(Play with songs)

Composer: Various
Lyricist: E. Ray Goetz

Opened: August 28, 1923, Lyceum Theatre, N.Y.C.;  April 15, 1925, Wyndham’s Theatre, London
Performances: 175 (N.Y.C.); 13 (London)

I Won’t Say I Will (But I Won’t Say I Won’t) (M: George Gershwin; L: B.G. DeSylva; Ira Gershwin):

1. 78/Victor 19199 (Irene Bordoni with piano accompaniment) [reissued on I Got Rhythm: The Music Of George Gershwin, CD/Smithsonian RD 107-1/2/3/4]
2. 78/Decca 11004 (Ida James and the Ellis Larkins Trio)
3. The Gershwin Years, Decca (M) DXZ 160 (Paula Stewart with orchestra conducted by George Bassman)
4. The George Gershwin Songbook Volume 1, CD/Emarcy 846 895-2 (Sarah Vaughan with Jimmy Jones, piano, and orchestra conducted by Hal Mooney)
5. The Basie Boogie, CD/Sounds Of Yesteryear DSOY 671 (Count Basie)
6. Jubilee Shows No. 26 & 32, Vol. 8, CD/Storyville 5011008 (Count Basie Orchestra)

So This Is Love (M: E. Ray Goetz):

1. 78/Victor 19199 (Irene Bordoni with Burton Brown, piano)
2. 78/Edison 51273 R (Kaplan Melodists)
3. 78/Path 021074 (Fry’s Million Dollar Pier Orchestra)
4. 78/Emerson 10678 (Epp’s Hotel Astor Orchestra)
5. 78/Columbia 13 D (Paul Specht and His Orchestra)
6. 78/Victor 19162 (Troubadours)
7. 78/Vocalion 14690 (Selvin’s Orchestra)

Who’ll Buy My Violets? (La Violetera) (M: Jose Padilla):

I have not attempted to compile discographical information for this standard.

Unrecorded Material:

The Gondola And The Girl (M: Paul Rubens; L: Percy Graham Paul; E. Ray Goetz)