
24. Reminischin' With Wig, CD/Motif Records +504 (Gerald Wiggins)
25. You're Nearer, CD/Baldwin Street Music 203 (Nancy Harrow)
26. At Sundown, CD/Calligraph Records CLG 027 (Acker Bilk and Humphrey Lyttelton)
27. The Uncollected Charlie Spivak & His Orchestra, CD/Hindsight HCD 105 (Charlie Spivak & His Orchestra)
28. One Never Knows, Do One?: A Tribute To Fats Waller & His Music, CD/Jazz Crusade 3047 (Geoff Cole)
29. Legendary Radio Broadcasts, CD/Storyville 1038411 (Benny Carter and His Orchestra) }
30. The King Family Show!/The King Family Album, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 2072 (Four King Sisters with the Alvino Rey Orchestra conducted by Ralph Carmichael)
31. Paradise Wobble, CD/Coeur De Jeanette 2 (Janet Klein and Her Parlor Boys)
32. Gay Love, CD/Garret Mountain Records CDP ES0804 (Alec Deland with musical direction by Richard Danley)
Radio transcriptions performed by the Music Hall Varieties conducted by "Prof" Patrick Ciricillo, The Four Belles, Dolly Mitchell with the Delta Eight conducted by Jimmy Lytell, the Knickerbocker Four, and Bob Grant's Orchestra are also known to exist.

I Want A Daddy (Who Will Rock Me To Sleep) (M: A. Baldwin Sloan; L: Johny Murray Anderson; Philip Bartholomae) (originally used in THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES (1919)):

1. 78/Edison 50608 (Tuxedo Dance Orchestra)
2. 78/Emerson 1067 (Emerson Military Band) [also 78/Emerson 502]
3. 78/Victor 18626 (All Star Trio)
4. 78/Columbia A 2840 (Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra conducted by Joseph Knecht)

Just Like A Gypsy (M/L: Seymour B. Simmons; Nora Bayes; Rose) (originally used in LADIES FIRST):

1. 78/Columbia A 6138 (Nora Bayes with orchestra) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage 1890-1920, Vol. 4: 1917-1920, CD/Pearl Flapper 9059-2]
2. 78/Victor 18696 (Sterling Trio with orchestra)
3. 78/Victor 35701 (Paul Whiteman and His Ambassador Orchestra)
4. 78/Liberty Music Shop L 272 (Emile Petti and His Savoy-Plaza Orchestra) Orchestra)
5. Song Hits Of 1919, Vocalion VL 73631 (Ted Straeter's Orchestra)
6. The Chronological Maxine Sullivan 1941-1946, CD/Classics 1020 (Maxine Sullivan with John Kirby and His Orchestra)
7. The 1950s: "Swinging Miss Loch Lomond 1952-1959," CD/Baldwin Street Music BJH 314 (Maxine Sullivan with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra)
8. Complete Capitol Small Group Transcriptions, CD/Jazz Factory JFCD 22822 (Peggy Lee)

Margie (M/L: Benny Davis; Con Conrad; J. Russel Robinson):

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

Unrecorded Material:

Bathing Girl
I Miss My Mammy's Kissin'
Jiggs And His Pipe
Kewpie Dolly
Opening Chorus
The Orient