(1st Edition)

Composer: A. Baldwin Sloane
Lyricists: John Murray Anderson; Arthur Swanstrom

Opened: July 15, 1919, Greenwich Village Theatre, N.Y.C.; transferred on September 9, 1919 to the Nora Bayes Theatre
Performances: 232

Note: This show was also called GREENWICH VILLAGE NIGHTS.

Ding Toes (M/L: “Jack” Caddigan; “Chick” Story):

1. 78/Columbia A 2953 (Frank Banta and Harry Akst, pianos)

Give Me The Sultan’s Harem (Won’t You Give That Harem To Me) (M: Abner Silver; L: Alex Gerber) (not in programs):

1. 78/Emerson 10105 (Eddie Cantor with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on Early Days 1917-1921, CD/Original Cast 9872]
2. 78/Operaphone 31132 (Conlin’s Society Orchestra)
3. 78/Little Wonder 1220 (unknown orchestra)
4. At The Hookers’ Ball, CD/GHB Records 125 (Ernie Carson)
5. Volume 3, CD/GHB Records 363 (St. Louis Ragtimers)

I Know Why (Because I’m In Love With You) (M: Ted Lewis; Jimmy Morgan; L: Benny Davis):

1. 78/Columbia A 2945 (Morrison’s Jazz Orchestra)
2. 78/Emerson 10197 (The Palace Trio)
3. 78/Pathe 22342 (Nicholas Orlando’s Orchestra)

I Want A Daddy (Who Will Rock Me To Sleep) (L: John Murray Anderson; Philip Bartholomae):

1. 78/Victor 18626 (All Star Medley)
2. 78/Columbia A 2840 (Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra conducted by Joseph Knecht)
3. 78/Emerson 1067 (Emerson Military Band) [also 78/Emerson 502]
4. 78/Edison 50608 (Tuxedo Dance Orchestra)

I’ll See You In C-U-B-A (M/L: Irving Berlin (added after opening; also used in ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLIC (2nd 1919 Edition), ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLIC OF 1920 (9th Edition), GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES (1920), and in the film BLUE SKIES):

1. 78/Columbia A-2927 (Ted Lewis Jazz Band) [also 78/Columbia A 79047]
2. 78/Decca 23646 (Bing Crosby and Trudy Erwin with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Bing Crosby, Vol. 43: 1946-47, CD/Jonzo]
3. 78/Columbia A 2898 (Jack Kaufman with orchestral accompaniment)
4. 78/Okeh 4079 (Billy Murray with the Rega Orchestra) [also 78/Lyric 5214; 78/Path 22322]
5. 78/Victor 18652 (Billy Murray with orchestra) [reissued on Hits Of ’20: When My Baby Smiles At Me, CD/ASV/Living Era 5520]
6. 78/Victor 18663 (Palace Trio)
7. 45/Capitol F3534 (Pee Wee Hunt and His Orchestra)
8. 45/Victor 47-6718/6720 (Johnny Cochran and The Martin Men with Freddy Martin and His Orchestra)
9. Brooks Kerr Salutes Irving Berlin, Bluewail (S) BWLP 1002 (Brooks Kerr, piano and vocals, Sonny Greer, drums)
10. The Columbia Album Of Irving Berlin, CD/ Collectables COL-CD-7586 (Frank DeVol and His Orchestra)
11. She’s So Beautiful: Irving Berlin Songs For Florenz Ziegfeld 1910-1927 And Other Songs From 1919-1921, CD/Oakton ORCD0007 (Benjamin Sears with Bradford Conner, piano)
12. Nat King Cole Shows, Vol. 1, CD/On The Air 101902 (Nat King Cole)
13. Blue Skies/Rhythm On The River, CD/Great Movie Themes 60025 (Bing Crosby and Olga San Juan)
14. Live On Earth, CD/Garden Variety (Mike and Carleen McCornack)
15. Triboro, CD/Astoria Productions (Triboro)
16. My Roots Are Showing, CD/BNA 66920 (K.T. Oslin)
17. Face The Music: A Century Of Irving Berlin, CD/Musicmasters 5002 (Dick Hyman)
18. Talkin’ Verve, CD/Verve 5495382 (Buddy Greco)
19. The Chenille Sisters, CD/Red House Records RHRCD 29 (The Chenille Sisters)
20. Wholly Cats, CD/Sackville SKCD 23066 (Bob  Barnard and Jim Galloway)
21. Ain’t We Got Fun: Jerry Laird Sings, Ted Simons Plays, CD/FSM (Jerry Laird with Ted Simons, piano)
22. Turned On Alley, CD/AIX Entertainment 80024 (Ian Whitcomb)
23. There’s A Small Hotel, CD/Columbia 52403 (Mary Cleere Haran)
24. Lizard Vision, CD/Flying Fish 0569 (Austin Lounge Lizards)
25. I’ll See You In Cuba, CD/Zoho Music 233143 (Pablo Menendez and Mezcla)
26. I Bid You Goodnight, CD/Arhoolie ARHCD 433 (Any Old Time String Band)
27. Fun Stuff, CD/Silver Stream Music 0013 (Elaine Silver)
28. Latin Roots, CD/LML Music 250 (Lucie Arnaz)
29. Ukulele Mama, CD/Original Cast 1005 (Estelle Reiner)
30. Nashville Line Dancing Albums, Vol. 2, CD/Arista 74321489852 (unknown performer)
31. The Irving Berlin Songs, CD/Composers Recordings, Inc. 557 (Francis Thorne)
32. The Preserves, Vol. 1, CD/Omega Music Poland 3011 (Chrysanthemum Ragtime Band)
33. Berlin For Brass, CD/Naxos 8559123 (Chestnut Brass Company)
34. Yellow Dog Blues, CD/Chiaroscuro CRD 339 (Soprano Summit)
35. Irving Berlin, Volume 1, CD/Unknown label (Fred Miller)
36. Wreck Of The Olga Symphony, CD/The Olga Symphony (The Olga Symphony)
37. Coming Down Easy, CD/Big Blue Water 01 (Pamela Chappell)
38. Marching Along With Time, CD/Oakton Recordings (Valerie Anastasio and Benjamin Sears with Bradford Conner, piano)
39. Desiderio, CD/Greg Purnhagen 700261278230 (Greg Purnhagen)
40. Irving Berlin’s America, CD/Original Cast OC2013 (Michael Townsend with musical direction by Richard Danley)
41. Chip Deffaa’s An Irving Berlin Travelogue, CD/Garrett Mountain CDP AD 0604 (Tyler DuBoys with musical direction by Richard Danley)

