Composer: Jean Schwartz
Lyricist: Harold Atteridge

Opened: April 13, 1922, Winter Garden Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 96

Hootch Rhythm  (L: Alfred Bryan):

1. 78/Columbia A 3621 (The Columbians with the Dance Orchestra De Luxs)
2. 78/Edison 50989 (Broadway Dance Orchestra)

I Go So Far With Sophie (M/L: Abner Silver) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Columbia A 3754 (Eddie Cantor) [reissued on The Columbia Years: 1922-1940, CD/Columbia C2K-57148]
2. Comedy Songs, CD/Audiophile 163 (Ian Whitcomb with The Bluesmen)

I Learned About Women From Her (lyrics based on Rudgard Kipling):

1. A Gay Caballero: Original Recordings 1926-38, CD/Bygone Days BYD 77076 (Frank Crumit) (unverified)

I Love Her-She Loves Me (M/L: Irving Caesar; L: Eddie Cantor) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Edison 50988 (Atlantic Dance Orchestra)
2. 78/Columbia A 3624 (Eddie Cantor with orchestra) [reissued on The Columbia Years: 1922-1940, CD/Columbia C2K-57148]
3. 78/Victor 18902 (Club Royal Orchestra directed by Clyde Doerr)
4. Keyboard Wizards Of The Gershwin Era, Vol. 4, CD/Peral GEMMCD 9204 (Zez Confrey, piano roll)

I’m Hungry For  Beautiful Girls (M: Fred Fisher; L: Wilbur Held; Billy Rose) (not in programs):

1. 78/Columbia A 3624 (Eddie Cantor with orchestra) [reissued on The Columbia Years: 1922-1940, CD/Columbia C2K 57148]
2. 78/Vocalion 14312 (Billy Jones)

Little Rover (Don’t Forget To Come Back Home) (M: Walter Donaldson; L: Gus Kahn) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Gennett 5052 (Lanin’s Famous Players)
2. 78/Gennett 5055 (Ernest Hare with orchestra)
3. 78/Emerson 10581 (Irving Kaufman with orchestra)
4. 78/Brunswick 2387 (Billy Jones with orchestra)
5. 78/Banner 1163 (Hollywood Dance Orchestra)
6. 78/La Belle 1424 (Wallace Downey Dance Orchestra)
7. 78/Victor 19063 (International Novelty Orchestra)
8. 78/Vocalion 14520 (The Criterion Male Quartette)
9. 78/Okeh 4858 (Detroit Arcadia Orchestra)

(Tell Me What’s The Matter) Loveable Eyes:

1. 78/Columbia A 3621 (The Columbians with Dance Orchestra De Luxe)
2. 78/Edison 50989 (Broadway Dance Orchestra)
3. 78/Victor 18902 (Club Royal Orchestra directed by Clyde Doerr)
4. 78/Connorized 3085 (Raderman’s Orchestra)
5. 78/Broadway 11130 (Sergeant Markel, piano, with the Eddie Davis Orchestra)
6. 78/Brunswick 2280 (Oriole Terrace Orchestra)
7. 78/Vocalion 14347 (Leo F. Reisman Orchestra)
8. 78/Bell P 156 (Moulin Rouge Orchestra)

Lovin’ Sam (The Sheik Of Alabam) (M: Milton Ager; L: Jack Yellen) (not in programs; also used in LIZA, SPICE OF 1922, and THE BUNCH AND JUDY):

1. 78/Grey Gull 1131 (Arthur Hall with the Musical Bell Hops)
2. 78/Columbia A 3757 (Nora Bayes)
3. 78/Columbia A 3730 (Ted Lewis and His Band)
4. 78/Gennett 4978 (Billy Jones with the Reser Trio) [also 78/Cardinal 541]
5. 78/Paramount 20171 (Frisco Syncopators)
6. 78/Gramophone 18976 (Miss Patricola with the Virginians directed by Ross Go.) [also 78/Victor 18976; reissue don The Hits Of ’23: Dreamy Melody, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5523]
7. 78/Cameo 291 (Dixie Daisies)
8 . 78/Perfect 7-05-29 (Gene Kardos and His Orchestra) [also 78/Melotone 7-05-29]
9 . 78/Perfect 14069 (Majestic Dance Orchestra) [also 78/Triangle 11174; 78/Path 020858; 78/Puritan 11174]
10. 78/Brunswick 2346 (Margaret Young with orchestra)
11. 78/Okeh 4732 (Guyon’s Paradise Orchestra directed by Jules R. Herbuveaux)
12. 78/Okeh 6024 (Tiny Hill & Ensemble with Tiny Hill and His Orchestra)
13. 78/Banner 1136 (Arthur Fields)
14. 78/Okeh 4792 (Aileen Stanley)
15. 78/Okeh 41305 (Emmett Miller and His Georgia Crackers) [reissued on Minstrel Man From Georgia, CD/Columbia Legacy 66999]
16. 78/Regal 9380 (Roy Collins’ Orchestra)
17. 78/Vocalion 14447 (Selvin’s Dance Orchestra)
18. 78/Vocalion 4633 (Lois Best with The Champagne Music Of Lawrence Welk)
19. Jim Kweskin, Mountain Railroad 52780 (Jim Kweskin) [reissued on Jim Kweskin Lives Again, CD/Mountain Railroad 52672]
20. The Firehouse Five Plus Two Story, CD/Fantasy 77102 (Firehouse Five Plus Two)
21. King Kong, CD/Heart Times Coffee Cup Studios 7595 (Les Deux Love Orchestra)
22. Canned Heat, CD/Unknown label (Tracy K and Jamie Steinhoff)
23. Love My Stuff, CD/Red House Records RHRCD 239 (Paul Geremia)
24. Carousel Breezes: Seabreeze Park, CD/Dynamic 100 (Wurlitzer Band Organ)
25. Juanita Hall Sings The Blues, CD/Original Jazz Classics/Counterpoint 1928 (Juanita Hall)
26. Young Man With A Horn, CD/Blue Moon BMCD 4110 (Harry James and His Orchestra)’
27. Vampin’ Lady: The Music Of Milton Ager, CD/Sixpence (Joyce Moody)

