Composer: Richard Rodgers
Lyricist: Lorenz Hart

Opened: Late January 1926, Fifth Avenue Club, N.Y.C.
Performances: Unknown

Maybe It's Me (same music as "I'm Crazy 'Bout The Charleston" in COCHRAN'S REVUE OF 1926; also used in PEGGY-ANN):

1. 78/HMV C-1399 (Light Opera Company with George Baker, Bessie Jones, et al.) [reissued on Broadway Through The Gramophone Vol. IV, CD/Pearl GEMS 0085]
2. 78/Columbia 9267 (Columbia Light Opera Company)
3. 78/HMV B-5314 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Song Is…Richard Rodgers And Lorenz Hart, CD/ASV/Living Era 5041]
4. Richard Rodgers: Command Performance, CD/Harbinger HCD2501 (Richard Rodgers, piano roll)
5. The Broadway Musicals Of 1926, CD/Bayview RNBW031 (Eddie Korbich and Nancy Opel with the Ross Patterson Little Big Band)

So Does Your Old Mandarin (M: Ray Henderson; L: Sam M. Lewis; Joe Young):

1. 78/Domino 3686 (Irving Kaufman with Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra) [also 78/Banner 1716]
2. 78/Columbia 577 D (Paul Specht and His Orchestra with vocal chorus)
3. 78/Harmony 118 H (Bob Sylvester and The Harmoniams)
4. 78/Clover 1660 (Jones & Hare)
5. 78/Vocalion 15275 (The Bostonians with vocal chorus)
6. The Gloucester Gabriel, CD/ Swing Time 2007 (Sylvester Ahola)
Note: Bloom attributes this composition to H. Adler, Oscar Herman, and Harry Weill.

Where's That Little Girl (With The Little Green Hat)? (same music as "What's The Use?" in LIDO LADY):

1. Rodgers And Hart Revisited Vol. V, CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-140 (Arthur Siegel with Arthur Siegel, piano, John Loehrke, bass, and Jeremy Harris, percussion)

For recordings of "What's The Use" see:

1. Andrea Marcovicci Sings Rodgers & Hart, CD/Andreasong (Andrea Marcovicci with Shelly Markham, piano, and Kevin Axt, bass)
2. Hollywood Party, CD/Bayview RNBW009 (Freddy Williams with Tom Gilhooly, piano)
3. All Hart: Songs of Lorenz Hart, CD/Sin-Drome/After 9 SD 8947 (Eric Comstock, piano and voice with accompaniment)

Unrecorded Material:

A City Flat (lyric missing)
Do You Notice Anything? (originally intended for THE GARRICK GAIETIES (1926) (lyric missing)
High Hats (lyric missing)
In The Name Of Art
Lillie, Lawrence And Jack (may have same music as "Tennis Champs" in THE GARRICK GAIETIES (1926)) (lyric missing)
Mammy's Knee (M/L: Jack Donahue)
Mike (lyric missing)
An Olive (M/L: Bert Hanlon)