CHARLOT'S REVUE OF 1925 



Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: April 20, 1925, Pavilion Theatre, London
Performances: Unknown

Note: This was a continuation (Second Edition) of CHARLOT'S REVUE OF 1924.  A complete song list is not available at this time.



Anytime, Any Place, Anywhere (M: Billy Mayerl; L: Paul):

1. Runaway Love, CD/Shellwood SWCD39 (Rachel Barrell with Alex Hassan, piano)


Big Boy (M: Milton Ager; L: Jack Yellen):

1. 78/HMV C1206 (Gertrude Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie with violin, piano, banjo, and alto saxophone accompaniment) [reissued on Noel And Gertie And Bea, Parlophone PMC7135]
2. 78/Hot Record Society HRS 24 (Bix Beiderbecke and The Wolverines) [also 78/Gennett 5565; 78/Brunswick 02203; reissued on Bix Beiderbecke 1924, CD/Collectables 0821]
3. 78/Triangle 11382 (Golden Gate Orchestra)
4. 78/Path 036092 (D. Onivas and Orchestra) [also 78/Perfect 14272]
5. 78/Columbia 117 D (Dolly Kay and The Georgians directed by Frank Guarente) [reissued on The Georgians 1923-1923, CD/Unknown label]
6. 78/Cameo 555 (Arthur Lange and His Orchestra)
7. 78/Decca 18064 (Bud Freeman and The Summan Cum Laude Orchestra) [also 78/Brunswick 03225; reissued on The Chronological Bud Freeman 1939-1940, CD/Classics 811]
8. 78/Brunswick 2621 (Margaret Young with orchestra)
9. 78/Banner 1356 (Ernest Hare with May Singhi Breen, ukulele)
10. 78/Okeh 40111 (Billy Jones with The Lanin Orchestra)
11. 78/Regal 9656 (Original Memphis Five)
12. 78/Capitol 131 (Imogene Lynn with Ray McKinley and His Orchestra) [reissued on Capitol Vault Series, Vol. 1: The Birth Of, CD/EMI 5277272]
13. 78/Victor 19344 (Ted Weems and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Essential Ted Weems, 1923-1930, CD/Retrieval Recordings 79034]
14. 78/Columbia 179 D (California Ramblers)
15. The Classic Sessions: 1928 To 1949, CD/JSP 906 (Eddie Condon)
16. Town Hall Concerts, Vol. 3, CD/Jazzology 1005 (Eddie Condon)
17. There They Go, CD/Fresh Sound FSRCD 399 (Harry James and His Orchestra)


Chloe (M/L: ?):

1. 78/HMV C1206 (Gertrude Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie with violin, piano, banjo, and alto saxophone accompaniment) [reissued on Noel And Gertie And Bea, Parlophone PMC7135]


Cover Me Up With The Sunshine Of Virginia (M/L: Meyer; Lewis; Young):

1. 78/HMV C1206 (Gertrude Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie with violin, piano, banjo, and alto saxophone accompaniment) [reissued on Noel And Gertie And Bea, Parlophone PMC7135]
2. 78/Triangle 11345 (Vernon Dalhart with Princeís Orchestra) [also 78/Radiex 2137]
3. 78/Gennett 5362 (The Vagabonds)
4. 78/Columbia 67 D (California Ramblers)
5. 78/Banner 1307 (Roseland Dance Orchestra)
6. 78/Brunswick 2586 (Morey Pearl and His Orchestra)
7. 78/Okeh 40028 (V. Lopez and His Hotel Pennsylvania Orchestra)
8. 78/Regal 9596 (Sam Laninís Orchestra)
9. 78/Victor 19317 (Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra)
10. 78/Vocalion 19298 (The Brox Sisters with Arthur Johnston, piano)
11. 78/Vocalion 14750 (Emil Coleman and His Club Trocadero Orchestra)


Doo Wacka Doo (M/L: Clarence Gaskill; Will Donaldson; George Horther):

