Composer: Vivian Ellis; Noel Gay; Harry Graham; Bert Kalmar; Harry Ruby; Herman Hupfeld; Dion Titheradge
Lyricist: Vivian Ellis; Noel Gay; Harry Graham; Bert Kalmar; Harry Ruby; Herman Hupfeld; Dion Titheradge

Opened: January 8, 1931, Piccadilly Theatre, London
Performances: ?

Note: A complete song list is not available at this time.

The King's Horses (M: Noel Gay; L: Harry Graham) (subsequently added to SWEET AND LOW):

1. 78/HMV C2145 (New Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Ray Noble)
2. 78/Zonophone 5750 (Solemn and Gay)
3. 78/Columbia 2397 D (The California Ramblers with vocal refrain)
4. 78/Sterling 291065 (Irving Kaufman with Lou Gold and His Orchestra) [also 78/Banner 32077; 78/Oriole 2198]
5. 78/Gramophone B 5875 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra with vocal refrain)
6. 78/Lucile L/L 105/106 B/A (unknown performer)
7. 78/Crown 3059 (Luther Brothers with The High Steppers)
8. 78/Clarion 5252 (Roy Carroll & His Sands Point Orchestra)
9. 78/Brunswick 6024 (Ben Bernie and His Orchestra)
10. 78/Hit of the Week 1135 (Hit Of The Week Orchestra directed by Bert Hirsch) [reissued on The Complete Hit Of The Week Recordings, Vol. 2: 1930-1931, CD/Archeophone 3003]
11. 78/Okeh 41480 (Fred Rich and His Orchestra with male quartet)
12. 78/Victor 22619 A (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra)
13. One Man's Music, EMI Odeon (S) SCX 6299 (The Mike Sammes Singers with Brian Fahey and His Orchestra)
14. The Hits Of Noel Gay, Music For Pleasure (M) MFP 1236 (Sam Browne with Ray Starita and His Ambassadors Band) [reissued on Ray Starita And His Ambassadors Band, Vol. 2: 1929-1932, CD/Mellotone Records MELLO 013]
15. Do You Remember?, CD/Sounds of Yesteryear DSOY 763 (orchestra conducted by Jay Wilbur)
16. My Brother And I, CD/Rollercoaster Records 6005 (Bob & Alf Pearson)
17. Ted Heath And His Music 1944-1954, CD/Fabulous FADCD 2012 (Ted Heath)
18. German Propaganda Swing 1941-1943, CD/Harlequin Records 3 (Charlie & His Orchestra)
19. Eddie Meduza & Roarin' Cadillacs, CD/Columbia (Eddie Meduza and His Roarin' Cadillacs)
20. Good News, CD/Transatlantic Records 301 (Pasadena Rooftop Orchestra)
21. Radio Times, CD/Polydor 517 474-2 (Kathryn Evans, Harriet Benson, and The Grosvenors with musical direction by Robert Scott)

Looking For A Sunbeam:

1. 78/HMV C2145 (New Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Ray Noble)

Sing Something Simple (M/L: Herman Hupfeld) (cut from ARTISTS AND MODELS (1930) and originally used in THE SECOND LITTLE SHOW):

1. 78/HMV C2145 (New Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Ray Noble)
2. 78/Columbia 2299 D (Chester Hale with Fred Rich and His La Palina Orchestra with vocal refrain) [also 78/Perfect 15356]
3. 78/Regal 10140 (Ralph Haines with Fred Rich and His La Palina Orchestra) [also 78/Romeo 1448; 78/Oriole 2087]
4. 78/Diva 3206 G (Bill Coty with Hotel Pennsylvania Music) [also 78/Harmony 1206; 78/Odeon ONY 36134]
5. 78/Brunswick 4918 (Jacques Renard and His Orchestra with vocal chorus)
6. 78/Conqueror 7648 (Irving Kaufman with orchestra)
7. 78/Victor 26372 (Maxine Sullivan) [reissued on The Chronological Maxine Sullivan 1938-1941, CD/Classics 991]
8. 78/Victor 22547 (The Revelers)
9. 78/Victor 22538 (Frank Luther with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Early 30's: These Were Our Songs, CD/Reader's Digest Music 187]
10. 45/Coral EC 81167 (Larry Sonn and His Orchestra) [reissued on It's Sonn Again, CD/Montpellier 45]
11. Cool Fool, CD/Fresh Sound FSRCD 507 (Claude Williamson, piano, with Bud Shank and Three Trombones)
12. The Misty June Christy, CD/Blue Note 98452 (June Christy)
13. Improvisations On Keynote, CD/Mercury 830966 (Red Norvo)
14. Fine And Dandy, CD/Decca MVCJ-19233 (Debbie Reynolds)
15. Changing Patterns, CD/Montpellier 069 (Frank Comstock and His Orchestra)
16. Glen Gray And The Casa Loma Orchestra (1939), CD/Circle 36 (Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra)
17. Sing Something Simple, CD/Ebm (Hudson Shad)
Radio transcriptions performed by Louise Carlyle and Willard Young with the Music of Manhattan conducted by Norman Cloutier and by Gloria De Haven with novelty orchestra are also known to exist.

Three Little Words (M: Harry Ruby; L: Bert Kalmar):

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