Composers: Owen Murphy; Lew Pollack; Jean Schwartz
Lyricists: Harold Atteridge; James Hussey

Opened: August 17, 1921, Century Roof Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 26

Note: An earlier version of this show was called TATTLE TALES.  Out of town this show was called THE WHIRL OF THE TOWN.

Chicago (M: Lew Pollack; L: Sidney Clare):

1. 78/Good Time Jazz 71 (Clancy Hayes with Bob Scobey’s Frisco Band) [reissued on The Scobey Story, Vol. 1, CD/Good Time Jazz GTJCD-12032-2]
2. Mr. Smith Goes To Town, GNP (Paul Smith) [reissued on Romantic Piano, CD/Fine Tune 1133]

Weep No More, My Mammy (M: Lew Pollack; L: Sidney Clare):

1. 78/Grey Gull 2071 (Arthur Fields with orchestra)
2. 78/Path 020622 (Bennie Krueger and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Puritan 11084 (Yerkes’ Jazzarimba Orchestra) [also 78/Banner 1002]
4. 78/Gennett 4808 A (A. Gentile’s Dance Orchestra)
5. 78/Cleartone 105 (Ernest Hare with orchestral accompaniment)
6. 78/Cleartone 106 (Louis Cohen and His Orchestra)
7. 78/Columbia A 3519 (Ray Miller and His Black and White Melody Boys)
8. 78/Columbia A 3500 (Vernon Dalhart with orchestra) [reissued on 1922:  An Angel’s Voice I Hear, CD/Archeophone ARCH 9007]
9. 78/Okeh 4513 (Aileen Stanley with orchestra)
10. 78/Victor 18825 (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
11. 78/Brunswick 2177 (Carl Fenton’s Orchestra)
12. 78/Victor 18847 (Peerless Quartet with orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

Any Night On Old Broadway (M: Jean Schwartz; L: Harold Atteridge) (ASCAP also credits Otto Motzan and Sigmund Romberg)
Baby Vampire (L: Harold Atteridge; James Husey; Owen Murphy)
Bridget McShane
Broadway Pirates (M: Lew Pollack; L: Sidney Clare)
Daddy Buy Me A Bow Wow
Daisy Days
Fine Feathers
Gay Brazilian
Knee Dance
Ma Femme
(Those) Mason Dixon Blues (M: Archie Gottler; L: Howard Johnson)
Midnight Rounders
Mighty Like A Rosenbloom
Moth And The Flame
My Screen Maid
Old Fashioned Sweetheart
A Posty And A Maid
Rose Of The Rotisserie
Shakespeare’s Garden Of Love
Star Of Love
Tennis Terpischorean
Waiter’s Dance
(In) Watermelon Time (M: Archie Gottler; L: Howard Johnson)
When The Statues Come To Life