My Yiddishe Mammy (L: Eddie Cantor; Alex Gerber) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Columbia A 3625 (Irving Kaufman with orchestra) [reissued on The Irving Kaufman Anthology: The Last Recording Pioneer, CD/Archeophone ARCH 5504]
2. The Best Of The Borsht Belt Shows, WJG (S) B8BS-1/2 (Billy Daniels)

Seven Or Eleven, My Dixie Pair O’ Dice (M: Walter Donaldson; L: Lew Brown) (not in programs):

1. 78/Gennett 5071 A (Aileen Stanbley with orchestra)
2. 78/Lincoln 2041 (Velvetone Dance Orchestra)
3. 78/Path 020938 (Fry’s Million Dollar Pier Orchestra)
4. 78/Columbia A 3828 (Dolly Kay)
5. 78/Emerson 10641 (Pennsylvania Syncopators)
6 . 78/Brunswick 2413 (Margaret Young with orchestra)
7. 78/Banner 1186 (Al Bernard with orchestral accompaniment)
8. 78/Apex 8049 (Glantz and His Orchestar)
9 . 78/Okeh 4818 (Sophie Tucker with the Rega Orchestra) [reissued on Jazz Age Hot Momma 1922-1929, CD/Take Two TT 404]
10. 78/Victor 19048 (Billy Murray and Ed Smalle with orchestra)
11. 78/Vocalion 14545 (Ernest Hare with Selvin’s Orchestra)
12. Fletcher Henderson With The Blues Singers, Vol. 2 (1923-1924), CD/Document 5343 (Hannah Sylvester with Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra) (unverified)

The Sheik Of Araby (M: Ted Snyder; L: Harry B. Smith; Francis Wheeler) (not in programs):

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

(I’ll Be In My Dixie Home Again) Tomorrow (M: J. Russel Robinson; L: Roy Turk) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Perfect 12024 (Harry Blake)
2. 78/Okeh 4685 (Markel’s Orchestra)
3. 78/Vocalion 14446 (Emil Coleman and His Montmartre Orchestra)
4. 78/Grey Gull 1127 (Majestic Dance Orchestra)
5. 78/Gennett 4975 (Bailey’s Lucky Seven) [also 78/Starr 9298; 78/Apex 461]
6. 78/Gennett 4976 (Billy Jones with orchestral accompaniment)
7. 78/Perfect 14052 (Hazay Natzy’s Orchestra directed by Jack Green) [also 78/Path 020826]
8 . 78/Triangle 11177 (Arthur Hall with Joe Samuels and His Orchestra)
9. A Blessing To People, CD/Bear Family BCD 16817 (The Dixon Brothers)
10. Edison Diamond Disc Fox Trots, CD/Diamond Cut (City Hall) 307 (Ernest Stevens)

Waikiki, I Hear You Calling Me (M: Harry Ruby; L: Bert Kalmar) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Okeh 4589 (Billy Jones with orchestra)

Where The Bamboo Babies Grow (M: Walter Donaldson; L: Lew Brown) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Columbia A 3715 (Frank Crumit with novelty orchestra)
2. 78/Gramophone B 1525 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Gennett 5004 (Bailey’s Lucky Seven) [also 78/Apex 586]
4. 78/Perfect 14059 (Nazay Natzy’s Orchestra)
5. 78/Brunswick 2362 (Bennie Krueger’s Orchestra)
6. 78/Victor 18986 (The Virginians directed by Ross Gorman)

Unrecorded Material:

20 After 1 (added for the subsequent tour)
Beautiful Ladies (added for the subsequent tour)
Blossom Time (L: Alfred Bryan)
Bouquet Of Girls
(Gay) Butterfly On The Wheel
Cheeky Kiki (M/L: William B. Friedlander)
Desert Rose
Doing The Eddie Cantor (sheet music only)
Don’t (Stop Loving Me Now) (M: James F. Hanley; L: Joe Goodwin; Murray Roth) (not in programs)
The Flapper
Good-Bye Main Street
He Was The Only Man I Ever Loved (M/L: William B. Friedlander)
I’m Wild About Wild Men (L: Alfred Bryan) (sheet music only)
Jazza Painted Jazz Ma Renos (L: Alfred Bryan) (sheet music only)
Kiki Was A Good Girl  (added for the subsequent tour)
The Kingdom For Two  (added for the subsequent tour)
Lamplight Land
The Little Cop Number (added for the subsequent tour)
March Of The Centuries (added for the subsequent tour)
My Beautiful Fragonard Girl  (L: Alfred Bryan)
My Castilian Girl (dropped for the subsequent tour)
The Pierrotts And The Pirretts (added for the subsequent tour)
Princess Beautiful (ballet)
The Sheik (I’m A Sheik)
To Make Them Beautiful Ladies (dropped for the subsequent tour)
The Vermilion Girl (My Vision In Vermillion) (L: Alfred Bryan) (added for the subsequent tour)
When the Wedding Chimes Are Ringing
(The Wedding Ring Don’t Mean A Thing) When You’re Married  (aka “Wedding Blues”) (M/L: Eddie Cantor; Fred Fisher) (sheet music only)
Won’t You Buy A Flower?