LADY MARY



Composer: Albert Sirmay
Lyricist: Harry Graham; Leo Robin

Opened: February 23, 1928, Daly's Theatre, London
Performances: 181

Note: A complete song list is not available at this time. An unknown selection also appears on 78/HMV C1478 (New Mayfair Orchestra).


The Bulldog Breed:

1. 78/Columbia 9419 (British Light Opera Company conducted by Charles Prentice) [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Columbia 4884 (Herbert Mundin and Chorus with the London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)


Calling Me Home (M: Phil Charig; Joseph Mayer; Albert Sirmay):

1. 78/ Columbia 9419 (British Light Opera Company conducted by Charles Prentice) [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Columbia 9418 (London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)
3. 78/Columbia 9420 (Helen Gilliland and Chorus with the London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)
4. 78/Brunswick 157 (Fred Elizalde and His Music)
5. 78/Columbia 4764 (Fred Rich and His Hotel Astor Orchestra)
6. 78/Vocalion 248 (Theatre Chorus and Orchestra)
7. City Of Dreams: Rediscovered Gems From The Early Days Of Musical Theatre Vol. II, CD/Operetta Archives OA 1013 (Peter Halverson with Victoria  Kirsch, piano)


(I'll) Go Where You Go (M: Phil Charig; Albert Sirmay):

1. 78/ Columbia 9419 (British Light Opera Company conducted by Charles Prentice) [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Columbia 9418 (London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)


If You're A Friend Of Mine (M: Jerome Kern; L: Graham John) (also used in the 1976 revival of VERY GOOD EDDIE; same melody as "In Love With Love" from STEPPING STONES and "Die Susse Pariserin" from DIE BALLKONIGIN):

1. 78/Columbia 9419 (British Light Opera Company conducted by Charles Prentice) [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Columbia 9420 (Helen Gilliland and Chorus with the London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)
3. 78/Columbia 9418 (London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)
4. 78/Vocalion 248 (Theatre Chorus and Orchestra)
5. Very Good Eddie, DRG 6100 (Virginia Seidel and Charlee Repole with orchestra conducted by Lynn Crigler) [reissued as CD/DRG 61003]


I've Got A Feeling For Somebody (M: Phil Charig; Albert Sirmay):

1. 78/ Columbia 9419 (British Light Opera Company conducted by Charles Prentice) [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Columbia 9418 (London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)
3. 78/Columbia 4765 (The Kit-Cat Band)
4. 78/Vocalion 248 (Theatre Chorus and Orchestra)


The One You Care For (M: Charles Rosoff; Albert Sirmay):

1. 78/ Columbia 9419 (British Light Opera Company conducted by Charles Prentice) [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Columbia 9418 (London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)
3. 78/Columbia 4884 (Helen Gilliland with the London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)


What About Me?:

1. 78/Columbia 9419 (British Light Opera Company conducted by Charles Prentice) [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Columbia 4764 (Fred Rich and His Hotel Astor Orchestra)
3. 78/Columbia 9418 (London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)
4. 78/Vocalion 248 (Theatre Chorus and Orchestra)



Why Should I Feel Lonely (M: Phil Charig; Joseph Meyer; Albert Sirmay):

1. 78/Columbia 9419 (British Light Opera Company conducted by Charles Prentice) [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Columbia 4885 (George Grossmith with the London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice) [reissued on George Grossmith Volume Two, CD/Palaeophonics 86]
3. 78/Columbia 4765 (Piccadilly Revels Band)
4. 78/Columbia 9418 (London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice)
5. 78/Vocalion 248 (Theatre Chorus and Orchestra)


You Came Along (M: Phil Charig; Joseph Meyer) (originally used in JUST FANCY!):

1. 78 Columbia 9419 (British Light Opera Company conducted by Charles Prentice) [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-35), JJA (M) 19794]
2. 78/Columbia 4885 (George Grossmith with the London Theatre Orchestra conduced by Charles Prentice) [reissued on George Grossmith Volume Two, CD/Palaeophonics 86]
3. 78/Victor 21082 (Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra)
4. 78/HMV B5447 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra)


You Can't Have My Sugar For Tea (M/L: Harry Graham; Bert Kalmar; Harry Ruby) (ASCAP/Library Of Congress only):

1. 78/Brunswick 157 (Fred Elizalde and His Music)
2. 78/HMV B5447 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Vocalion 248 (Theatre Chorus and Orchestra)