Composer: Various
Lyricist: Rowland Leigh

Opened: September 4, 1930, Cambridge Theatre, London
Performances: Unknown


1. 78/HMV C2049 (New Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Ray Noble)

I Fell For You (M: William Walker):

1. 78/HMV C2049 (New Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Ray Noble)
2. 78/HMV B3637 (Patrick Waddington with Peggy Cochrane and William Walker, pianos)

Japanese Mama:

1. 78/HMV C2049 (New Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Ray Noble)

Lullaby (M: Richard Rodgers; L: Lorenz Hart) (originally used in SHE'S MY BABY as "A Baby's Best Friend" and subsequently used in PLEASE!):

For recordings of "A Baby's Best Friend," see:

1. 78/Victor 25165 (Beatrice Lillie with Edward Cooper, piano) [also 78/HMV B-8362; reissued on The Ultimate Rodgers & Hart Volume I, CD/Pearl GEM 0110]
2. Rodgers And Hart Revisited Vol. II" Crewe (S) CD-1343 (Bibi Osterwald with musical direction by Norman Paris) [reissued as CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-139]

Manhattan Serenade (M: Louis Alter; L: Harold Adamson):

1. 78/Gramophone B.D. 1043 (Dinah Shore with orchestra conducted by Paul Wetstein) [also 78/Victor 20-1519; reissued on The Dinah Shore Collection: Columbia And RCA Recordings 1942-1948, CD/Vocalion 2CDUS 3003]
2. 78/M-G-M 10006 (Raymond Scott and His Orchestra)
3. 78/USCO 117 (Imogene Lynn with Ray McKinley and His Orchestra) [also 78/Capitol 117; reissued on Mosaic Select: Freddie Slack, CD/Mosaic Select 18]
4. 78/M-G-M 11770 (Joe Lipman and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Decca 18467 (Bob Eberle with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [also 78/Decca 10057 A]
6. 78/Decca 336 (Fray and Braggiotti, pianos)
7. 78/Decca 29058 (Paul Whiteman and His Concert Orchestra)
8. 78/Bluebird B 11584 (Joe Martin with Jan Savitt and His Orchestra)
9. 78/Columbia 36644 (Helen Forrest with Harry James and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Harry James And His Orchestra 1942, CD/Classics 1178]
10. 78/Hit 7016 (Bob Matthews with Sam Donahue and His Orchestra)
11. 78/Victor 27962 (Jo Stafford with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Best Of Jo Stafford, CD/ EMI-Capitol Special Markets 39690]
12. 78/Victor 35914 (Victor Salon Orchestra directed by Nathaniel Shilkret) [reissued on Skyscrapers: Symphonic Jazz, CD/Naxos Jazz Legends 120644]
13. 45/Command RS 45-4007 (Enoch Light Orchestra)
14. 45/Columbia JZSP 77216 (Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra) [also 45/Columbia A 574; reissued on The Kostelanetz Touch, CD/ASV/Living Era 5422]
15. 45/ Doubleday EV 57703 (Easy Aces)
16. Memories Of The Roaring Twenties, Longines Symphonette Society (S) SYS 5100/5104 (Ragtime Rascals)
17. Love Songs, Atlantic SD 8172 (Earl Coleman)
18. The Wide, Wide World Of Jazz, Part 2, RCA Victor LPM-1325 (Helen Ward with Peanuts Hucko's Swing Band)
19. The Golden Age Of Television Vol. 5: Americana, CD/The Liberace Foundation (Liberace)
20. V-Disc Recordings, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 6656 (Jo Stafford)
21. Trumpet Time, CD/Vocalion 1945 (Harry James and His Orchestra)
22. Hotel Astor Roof, 1942, CD/Storyville 2067 (Harry James and His Orchestra)
23. 1942-1943 Broadcasts With Helen Forrest, CD/Soundcraft 5015 (Helen Forrest with Harry James and His Orchestra)
24. Revelations: 1940-1978, CD/Tantara Records T4CD 1116 (Stan Kenton)
25. Music For The Starlight Hours, CD/Reader's Digest Music 105 (London Promenade Orchestra)
26. Mosaic Select: Freddie Slack, CD/Mosaic Select 18 (Freddie Slakc)
27. Sophisticated Innocence: American Novelty Piano Solos, CD/Town Hall 35 (Lincoln Mayorga)
28. New York State Of Mind, CD/Challenge Records CR73293 (Harry Allen)
29. Coast To Coast, CD/ London 820355-2 (Ted Heath)
30. Blues-ette, Pt. 2, CD/Sony/Columbia 53480 (Curtis Fuller Quintet)
31. Welcome To New York, CD/Arbors Jazz ARCD 19406 (Ehud Asherie)
32. Mantovani/Manhattan, CD/London 820 475 (Mantovani Orchestra)
33. Music Maestro Please, CD/Dutton Vocalion 6015 (Billy Cotton and His Band)
34. Complete Associated Transcriptions, Vol. 2, CD/Storyville JUC2052 (John Kirby Sextet)
35. The Golden Age Of Light Music: 1950s, Vol. 4 - Cornflakes, CD/Guild Light Music 5130 (Werner Muller & His Orchestra)
36. Let's Do It Again: From Honky Tonk To The Classics, CD/Jasmine Records 534 (Lou Busch)
37. Manhattan Serenade: Piano Masterpieces Of The Jazz Age, CD/Rivermont BSW 2219 (Frederick Hodges)
38. I Happen To Like New York/Valente On T.V., CD/Dutton Vocalion 4193 (Caterina Valente)
39. In Shangri-La, CD/Collectables 5498 (The Four Coins)
40. Your Hit Parade, CD/ Lost Gold Records 7498 (Joan Edwards and Barry Wood)

Skating Shoes (M: Pierre De Caillaux):

1. 78/HMV C2049 (New Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Ray Noble)

(My) Sweet Temptation (M: Arthur Young):

1. 78/HMV B3640 (Patrick Waddington with Peggy Cochrane and William Walker, pianos) [reissued on Revue 1930-1940, Parlophone PMC7154]
2. 78/HMV C2049 (Jack Plant with the New Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Ray Noble)

Who Cares? (M: Norman Hackforth):

1. 78/HMV B3640 (Patrick Waddington with Peggy Cochrane and William Walker, pianos)

Unrecorded Material:

Chic Technique (M: Reginald Casson)
La, Lil, In Two International Cameos (M: Ivor Novello)
Lady Clara (M: Kenneth Tod)
Love Like That (M: Jack Strachey)
The Night School For Revue (M: Reginald Casson)
The Party's Getting Wild (M: Harry Revel)
To Be Or Not To Be Blues (M: Reginald Casson)
Woman Porters (M: Reginald Casson)