Lyricist: Irving Kahal
Opened: October 13, 1931, Shubert Theatre, N.Y.C.
As Time Goes By (M/L: Herman Hupfeld) (subsequently used in the film CASABLANCA):
I have not attempted to
compile discological information for this standard.
Even As You And I :
1. 78/Decca 27634 (Ella
Fitzgerald with orchestra directed by Sy Oliver)
2. Keep Your Undershirt On, CD/Rialto SLRR-9001 (Susan Watson with musical direction by Glenn Mehrbach)
I Shot The Works (M: Manning Sherwin; L: Arthur Lippmann; Milton Pascal):
1. 78/Marconi Bros. Inc.
MB 101 (Frances Williams) [reissued onThe Music Of Broadway:
1931, JJA (M) 19778]
Nature Played A Dirty Trick On You (M: Manning Sherwin; L: Arthur Lippmann; Milton Pascal):
1. Three For A Song, CD/Rivermont BSW-2230 (Karin Paludan and Doug Bowles with Alex Hassan, piano and voice)
(I'm) All Wrapped Up
In You (M: Harry Revel; L: Harold Adamson; Mack Gordon)
Blue Danube Ballet (cut after opening)
Dance Of The Mirrors (cut after opening)
Feather In A Breeze
He Looked At Her, She Looked At Him (M: Manning Sherwin; L: Arthur Lippmann) (cut)
Is Rhythm Necessary?
Lease In My Heart
Lover's Luck (cut)
Pas De Deux (dance)
Nocturne (dance) (added after opening)
One In A Million (M: Harry Revel; L: Mack Gordon)
Pie Eyed Piper
Ta Ta, Old Bean (M: Manning Sherwin; L: Edward Eliscu)
That's Good, That's Bad (cut)
Under the Statler Clock (M: Manning Sherwin; L: Arthur Lipmann) (added for the subsequent tour)