The Message Of The Cameo (L: John Murray Anderson; Philip Bartholomae) (dropped for the subsequent tour):

1. 78/Columbia A 2840 (Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra conducted by Joseph Knecht)

The Vamp (M/L: Byron Gay):

1. 78/Columbia A 2758 (Waldorf-Astoria Singing Orchestra directed by Joseph Knecht)
2. 78/Gennett 4539 A (Green Bros. Xylophone Orchestra)
3. 78/Emerson 50554 (Green Bros. Novelty Orchestra)
4. 78/Emerson 10118 (Emerson Military Band)
5. 78/Emerson 1090 (All Star Trio) [also 78/Brunswick 2013]
6. 78/Emerson 7517 (Emerson Dance Orchestra)
7. 78/M-G-M 10672 (The Blue Notes with Blue Barron and His Orchestra)
8. 78/Decca 1425 (Henry Busse and His Orchestra)
9. 78/Capitol 57 706 (Tommy Hamilton and His Orchestra)
10. 78/Triangle 11161 (Moulin Rouge Orchestra)
11. 78/Victor 18594 (Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestra with vocalist)
12. 78/Capitol 2828 (Pee Wee Hunt and His Orchestra)
13. 78/Vocalion 14448 (Bar Harbor Society Orchestra)
14. 78/Pathe 22241 (Patricola with orchestra)
15. 78/Puritan 9027 (J.C. Beck’s Orchestra)
16. Echoes From The Cocoanut Grove, CD/Take Two TT 416 (Phi Harris and His Orchestra)

When My Baby Smiles At Me (M: Bill Munro; L: Ted Lewis; Andrew B. Sterling) (sheet music only; subsequently used in ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1927):

