Composer: Cole Porter
Lyricist: Cole Porter

Opened: November 27, 1929, Lyric Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 254

Note: Only recordings of material not found on the 1991 studio cast album, Fifty Million Frenchmen, CD/New World Records 80417-2, are noted below.

The Emigrants (cut; used in WAKE UP AND DREAM as "Entrance Of Emigrants"):

1. Unmined Cole: Unpublished Gems Of Cole Porter, CD/Centaur CRC 2387 (Paulina Stark with Judy Brown, piano)

My Harlem Wench (cut):

1. Leave It To Me!, CD/Music Box Recordings MBR42001 (Steve Rhyne, Bill Fahmer, and Richard Pardini with musical direction by Dave Dobrusky) (as "My Yankee Wench")

The Snake In The Grass Ballet (cut):

1. Overtures And Ballet Music, CD/EMI Classics CDC 7 54300 2 (London Sinfonietta conducted by John McGlinn)

That's Why I Love You (cut):

1. Cole Porter Revisited Vol. V, CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-122 (Arthur Siegel and Sandy Stewart)

Why Don't We Try Staying Home (cut):

1. Bobby Short Loves Cole Porter, Atlantic (S) SD2-606 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Beverly Peer, bass, and Richard Sheridan, drums) [reissued on Bobby Short Loves Cole Porter/Guess Who's In Town: The Songs Of Andy Razaf, CD/Collectables COL-CD-6844]
2. Cole, Stanyan (S) SR-10136 (Elaine Stritch with Richard Leonard, piano) [reissued on You're Sensational: Cole Porter In The '20s, '40s, & '50s, CD/Koch A-33714]
3. Easy To Love: The Songs Of Cole Porter, CD/Concord Jazz CCD-4696 (Susannah McCorkle with music direction by Allen Farnham)
4. It All Belongs To You: Unsung Cole Porter, CD/LML Music LML CD-215 (Justin Hayford, piano and voice, with Jim Cox, bass, Phil Gratteau, drums, and Jennet Ingle, oboe)
5. What A Swell Party This Is!: Songs By Cole Porter, CD/Viva Cabaret 19981 03182 (Liz Keever with Richard Bower, piano)

Unrecorded Material:

Down With Everybody But Us (cut)
Finale (Act 1)
The Happy Heaven Of Harlem
The Heaven Of Harlem (unused; no music survives)
Let's Turn On The Love Interest (not used; no lyric survives)
A Toast Of Volstead (aka "Opening, Ritz Bar") (dropped after opening)
Watching The World Go By (cut)
Yankee Doodle