1. 78/HMV C1206 (Gertrude Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie with violin, piano, banjo, and alto saxophone accompaniment) [reissued on Noel And Gertie And Bea, Parlophone PMC7135]
2. 78/Gennett 3045 (Marion McKay and His Orchestra) [reissued on Those Fabulous Gennetts, Vol. 1: 1923-1925, CBC 1063]
3. 78/Grey Gull 1245 (Arthur Hall with the Cotton Blossom Orchestra)
4. 78/Puritan 11357 (Arthur Hall with the St. Louis Low Downs)
5. 78/Lincoln 2288 (University Sextette)
6. 78/Columbia 308 D (The Original Memphis Five) [reissued on Columbias 1923-1931, CD/Retrieval Recordings RTR 79026]
7. 78/Path 036184 (Majestic Orchestra)
8. 78/Emerson 10829 (Joseph Samuels and His Music Masters)
9. 78/Decca 1297 (Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra)
10. 78/Cameo 641 (Varsity Eight)
11. 78/Perfect 14365 (Lou Gold and His Club Wigwam Orchestra)
12. 78/Bell 321 (Bell Record Orchestra)
13. 78/Brunswick 2767 (Isham Jones Orchestra) [reissued on Song Of The Blues 1923-1932, CD/Rivermont 1146]
14. 78/Banner 1459 (Missouri Jazz Band) [also 78/Regal 9758]
15. 78/Okeh 40258 (Okeh Syncopators directed by Harry Reser)
16. 78/Oriole 315 b (Dixie Jazz Band)
17. 78/Victor 19462 (Billy Murray with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
18. 78/Capitol C 252 (Pete Dailyís Dixieland Band) [also 78/Capitol 942]
19. 78/Victor 19561 (Mitchell Brothers)
20. 78/Vocalion 14906 (Isabelle Patricola with The Ambassadors)
21. The Banjoís Back In Town, Columbia CS-8381 (Banjo Barons)
22. 30 Hits Of The Tuneful 20ís, RCA Victor LPM-2592 (Frankie Carle, piano, with the Frankie Carle Orchestra)
23. Shaking The Blue Away: Good Tunes For Hard Times, CD/Angel 67508 (Rob Fisher and The Coffee Club Orchestra)
24. Carousel Breezes, Vol. 2, CD/Dynamic 135 (Wurlitzer Band Organ)
25. Karussell-Nostalgie (Funfair Music), CD/Tuxedo Music 5052 (unknown performer)
26. Joe Loss & His Orchestra, CD/Rex REXX 105 (Joe Loss & His Orchestra)
27. The Complete Bix Beiderbecke In Chronological Order, CD/IRD (Bix Beiderbecke)
28. The Original Piano Trio Plays Nostalgia 20ís Style, CD/Klavier KD-77027 (J. Lawrence Cook)


I Wonder Whatís Become Of Sally? (M: Milton Ager; L: Jack Yellen):

1. Click here for recordings of "I Wonder What's Become Of Sally?"


Iím So Unlucky:

1. 78/HMV C1206 (Gertrude Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie with violin, piano, banjo, and alto saxophone accompaniment) [reissued on Noel And Gertie And Bea, Parlophone PMC7135]


Lazy (M/L: Irving Berlin) (also used in BY THE WAY (First Edition)):

1. Click here for recordings of "Lazy".


My Best Girl (M/L: Walter Donaldson):

