COMEDY



Composers: Luigi Creatore; Hugo Peretti; George David Weiss
Lyricists: Luigi Creatore; Hugo Peretti; George David Weiss

Opened: November 6, 1972, Boston, MA
Performances: closed out of town on November 18, 1972

Note: A revised version of COMEDY opened in 1973 under the title SMILE, SMILE, SMILE.


Comedy:

1. 45/Bell 45,296 (The Comedians) (purported to be the chorus of the 1972 Boston cast)
2. Publisher's Demo, No label MM 101672 (unidentified singer) [reissued commerically as 45/Bell 45,296 (The Comedians)]
3. Publisher's Demo, No label MM 101672 (unidentified singer) (second rendition)


God Bless The Fig Tree (subsequently used in SMILE, SMILE, SMILE):

1. Publisher's Demo, No label MM 101672 (unidentified male singer)
2. Publisher's Demo, No label MM 101672 (unidentified female singer)


Open Your Heart (subsequently used in SMILE, SMILE, SMILE)::

1. Publisher's Demo, No label MM 101672 (unidentified singer)


Smile, Smile, Smile (also used as the Entr'acte; subsequently used in SMILE, SMILE, SMILE and CARRY ON LONDON):

1. 45/AVCO (S) AV-4615 (The Hugo & Luigi Music Machine)
2. 45/Atlantic (S) 45-3022 (Kate Smith with guest artists Dr. John)
3. 45/Bell 45,412 (Kenny Ball, trumpet, with orchestra and chorus directed by Johnny Arthey) [also 45/Pye 7N 45275]
4. Publisher's Demo, No label MM 101672 (unidentified singer)
5. Mike Douglas Sings It All, Atlantic (S) SD-18168 (Mike Douglas with orchestra conducted by Richard Rome) [also 45/Atlantic (S) 45-3328]
6. Glad With Love, Music For Pleasure (S) MFP 50220 (Mrs. Mills and Geoff Love)
7. Sunny Sings Dixieland Blues, Thimble TLP-6 (Sunny Gale)
8. Never Can Say Goodbye, Columbia 33550 (Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra) [reissued on Murder On The Orient Express/Never Can Say Goodbye, CD/Collectables 7811]


Unrecorded Material:

Breakin' The Spell (subsequently used in SMILE, SMILE, SMILE)
Buttercup (subsequently used in SMILE, SMILE, SMILE)
Finale Act 1
Finale Act 2 (reprise of "Comedy")
A Friend Is A Friend (aka "Friends") (subsequently used in SMILE, SMILE, SMILE)
(I) Gotta Hang My Wash Out To Dry
I'm The Cockalorum (subsequently used in SMILE, SMILE, SMILE)
Love Is (Such) A Fragile Thing (subsequently used in SMILE, SMILE, SMILE)
Magnetic (subsequently used in SMILE, SMILE, SMILE)
Sacrifice
Tarantella (inst.)
Where Is My Love
Whirlwind Circle