Composer: Alfred Goodman
Lyricist: Cyrus Wood

Opened: May 17, 1923, Astor Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 52

Note: This show reopened on July 30, 1923 at the Astor Theatre and ran for an additional 31 performances.

Waitin’ For The Evenin’ Mail (M/L: Billy Baskette) (not in programs):

1. 78/Perfect 12061 (Robert Judson)
2. 78/Victor 19109 (Tennessee Ten)
3. 78/Brunswick 2443 (Marion Harris)
4. 78/Vocaltion B14601 (Ernest Hare)
5. 78/Lincoln 2056 (Lucille Hegamin and the Dixie Daisies) [also 78Cameo 343; reissued on Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2 (1922-1923), CD/Document 5420]
6. 78/Gennett 5164 (Ladd’s Black Aces)
7. 78/Edison 51183 (Ernest Hare)
8. 78/Gramophone 19086 (Noble Sissle, piano and voice)
9. 78/Columbia 13002 D (Clara Smith with Fletcher Henderson, piano) [reissued on Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1  (1923-1924), CD/Document 5364]
10. 78/Decca 2051 (Carl “Deacon” Moore, vocal, with Carl “Deacon” Moore and His Orchestra)
11. 78/Decca 28080 (Roberta Lee with orchestra)
12. 78/Brunswick 6767 (Red Nichols and His Five Pennies) [reissued on The Complete Brunswick Sessions, Vol. 3, CD/Jazz Oracle BDW8064]
13. 78/Columbia A 3933 (Al Jolson with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Yet: Jolie’s Finest Columbia Recordings, CD/Legacy/Columbia 53419]
14. 78/Capitol 137 (Johnny Mercer with Freddie Slack and His Orchestra) [reissued on Mosaic Select: Freddie Slack, CD/Mosaic Select 18]
15. 78/Victor 19086 (Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake with Eubie Blake, piano) [reissued on Early Rare Recordings, Vol. 1, Eubie Blake Music 2]
16. 78/Vocalion 14601 (Ernest Hare)
17. Jonah Man: A Tribute To Bert Williams, CD/Vanguard 79378 (Max Morath)
18. The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings 1954-56, CD/Mosaic 247 (Bing Crosby)
19. Missing Chapters, Vol. 7: S’Wonderful, CD/Avid AMSC 588 (Glenn Miller)
20. Swingin’ Minstrel, CD/Good Time Jazz 10050 (Clancy Hayes)
21. Class Of ’49, CD/Hep HEPCD 4 (Ray McKinley)

Unrecorded Material:

Finale (Act 1)
Finale (Act 2)
A Girl May As Well Marry Well
Goodbye Forever (M: Rudolf Friml; Alfred Goodman)
I’m A Flapper (M: J. Fred Coots; Jean Schwartz; L: McElbert Moore)
Lady (M: J. Fred Coots; Jean Schwartz; L: McElbert Moore) (originally used in BAL-TABARIN)
(If There Were Not Any) Men
Moonlight Waltz
Opening Ensemble
Porter! Porter!
Pretty Ankle
The Primrose Path
The Struttinest Strutter
Travesty (scene?)
We Two (M: Rudolf Friml; Al Goodman)
You Can’t Experiment On Me (cut during the subsequent national tour)