Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: July 15, 1941, Center Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 386

(Shout Wherever You May Be) I Am An American (M/L: Leonard Whitcup; Ira Schuster; Paul Cunningham):

1. 78/Decca 3323 (Dick Robertson and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Bluebird B 10783 (Meredith Blake, A. Perry and Chorus with Gray Gordon & His Tic-Toc Rhythm)
3. 78/Okeh 5701 (Howard Du Lany and Irene Daye with Gene Krupa and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Gene Krupa and His Orchestra 1940, Vol. 2, CD/Classics 883]
4. 78/Columbia 35643 (Ensemble with Horace Heidt and his Musical Knights) (unverified)

The Moon Fell In The River (M: Peter DeRose; L: Mitchell Parish) (also used in IT HAPPENS ON ICE (SECOND EDITION)):

1. 78/Columbia 35764 (Jimmy Valentine with Will Bradley and His Orchestra featuring Ray McKinley)
2. 78/Decca 3481 (Connie Boswell) 78/Decca 15050 (Ruby Newman and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Bluebird B 10914 (Vaughn Monroe, vocal, with Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra)
4. 78/Okeh 5884 (Helen Hume with Count Basie and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Count Basie And His Orchestra, CD/Classics 563]
5. 78/Okeh 5840 (Ray Olson with Ray Herbeck and His Music With Romance)
6. 78/Victor 27203 (Bob Allen with Hal Kemp and His Orchestra)
7. Count Basie: Volume 1 (1936-40) - The Alternative Takes In Chronological Order, CD/Neatwork 2038 (Helen Hume with Count Basie and His Music With Romance)

Pavanne (from "American Symphonette No. 2") (M: Morton Gould) (also used in IT HAPPENS ON ICE (SECOND EDITION)):

1. 78/Decca 23201 (Morton Gould, piano)
2. 78/Columbia 35700 (Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra) [also 78/Parlophone R 2778]
3. 78/Decca 2555 (Russ Morgan and his Orchestra "Music in the Morgan Manner")
4. 78/ Bluebird B 10286 (Glenn Miller and His Orchestra) [also 78/Victor 20-2411; 78/Victor 420-0042; 45/Victor 447-0042]
5. 78/Brunswick M 8286 (Phil Lang and His Orchestra)
6. 78/Vocalion 5200 (Adrian Rollini Trio)
7. 78/Victor 4456 (Roger Voisin with the Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler) [also 45/Victor 49-1429; 45/Victor WEPR-26]
8. Morton Gould in Concert, 78/Columbia C96 (Morton Gould & His Orchestra) [reissued on Interplay/Morton Gould Showcase, CD/Vocalion 3030 (Morton Gould and His Orchestra)]
9. Charmaine, CD/Living Era 5500 (Mantovani and His Orchestra)
10. The Golden Age of Light Music: Musical Kaleidoscope, Vol. 1, CD/Guild Light Music 5139 (unknown performer)
11. Morton Gould: American Symphonette Nos. 2 & 3; Concerto for Orchestra; Interplay; Chorale & Fugue in Jazz, CD/Albany Music 1174 (Albany Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Allen Miller)
12. Morton Gould: A Tribute, CD/Albany Music 202 (London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Kenneth Klein)
13. Morton Gould, CD/Albany Music 013 (Louisville Orchestra)
14. After Hours, CD/Marquis Classics 81153 (James Campbell, clarinet, with the Gene DeNovi Trio)
15. The Music Of Morton Gould, CD/Delos 3166 (Seattle Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gerard Schwarz)
16. The American Album, CD/RCA 60778 (St. Louis Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin)
17. The Age Of Living Stereo: A Tribute To John Pfeiffer, CD/RCA 68524 (unknown orchestra)
18. Soloists Of The Orchestra III, CD/CSO 7 (Chicago Symphony Orchestra)
19. Main Street USA, CD/Channel Crossings 9896 (New Century Saxophone Quartet)
20. From Bach To Piazzolla, CD/Centaur Records 2748 (Israel Flute Ensemble)
21. Classics Go Jazz, CD/ BMG 68695 (unknown orchestra)
22. Beachcomber: Encore For Band, CD/Reference Recordings 62 (Dallas Wind Symphony conducted by Frederick Fennell)
23. American Light Classics, CD/Hyperion 67067 (New London Orchestra conducted by Ronald Corp)
Unverified radio transcriptions performed by the Art Van Damme Quintet and The Music of Manhattan conducted by Norman Cloutier are also known to exist.

Tonight We Love (Concerto In B Flat Minor) (M: Tschaikowsky adapted by Ray Austin and Freddy Martin; L: Bobby Worth):