1. 78/HMV C1206 (Gertrude Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie with violin, piano, banjo, and alto saxophone accompaniment) [reissued on Noel And Gertie And Bea, Parlophone PMC7135]
2. 78/Gennett 9600 (Willie Creagerís Orchestra)
3. 78/Columbia 252 D (The Georgians)
4. 78/Path 032088 (Cliff Edwards, ukulele and voice) [also 78/Perfect 11557; 78/Perfect 12167]
5. 78/Sunset 1059 (Wilshire Dance Orchestra)
6. 78/Decca 2345 (Carmen Lombardo, Larry Owen, and Fred Higman with Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians)
7. 78/Cameo 618 (Broadway Broadcasters)
8. 78/Perfect 14319 (Bar Harbor Society Orchestra)
9. 78/Apex 8266 (Arthur Fields)
10. 78/Banner 1411 (Roseland Dance Orchestra)
11. 78/Brunswick 2750 (Isham Jones Orchestra) [reissued on Swinging Down The Lane, CD/Memphis Archives 7014]
12. 78/Brunswick 2768 (Nick Lucase, guitar and voice) [reissued on Tip-Toe Thruí The Tulips, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5329]
13. 78/Bell P 308 (Golden Gate Orchestra)
14. 78/Okeh 40200 (The Lanin Orchestra)
15. 78/Regal 9704 (Sam Laninís Dance Orchestra)
16. 78/Edison 51439 (Vernon Dalhart with Kaplanís Melodists)
17. 78/Tower 1271 (Benny Strong and His Orchestra)
18. 78/Victor 19465 (Georgie Price with orchestra)
19. 78/Vocalion 5387 (Tiny Hill and His Orchestra) [reissued on 1943-1944, CD/Circle 55]
20. 78/Victor 19518 (George Olsen and His Music) [reissued on Geore Olsen & His Music, Vol. 1: 1924-25, CD/Renovation 7001]
21. 78/Vocalion 14893 (Austin Wylie and His Golden Pheasant Orchestra)
22. 78/Triangle 11441 (Irving Post with the Frisco Syncopators)


My Honey Lou:

1. 78/HMV C1206 (Gertrude Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie with violin, piano, banjo, and alto saxophone accompaniment) [reissued on Noel And Gertie And Bea, Parlophone PMC7135]


So This Is Venice (M: Harry Warren; L: Grant Clarke; Edgar Leslie) (originally used in ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1921 and ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1923):

1. 78/HMV C1206 (Gertrude Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie with violin, piano, banjo, and alto saxophone accompaniment) [reissued on Noel And Gertie And Bea, Parlophone PMC7135]
2. 78/Gennett 5360 (Freddie Keppard with Doc Cookís Dreamland Orchestra) [reissued on The Complete Set: 1923-1926, CD/Retrieval Recordings RTR 79017]
3. 78/Gennett 5416 (Guy Lombardoís Royal Canadians) [reissued on Those Fabulous Gennetts, Vol. 1: 1923-1925, CD/Timeless CBC 1063]
4. 78/Columbia 87 D (Billy Jones and Ernest Hare with orchestral accompaniment)
5. 78/Brunswick 2549 (Bennie Kruegerís Orchestra with vocal chorus)
6. 78/Victor 19252 (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra with vocal refrain) [reissued on The Birth Of Rhapsody In Blue: Whitemanís 1924 Concert, CD/MusicMasters 65144]
7. 45/Canadian Recording Industry Association C-100 (unknown performer, possibly Guy Lombardoís Royal Canadians)
8. The Chronological Jimmie Noone 1923-1928, CD/Classics 604 (Jimmie Nooneís Apex Club Orchestra)
9. The Legend, CD/Pearl TPZ 1052 (Freddie Keppard)
10. Come To The Fair: Old Time Wurlitzer Carousel Music, Vol. 2, CD/Gold 20 (Wurlitzer Band Organ)


Sweet And Low (M/L: ?):

1. 78/HMV C1206 (Gertrude Lawrence and Beatrice Lillie with violin, piano, banjo, and alto saxophone accompaniment) [reissued on Noel And Gertie And Bea, Parlophone PMC7135]


That Forgotten Melody (M: Vincent Youmans; L: Furber)
:

1. Orchids In The Moonlight: Songs Of Vincent Youmans, CD/Arabesque Z6670 (Joan Morris and Robert White with William Bolcom, piano)