Composer: Burton Lane
Lyricist: Harold Adamson

Opened: August 27, 1931, Earl Carroll Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 300

Bolero (M: Maurice Ravel):

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

Good Night Sweetheart (M: Ray Noble; L: James Campbell; Reg Connelly) (added after opening; also used in EARL CARROLL'S VANITIES OF 1930):

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

Have A Heart:

1. 78/Victor 22794 (Ben Gordon with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra) [reissued on Harlem Jazz: James Bubber Miley, Vol. 7 - 1930-31, CD/Makin Friends]

Heigh Ho, The Gang's All Here (subsequently used in the film DANCING LADY):

1. That's Entertainment, MCA 2-11002 (Fred Astaire, Mildred Carroll [for Joan Crawford], and Chorus) [reissued on Fred Astaire At MGM, CD/Rhino R2-72828]
2. The Flows, CD/Smalls Records 3 (Ned Goold Trio)

It's Great To Be In Love (M/L: Cliff Friend):

1. 78/Columbia 2526 D (The Knickerbockers with vocal refrain)
2. 78/Broadcast 12 3156 (Jack Harris and His Grosvenor House Band)
3. 78/Victor 25232 (Al Bowlly with Ray Noble and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Al Bowlly Story: The Formative Years, CD/Avid 756]
4. Paramount Hot Dance Obscurities, CD/Jazz Oracle 8049 (Isa Foster and Her Ambassadors)

Let's Talk About The Weather (M/L: Charlotte Kent) (not in programs):

1. Everyone Else Revisited, CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-146 (Arthur Siegel)

Masquerade (M/L: Paul Francis Webster; John Jacob Loeb) (added for the subsequent tour):

1. 78/Perfect 15612 (Dick Robertson with the Majestic Dance Orchestra) [also 78/Banner 32453; 78/Royal 91351; 78/Oriole 2475]
2. 78/Capitol 20113 (Frank DeVol and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Decca 2502 (Paradise Island Trio)
4. 78/Decca 3228 (Floyd Sherman with Harry Horlick and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Melotone M 12380 (Dick Robertson with Sleepy Hall and His Collegians)
6. 78/Victor 24035 (Frank Luther with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Crawford, Wurlitzer organ)
7. 78/Victor 24046 (Dick Robertson with Ted Black and His Orchestra)
8. 45/Victor EPB 3077 (Melachrino Strings conducted by George Melachrino)
9. Tribute, CD/Cambria 1040 (Jim Roseveare)
10. Piano At The Paramount, CD/Premier 1060 (Peter Mintun)
11. The Perry Como Shows 1943, Vol. 1, CD/On the Air OTA101905 (Perry Como with Raymond Scott and His Orchestra)
12. Fine And Mellow, CD/Multisonic 310334 (Eva Suobodova)
A radio transcription performed by Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra is also known to exist.

My Darling (M: Richard Myers; L: Edward Heyman) (added for the subsequent tour):

1. 78/Perfect 15719 (Paul Small with Owen Fallon and His Californians) [also 78/Banner 32656; 78/Oriole 2623; 78/Conqueror 8083]
2. 78/Crown 3425 (Frank La Motta and His Orchestra with vocal refrain)
3. 78/Imperial 2846 (Hollywood Dance Orchestra)
4. 78/Decca 735 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra with vocal refrain)
5. 78/Brunswick 6381 (Frank Munn with Ray Kavanaugh and the "Vanities" Orchestra) [reissued on The Best Of Victor Young & The Brunswick Studio Orchestra 1932-1934, CD/Sony 70074]
6. 78/Victor 19957 (Ralph Williams and His Orchestra)
7. 78/Victor 24142 (Neil Buckley with Don Bestor and His Orchestra)
8. 78/Vocalion 15877 (Paul Small with Roy Carrol and His Beach Club Orchestra)
9. Me And The Blues/The Song Is You, CD/Collectables 2703 (Joe Williams with orchestra conducted by Frank Hunter)

Tonight Or Never (M/L: Jack Meskill; Vincent Rose; Raymond Klages):

1. 78/Crown 3184 (Dick Robertson with The High Steppers)
2. Harlem Jazz: James Bubber Miley, Vol. 7 - 1930-31, CD/Makin Friends (Leo Reisman and His Orchestra) (unverified)

Unrecorded Material:

(I've Got) Ants In My Pants (aka "Bugology") (M/L: Cliff Friend) (cut after opening)
Cute Peekin' Knees (not in programs)
Dance Of The Dinosaur (inst.) (M: Herbert Grossman)
Finale (Act I)
Going To Town With Me
Grand Finale
I Go Haywire (M/L: Will Mahoney; Bob Geraghty) (added after opening)
I'm Back In Circulation Again (M: Michael Cleary; L: Max Lief; Nathaniel Lief) (cut after opening; also used in SHOOT THE WORKS)
Love Came Into My Heart (cut after opening)
The Mahoneyphone
Masks And Hands
Oh, My Yes (cut after opening)
Parasols On Parade (M: Larry Beeson; L: Clifford Adams)
Sandy Mahatma Gandy (M: Bob Gereghty; L: Will Mahoney) (added after opening)