Composer: Robert Russell Bennett
Lyricist: Owen Murphy; Robert A. Simon

Opened: September 25, 1933, Winter Garden Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 88

If I Love Again (C: Ben Oakland; L: J.P. Murray) (originally used in AMERICANA (1928)):

1. 78/Liberty Music Shop L 301 (Greta Keller with orchestra conducted by Cy Walter) [reissued on Greta Keller And Other Chanteuses, NLM 1989]
2. 78/Capitol 20022 (Paul Weston and His Orchestra) [also 45/Capitol 3F-610; reissued on Music For Dreaming, Melodies & Songs Without Words, CD/Vocalion CDUS 3023]
3. 78/Decca 18843 (Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra) [also 78/Decca 25139; 78/Decca 10331 A; reissued on Swing Tonic: 1939-1946, CD/Jasmine Records 456]
4. 78/Brunswick 6737 (Elmer Feldkamp with Freddy Martin and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Victor 27664 (Artie Shaw and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Artie Shaw And His Orchestra 1941-1942, CD/Classics 1206]
6. 78/Victor 24517 (Bob Lawrence with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
7. 78/V Disc 572 (The Les Paul Trio) [reissued on V-Disc Recordings, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 6667]
8. Sketches By Skitch, RCA (M) LPM-1401 (Skitch Henderson Orchestra)
9. After Dark, Capitol T-699 (Marian McPartland, piano)
10. Hey Look At Me Now, Kapp 3424 (Linda Scott with orchestra conducted by Ray Ellis) (unverified)
11. The Four Most Guitars, Paramount Records ABC-109 (Jimmy Raney)
12. Dakota, Capitol (S) ST-1490 (Dakota Staton)
13. The Music Of Broadway: 1933-34, JJA (M) 19823 (Lee Wiley with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra)
14. Felicia Sanders At The Blue Angel, Columbia (M) CL 654 (Felicia Sanders with Irving Joseph, piano, Norm Jeffries, drums, and Red Callender, bass) [reissued on The Song From Moulin Rouge & Felicia At The Blue Angel, CD/Sepia1073]
15. Back Home Again, Monmouth Evergreen (S) MES/7041 (Lee Wiley with orchestra lead by Rusty Dedrick)
16. Suddenly It's Swing, Liberty 7139 (Si Zentner Orchestra) (unverified)
17. The Street Singer, Audio Fidelity (M) AFLP 1929 (Arthur Tracy)
18. Best Beat Forward, Vik (M) LX-1131 (Diahann Carroll with orchestra conducted by Sid Bass)
19. Life's A Funny Present: More Broadway Flops & Roadkills 1919-1955, CD/Rialto SLRR-9306 (Susan Watson with musical direction by David Holcenberg)
20. The Broadway Musicals Of 1933, CD/Bayview RNBW017 (George Dvorsky with the Ross Patterson Little Big Band)
21. Funny Lady, CD/Arista 07822-19006-2 (Barbra Streisand)
22. Incomparable!, CD/Universal 589516 (Anita O'Day with orchestra conducted by Bill Holman)
23. Classic Album Collection, Vol. 1, CD/Collectables 105 (Andy Williams)
24. Sophisticated Swing: The EmArcy Small Group Sessions, CD/PolyGram 528408 (Cannonball Adderley)
25. The Complete Norman Granz Master Takes, CD/Definitive Classics DRCD 11273 (Charlie Parker)
26. Brownie: The Complete EmArcy Recordings Of Clifford Brown, CD/Emarcy 838306 (Clifford Brown)
27. The Transition Sessions, CD/Blue Note 40528 (Donald Byrd)
28. The Essential Judy Garland, CD/Capitol 59451 (Judy Garland)
29. The Lou Donaldson Quartet/Quintet/Sextet, CD/Blue Note 81537 (Lou Donaldson) (unverified)
30. I Think Of You With Every Breath I Take, CD/Savoy Jazz 233 (Marlene Ver Planck) (unverified)
31. The Magnificent Thad Jones, CD/Blue Note B2-46814 (Thad Jones)
32. I Wanna Be Around, CD/Columbia 66504 (Tony Bennett)
33. The Best Of Tony Martin: The Mercury Years, CD/Mercury 532875 (Tony Martin)
34. The Lady Must Live, CD/After 9 2019 (Daryl Sherman)
35. The Talented Touch, CD/Toshiba EMI 9477 (Hank Jones)
36. Love In Our Key, CD/IRIS IR0977 (Stephen Patric)
Radio transcriptions performed by Gwen Williams and Bob Hannon, the Norman Cloutier Orchestra, and the Wladimir Selinsky Sinfonietta are also known to exist.

