Composer: Maurie Rubens
Lyricist: Clifford Grey

Opened: May 18, 1926, Winter Garden Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 223

Valencia (M: Jose Padilla):

I have not attempted to compile discographical information for this standard other than recordings with lyrics by Clifford Grey.
1. 78/Victor 49-1243 (Robert Merrill with Hugo Winterhalter’s Orchestra and Chorus)
2. 78/Decca 139 (Cavalier Quartette with the King’s Band)
3. 78/Cameo 947 (Bob Haring and His Orchestra)
4. 78/Bell 420 (Roseland Dance Orchestra)
5. 78/Victor 20007 (Franklyn Baur with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra) [reissued on Say It With Music, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5291]
6. 78/Victor 20-3755 (Tony Martin with orchestra conducted by Henri Rene) [reissued on The Best Of Tony Martin On RCA, CD/Collectors’ Choice Music CCM 00462]
7. 78/Cameo 961 (William Robyn)
8. 78/Edison 51738 (Charles Harrison with Jack Stillman’s Orchestra)
9. 45/Capitol F3496 (Jumping Jacks)
10. Greatest Music From Broadway, Reader’s Digest (S) RDS33-M (Hill Bowen and His Orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

Are We Downhearted?
Any Step
Art Has No Frontier
The Atlantic City Girl
Beauty Is Vanity
Chevalier Dance
The Chevalier Of The Highway
Dancing Town
A Garden Of Memories
Goodbye Charleston (added for the subsequent tour)
The Guards of Fantasy
Love Birds (M: Kenneth Burton) (cut after opening)
The Maid Of Jade
Never Say The World Was Made To Cry
A Pin Cushion
The Sesqui Centennial Baby
The Spider’s Web (M: Milton Schwarzwald)
The Temptation Strut (M: Earl Lindsay; Maurie Rubens)
White Rose, Red Rose (M: C.R. Moretty)