Composer: Elmer Bernstein
Lyricist: Carolyn Leigh

Opened: December 7, 1967, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 220

Note: Only numbers not found on the original Broadway cast album are noted below.

Don't Let A Good Thing Get Away (cut):

1.  Studio demo, No label U4RM-8941 (unknown performer)
A recording by Bing Crosby with orchestra conducted by Ernie Freeman is also known to exist.

Note: A song with the same title and lyrics by Carolyn Leigh but with music by Michael Leonard is known to exist. It is not known at this time the extent to which the lyrics are the same as those used with Bernstein's music. For recordings of the Leigh-Leonard song, see:

1. Young Man Of Manhattan, CD/Harbinger1503 (Eric Comstock) (M: Michael Leonard)
2. Love Is The Thing, CD/Audiophile ACD-314 (Joyce Breach with William Roy, piano)

How Now Dow Jones (cut):

1. Composers' Demo

Music To Their Ears (cut):

1. 45/United Artists UA 50220 (Elmer Bernstein, His Chorus & Orchestra)
2. Composers' Demo

Sea Chanty (cut):

1. Composers' Demo

Tangiers (cut):

1. Composers' Demo

Where You Are (cut; originally written for HOW DO YOU DO, I LOVE YOU):

1. Composers' Demo
2. Studio demo, No label U4RM-8941 (unknown performer)
3. How Now, Dow Jones, RCA Camden (S) CAS-2189 (The Living Voices and orchestra conducted by Bob Armstrong)
4. John Gary On Broadway, RCA Victor (S) LSP-3928 (John Gary with orchestra conducted by Dick Grove)
5. Lost Broadway And More, CDr/Original Cast (Brooke Sunny Moriber with William Zeffiro, piano)

Unrecorded Numbers:

Charlie's Number (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
Crazy Night Ballet
Guess What Charlie (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
I Ain't Got It For The One That's Got It For Me (cut)
It's Gonna Be You (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
Our Little Mid Manhattan Pied A Terre (ASCAP/Library of Congress only)
Status Quo (cut)
Take Me There (cut)
That's Music (cut)
Up In Smoke (cut)
Wall Street Hoedown (cut)
We'll Stand And Cheer (cut)