Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: August 1, 1932, Ambassador Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 10

Come To The Fair (M/L: Easthope Martin; Helen Taylor):

1. 78/Brunswick 8232 (Ella Logan with Perry Botkin and His Orchestra) [reissued on Swingin' Scots Lassie, CD/Retrieval Recordings 79021]
2. 78/Brunswick 8416 (The Skylarks with Enric Madriguera and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Columbia DB 2064 (Henry Wendon with Gerald Moore, piano)
4. 78/Edison 80859 (Helen Davis with orchestra)
5. 78/V Disc 623 (Carol Brice)
6. Come To The Fair, CD/EMI 47080 (Kiri Te Kanawa)
7. Once Upon A Time, CD/Sepia 1103 (Julie Andrews)
8. There's A Song In The Air, CD/Avid AMSC 922 (Monte Rey)
A radio transcription performed by Richard Bonelli with Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra is also known to exist.

If It Ain't Love (M/L: Andy Razaf; Don Redman; Thomas "Fats" Waller):

1. 78/Brunswick A 9262 (The Boswell Sisters with the Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra) [also 78/Brunswick 6302 N; reissued on Brunswick, Vol. 1, CD/Collectables 6461]
2. 78/Brunswick 6270 (Dusty Rhodes with the Isham Jones' Orchestra)
3. 78/Okeh 41571 (Charles Linton with Chick Webb & His Orchestra) [also 78/Vocalion 3100; reissued on The Chronological Chick Webb & His Orchestra, CD/Classics 502]
4. 78/Victor 24011 (Leo Reisman and His Orchestra)
5. Boss Of The Bass, Columbia CG 33557 (John Kirby with the Chick Webb Orchestra)
6. Lulu's Back In Town: Fats Waller And His Rhythm 1934-1935, CD/Giants of Jazz Recordings CD 53264 (Fats Waller and His Rhythm)
7. Recorded In Hollywood 1933, CD/Jazz Oracle 8054 (Eddie South)
8. Black Coffee, CD/Memphis Records DOT 0225 (Ann Savoy & Her Sleepless Knights)
9. Plain Old Me, CD/Warped Records 6450 (Wayne Powers & His Hoi Polloi) (unverified)
10. Fred Sokolow Plays & Sings Fats Waller, CD/GFS (Fred Sokolow)
11. Puttin' It On, CD/Mambo Goddess (The Pfister Sisters)
12. Marty Grosz And His Hot Combination, CD/Arbors ARCD 19319 (Marty Grosz and His Hot Combination)
13. The Town Hall Concerts, Vol. 2, CD/Jazzology 1003 (Eddie Condon)
14. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 (1937-39), CD/Document 5434 (Ollie Shepard) (unverified)
15. Concentratin' On Fats, CD/Jazzology 299 (Rebecca Kilgore with Hal Smith's Rhythmakers)
16. Gene Kardos & Joel Shaw, Vol. 2, CD/The Old Masters 127 (Gene Kardos & Joel Shaw)
17. American Songbook Series: Fats Waller & Andy Razaf, CD/Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 4821 (Dick Haymes)

Lullaby Of The Leaves (M: Bernice Petkere; L: Joe Young):

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

My Mom (M/L: Walter Donaldson):

1. 78/Decca 3738 (Woody Herman, vocal, with Woody Herman and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Victor 20-4037 (Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra) [reissued on Early Years, CD/Vocalion 3026]
3. 78/X X 0015 (Al Morgan with orchestra conducted by Bill Walker)
4. The Playground, CD/Sony 69549 (Tony Bennett)
5. On With The Dance, CD/Empress Music RAJCD 891 (Roy Smeck and His Hawaiian Serenaders)
6. The Complete Hit Of The Week Recordings, Vol. 4, CD/Archeophone ARCH 3005 (Morton Downey) (unverified)

My Silent Love (M: Dana Suesse; L: Edward Heyman):

1. Click here for recordings of "My Silent Love."

Sleep Baby Sleep (M/L: Johnny Tucker; Joe Schuster):

1. 78/Cameo 9018 (The Varsity Eight)
2. 78/Brunswick 4074 (Ed Smalle with the Arrowhead Inn Orchestra)
3. 78/Victor 21786 (Edwin McEnelly's Orchestra)

(Lovin You) The Way I Do (M: Eubie Blake; L: Will Morrissey; Jack Scholl) (originally used in HOT RHYTHM):

1. 78/Columbia 2333 D (Lee Morse and her Blue Grass Boys)
2. 78/Columbia 2309 D (The Charleston Chasers) [also 78/Columbia CB 205]
3. 78/Perfect 15364 (Irving Kaufman with Cliff Roberts' Dance Orchestra)
4. 78/Broadway 1406 (Irving Kaufman with the Checker Box Boys)
5. 78/Crown 3007 (Adrian Schubert and His Orchestra with vocal chorus)
6. 78/Velvet Tone 2218 V (Bill Coty with Hotel Pennsylvania Music) [also 78/Harmony 1218]
7. 78/Brunswick 4919 (Jacques Renard and His Orchestra with vocal chorus)
8. 78/Victor 22568 (Biltmore Rhythm Boys with Bert Lown and His Hotel Biltmore Orchestra)

You're My Everything (M: Harry Warren; L: Mort Dixon; Joe Young) (originally used in THE LAUGH PARADE):

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

Other Material:

Another Love Affair
Die Walkuere (Entrance Of Todsen) (M: Richard Wagner)
End Of Act IV from CARMEN (M: Charles Bizet)
Foreward March (dance)
Il Travatore (M: Giuseppe Verdi)
The Irish Rag
My Hideaway
O.K. America
Oceans Of Love
Prologue from I PAGLIACCI (M: Ruggero Leoncavallo)
Skit Skat
Song Of The Vagabonds (M: Rudolf Friml; L: Brian Hooker) (originally used in THE VAGABOND KING)
Stuck Op. 79 (M: Weber)
That New Gang Of Mine