Sextette ("Tell Me, Pretty Maiden" from FLORODORA) (C: Leslie Stuart; L: Owen Hall):

1. 78/Meteor 1106 (Meteor Light Opera Company)
2. 78/Columbia A 6158 (Columbia Light Opera Company)
3. 78/Decca 2442 (Will Osborne and Lynn Davis with Will Osborne and His Orchestra)
4. 78/Victor 1799 (Florodora)
5. 78/Victor 1362 (Miss Spencer and Mr. MacDonough) [also 78/Victor 16061]
6. 78/Victor 2915/6167 (Vess Ossman, banjo solo) [also 78/Victor 3049]
7. 78/Brunswick 5010 (Brunswick Light Opera Company)
8. 78/Victor 31817 (Victor Light Opera Company) [reissued on Music from the New York Stage 1890-1920, Vol. 1: 1890-1908, CD/Pearl 9050]
9. 78/Victor 26545 (Victor Mixed Chorus with instrumental accompaniment directed by Emile Cot)
10. 78/Victor 35451 (Victor Light Opera Company)
11. 78/Victor 27407 (Barry Wood and The Four King Sisters with Orchestra)
12. 78/Path 22372 (Path Light Opera Company)
13. 78/Vocalion 14065 (Florodora Sextette with the Aeolian Light Opera Company)
14. 78/Columbia A 128 (Columbia Orchestra)
15. 78/Columbia 9093 (Leslie Stuart, piano)
16. 78/HMV 04534 (Light Opera Company) (unverified)
17. 78/HMV C-2253 (Light Opera Company) (unverified)
18. 78/Brunswick 20021 (Brunswick Light Opera Company) (unverified)
19. 78/Columbia A-5326 (Columbia Light Opera Company) (unverified)
20. 78/Columbia DX-126 (Columbia Light Opera Company) (unverified)
21. 78/Berliner 4524 (Florodora chorus with Leslie Stuart, Paul Rubens, and Landon Ronald, pianos) [reissued on Floradora, CD/Opal CD-9835]
22. 78/Columbia A-485 (Florodora girls with piano) [reissued on Music From The New York Stage Vol. 1: 1890-1908, CD/Pearl GEMM CDS 9050-2]
23. 78/Columbia 7" 647 (Florodora girls)
24. CYL/Columbia 31604 (Florodora girls) [reissued on Floradora, Opal 835]
25. Music From Shubert Alley, Sinclair OSS-2250 (Ray Walston with orchestra conducted by Vic Schoen)
26. The Drunkard, Audio-Drama (M) 3075 (unknown performer)
27. Musical Comedy's Golden Days, All About Music (S) ABK 12 (Beth Boyd, Bryan Corrie and Chorus with musical direction by Victor Graham)
28. Antique Music Box Collection, Vol. 9, CD/Mainya (unknown performer)
29. Zipp!, CD/Must Close Saturday Records MCSR3023 (Gyles Brandreth)
30. Sing-A-Long Favourites, CD/EMI 8735922 (George Mitchell Minstrels)
31. Treasures Of Operetta III, CD/Chandos CHAN 8759 (Marilyn Hill Smith and Peter Morrison with the Chandos Concert Orchestra conducted by Stuart Barry)
Radio transcriptions performed by the Master Singers and the World Light Opera Company are also known to exist.

Swapping Sweet Nothings With You:

1. The Broadway Musicals Of 1933, CD/Bayview RNBW017 (Mark Coffin and Mary Testa with the Ross Patterson Little Big Band)

Unrecorded Material:

Ballet At The Casino Theatre (dance)
Cotillion At The Waldorf-Astoria (dance)
Do You?
Finale (Act 1)
Finale (Act 2)
Flea Circus Ballet (dance)
The Fuller Construction Company's Latest Model Recording Orchestra (scene)
Galloping Through The Park
Good Evening, Mr. Man In The Moon
Happy Little Weekend [Week-end]
High Shoes
Hold Your Horses (C: Louis Alter; L: Arthur Swanstrom)
I Guess I Love You
I'd Like To Take You Home To Meet My Mother
Opening Of Nigger Mike's - Old Time Songs (scene)
Old Man Subway
Peanuts And Kisses
Singing To You (C: Ben Oakland and Margot Millham; L: Robert A. Simon and Margo Millham)
Stay Out Of The Moonlight (added during the run)
Take Me In Your Arms (added during the run and later replaced with "Stay Out of The Moonlight)