1. 78/Columbia 36436 (Cugat Chorus and piano solo by Raoul, with Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra)
2. 78/Columbia 36414 (Jane Froman with orchestra conducted by Al Goodman) [reissued on My Heart Speaks, CD/Jasmine Records 107]
3. 78/Decca 3988 (Tony Martin with orchestra conducted by David Rose) [also 78/Decca 25273; reissued on Tony Martin, CAS/MCA Records MCAC-1515; I'll See You In Your Dreams, CD/ ASV/Living Era 5433]
4. 78/Bluebird 11320 (Clyde Rogers with Freddy Martin and His Orchestra) [reissued on Best Of The Big Band Era: 1942, CD/BMG Special Products 44548]
5. 78/Victor 27618 (Joe Reichman and His Orchestra)
6. 78/Victor 20-2869 (Town Criers & Sentimentalists with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [reissued on They Also Sang With Tommy Dorsey, CD/Jazz Band 2167]
7. 45/Decca 25723 (Freddy Martin and His Orchestra) [also 45/Victor DTAO-3006] 45EP/Decca ED500 (Carmen Cavallaro) [reissued on Stairway to the Stars: More Cocktail Piano Favorites, CD/Jasmine Records 430]
8. Melodies From The Classics, London Phase 4 (S) (SP-44300 (Ronnie Aldrich) [reissued on Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos/Melodies From The Classics, CD/Dutton Vocalion 4230]
9. Song Hits Of 1941, MCA Coral (Nat Brandwyne Orchestra)
10. Billy Vaughn Plays The Million Sellers, Dot DLP-3119 (Billy Vaughn Orchestra) [reissued on Sail Along Silv'ry Moon, CD/Bear Family 15970]
11. Classics With A Chaser, RCA (S) LSP-2119 (Caterina Valente with the Werner Muller Orchestra) [reissued on Superfonics, CD/RCA 98612]
12. The Hits Of Freddy Martin, CD/Capitol C2-91222 (Freddy Martin)
13. Anchors Aweigh, Great Movie Themes 60003 (Jose Iturbi and Frank Sinatra)
14. Romance With Beethoven, Bach . . . And Salena Jones, CD/JVC 61157 (Salena Jones)
15. Full Moon & Empty Arms, CD/Readers' Digest 15731 (Romantic Strings)
16. Teddy Stauffer's Original Teddies, Vol. 3, CD/Elite Special (Teddy Stauffer's Original Teddies)
17. CD-Tempo, CD/Discmakers (Lou Haskins Orchestra)
18. World's Only Living Bazooka Player!, CD/Ormly Gumfudgin (Ormly Gumfudgin)
19. Hits Of The 50s & 60s, CD/Alshire SPL2 (101 Strings)
20. The Legend Of Apple Jack, CD/Hit Thing 010 (Toby Dammit)
21. Classic Moderne, CD/DT. Moderne (Classic Moderne)
22. I Touch The Stars, CD/Fim 33 (Ayako Hosokawa & The Shota Osabe Ensemble)
Recordings by Stuart Foster with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and Alan Dale with the Ray Bloch Orchestra are also known to exist.
Note: No attempt has been made to provide complete discological information for the underlying classical music composition.

The Waiter And The Porter And The Upstairs Maid (M/L: Johnny Mercer) (originally used in the film BIRTH OF THE BLUES):

1. 78/Decca 25408 (Bing Crosby, Mary Martin, and Jack Teagarden with Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra) [also 78/V Disc 542; reissued on Mary Martin: The Decca Years 1938-1946, CD/Koch International 7906]
2. 78/Okeh 6432 (Phil Brito & Ensemble with Al Donahue and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Best Of Al Donahue, CD/Collectables 7684]
3. 78/Bluebird B 11295 (Johnny Bond with Mitchell Ayres and His Fashions-In-Music)
4. 45/Parlophone 45-R 4639 (The King Brothers with the Rita Williams Singers and Geoff Love and his Orchestra)
5. Johnny Mercer Sings, JJA (M) 19775 (Johnny Mercer with Robert Alda and Constance Moore)
6. Black Moonlight Vol. 8, CD/Documents (Buddy Cole Trio)
7. Dream: The Lyrics And Music Of Johnny Mercer, CD/LML Music LML CD-203 (Paul Keith, Lesli Marghertia, and Henry Polic II with musical direction by Ron Abel)
8. Journey To A Star, CD/Empress Music 811 (Geraldo and His Orchestra)
9. The R.A.F. Dance Band (1944-1946), CD/Hep (The Squadronaires)
10. Jack Hits The Road (1938-1943), CD/Proper 1418 (Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra)
11. This Heart Of Mine, CD/Jack Doyle (Jack Doyle)
12. Bobby Gorden Plays Bing, CD/Arbors 19172 (Bobby Gorden)
13. The Early Years, CD/JSP 954 (George Shearing)
14. Watch Out, CD/Blue Swing 005 (BED)
15. Swing, CD/Unknown label (Charlie and His Orchestra)

The Waltz Of Memory (M: John Burger; L:Pierre Norman):

1. 78/Decca 18360 (Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra) [also 78/Decca 10021; reissued on The Chronological Bing Crosby, Vol. 33: 1942, CD/Jonzo]
2. 78/Victor 27892 (Vaughn Monroe, vocal, with Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Night Is Young, CD/Flare]
A radio transcription performed by Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra is also known to exist

What's On The Penny (M: Fred E. Ahlert; L: Al Stillman) (also used in IT HAPPENS ON ICE (SECOND EDITION)):

1. 78/Decca 15050 (Ruby Newman and His Orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

As Good As Gold (M: John Gerald; L: David Greggory)
Better Late Than Never (M: John Gerald; L: David Greggory) (added during the run)
Between You, Me And The Lamp Post (M: Fred E. Ahlert; L: Al Stillman) (also used in IT HAPPENS ON ICE (FIRST EDITION))
Cubana (M/L: Joe Linz; Pembroke Davenport)
The Lonely Lamp (M: John Gerald; L: David Greggory)
Long Ago (M: Vernon Duke; L: Al Stillman) (also used in IT HAPPENS ON ICE (FIRST EDITION))
So What Goes (M: Fred E. Ahlert; L: Al Stillman) (also used in IT HAPPENS ON ICE (FIRST EDITION))