1. 78/Columbia 922 D (Ted Lewis, vocal, with Ted Lewis and His Band) [also 78/Columbia 826 D; reissued on Ted Lewis And His Band 1926-33, Biograph (M) BLP-C7]
2. 78/Columbia A-2908 (Ted Lewis Jazz Band)  [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 4: 1917-1920, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9059-61]
3. 78/Decca 2054 A (Ted Lewis, vocal, with Ted Lewis and His Orchestra) [also 78/Decca 11056; 78/Decca 23916; 45/Decca 9-11056; 45/Decca 91267; reissued on Ted Lewis’ Greatest Hits, MCA 258]
4. 78/Path 22320 (Tuxedo Syncopaters)
5. 78/Gramophone 216098 (Henri’s Orchestra)
6. 78/Winner 3607 (Southern Rag-A-Jazz Band)
7. 78/Decca 1501 (Freddie Fisher and His Orchestra with vocal refrain)
8. 78/Bluebird B 6502 (Nolan Canova with Bob Pope and His Orchestra)
9. 78/Pearl 900 (Larry Vincent)
10. 78/Waldorf U 1 (Charleston City All Stars) [reissued on The Roaring 20’s, Vol. 2, CD/Hallmark]
11. 78/Paramount 20009 (All Star Trio)
12. 78/Victor 22684 (Tom Howell with Sunny Clapp and His Band O’Sunshine)
13. 78/Academy 277 (Lennie Simmons and His Musical Notes)
14. 45/Columbia 4-40267 (Jack LaDelle)
15. 45/Coral 9-61958 (Lawrence Welk and His Champagne Music) [reissued on Reminiscing, CD/Ranwood Records 8227]
16. 45/Decca 9-30023 (Bing Crosby and Judd Conlon’s Rhythmaires with orchestra conducted by Jack Pleis) [reissued on My Greatest Songs, CD/MCA 18348]
17. 45/Dot 45-16060 (Louis Prima and Keely Smith) [reissued on Together, CD/Jasmine JASCD 325]
18. 45/Heartbeat (Seymour)
19. 45/Mercury 70841X45 (Jerry Murad’s Harmonicats) [reissued on Selected Favorites, CD/Mercury Wing 16133]
20. 45/Parkway P-848 (The Cousins)
21. Crazy Otto’s Piano Massacre, 45EP/Polydor 20 526 (Crazy Otto, piano)
22. You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby, CD/RCA Victor LSP-2067 (The Crew Cuts)
23. Beat The Bad To The Bar, CD/Living Era 5599 (Richard Himber and His Orchestra)
24. 75 Glenn Miller Masterpieces, CD/Sepia 1165 (Glenn Miller and His Orchestra)
25. Anthology, CD/Orchard 1897 (Del Rubio Triplets)
26. When My Baby Smiles At me, CD/Alessio Brocca Edizioniali (Riviera Syncopaters Jazz Friends)
27. Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert 1938, Vol. 1, CD/Giants Of Jazz Recordings (Benny Goodman)
28. Medleys & More, CD/Belwether 1111 (Charlie Shaffer)
29. De De Pierce And His New Orleans Stompers In Binghamton, N.Y., Vol. 4, CD/American Recordings 82 (De De Pierce and His New Orleans Stompers)
30. The Decca Years 1957-1962, CD/Decca 4669242 (Max Bygraves)
31. Billie & De De Pierce With Chris Barber’s Jazz Band 1960, CD/GHB Records BCD 43 (Billie & De De Pierce with Chris Barber’s Jazz Band)
32. ‘Tain’t Nobody’s Biz-ness, CD/Stomp Off 1312 (Bob Oliver’s Hot Seven)
33. From Ragtime To Jazz, Vol. 4: 1896-1922, CD/Timeless 0853 (Art Hickman’s New York London Five)
34. Together At Last, CD/GHB Records 407 (Pat Yankee)
36. All Favorites Played By Sam Vaughn, CD/Sam J. Vaughn (Sam J. Vaughn)
37. Great Band Themes Go Latin, CD/Palladium 114 (Cesar Concepcion)
38. Sometimes I’m Happy. . . Sometimes I’m Blue, CD/Collectables 7585 (Jill Corey)
39. Teach Me Tiger!, CD/EMI TOCJ9745 (April Stevens)
40. Blue Roses Of Far And Near, CD/Stomp Off 1361 (Dan Levinson)
41. Ragtime Favorites, CD/Ranwood Records 3014 (Jo Anne Castle)
42. You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger, CD/ADA 36534 (Tom Sharpsteen & His Orlando’s)
43. The Best Of Pete Fountain, CD/Decca Jazz/GRP/Verve AAGRD665 (Pete Fountain)
44. The Hits Of The Twenties/The Hits Of The Thirties, CD/Vocalion 4224 (Ted Heath)
45. Unreleased Capitol Sides, CD/Collectors’ Choice Music 79 (Bobby Darin)
46. The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings 1954-56, CD/Mosaic 247 (Bing Crosby)
Radio transcriptions performed by the Music Hall Varieties conducted by Patrick Ciricillo and the Lenny Herman Orchestra are also known to exist.

Unrecorded Material:

All That I Need Is A Hallway (M/L: Alex Gerber; Murry Roth; Abner Silver) (sheet music only)
The Black Laugh (cut)
The Critics’ Blues (L: John Murray Anderson; Philip Bartholomae)
Gee! I Wish I Was A Caveman’s Kid (M: Earnie Golden; L: Phil Ponce) (sheet music only)
I’ll Sell You A Girl (not in programs)
I’m Ashamed To Look The Moon In the Face (L: John Murray Anderson; Philip Bartholomae) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
I’m Just A Lone Vampire (added for the subsequent tour)
I’m The Hostess Of A Bum Cabaret (L: John Murray Anderson; Philip Bartholomae) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
I’ve A Sweetheart In Each Star (L: John Murray Anderson; Philip Bartholomae)
Moonshine (Is In The Mountain Still) (M: A. Behr; L: Al Herman) (not in programs)
My Little Javanese (L: John Murray Anderson; Philip Bartholomae)
Red, Red As The Rose (L: John Murray Anderson; Philip Bartholomae)
The Stolen Melody
Such A Little Queen (added for the subsequent tour)
Tony Sarg (My Marionette)
True Blue Sal (M/L: Al Herman; Alex Gerber; Abner Silver) (not in programs)