Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: May 19, 1936, Vanderbilt Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 192

It Must Be Religion (M/L: Forman Brown):

1. 78/Bluebird B 7014 (Wingy Manon and J. LeMaire with Wingy Mannone and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Wingy Manone And His Orchestra 1937-1938, CD/Classics 952]

It's High Time I Got The Low-Down (M: Joseph Mayer; L: Edward Heyman) (originally written for but not used in NEW FACES OF 1934):

1. The Music Of Broadway: 1935-36, JJA (M) 19831 (Edith Caldwell with the Orville Knapp Orchestra)

My Last Affair (M/L: Haven Johnson) (added after opening; originally used in NEW FACES OF 1934):

1. 78/Decca 1061 (Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight) [also 78/Decca 1062; reissued on The Chronological Ella Fitzgerald 1935-1937, CD/Classics 500]
2. 78/Liberty Music Shop L 198 (Rae Giersdorf with Fairchild and Carroll and Their Orchestra)
3. 78/United Artist UA 509 (Dan Grissom with Gerald Wilson and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Gerald Wilson And His Orchestra 1946-1954, CD/Classics 1444]
4. 78/Swing SW 51 (Herman Chittison, piano)
5. 78/Gramophone B 8651 (Lionel Hampton, vocal, with Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra) [also 78/Victor 25527; reissued on The Complete Lionel Hampton, Vol. 1-2 (1937-1938), CD/RCA 66500]
6. 78/Derby 796 (Sunny Gale with the Eddie Wilcox Orchestra)
7. 78/Decca 1035 (Dan Grissom with Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra) [also 78/Brunswick 02721]
8. 78/Bluebird B 6770 (Tempo King, vocal, with Tempo King and his Kings of Tempo with Queenie Ada Rubin, piano)
9. 78/Brunswick 7840 (Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Billie Holiday Collection, CD/Columbia/Legacy 94463]
10. 78/Aladdin 3120 (Charles Brown and His Band with vocal) [reissued on The Complete Aladdin Recordings Of Charles Brown, CD/Mosaic 153]
11. 78/Vocalion 3449 (Mildred Bailey, vocal, with Mildred Bailey and Her Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Mildred Bailey 1937-1938, CD/Classics 1114]
12. 78/Capitol 2347 (Frances Faye and Her Rhythm conducted by Dave Cavanaugh) [also 45/Capitol F2347; reissued on No Reservations, CD/DRG 8503]
13. 78/Schirmer 501 (Billie Haywood with Cliff Allen, piano)
14. Gotta Give A Little Love, CD/ Gold Mountain GM-80006 (Timmy Thomas) (unverified)
15. Red Alone, CD/Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 11022 (Red Garland)
16. Jump For Joy, CD/RCA 52713 (Joe Williams)
17. The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 1, CD/Pablo PACD-2405-432-2 (Art Tatum, piano)
18. Oh La La Lee, CD/Great Voices GVC 2006 (Peggy Lee)
19. A Band Is Born/Big Band Bash, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 135 (Billy May)
20. The Keith Ingham New York 9 Volume 3, CD/Jump Records 1213 (Keith Ingham New York 9)
21. We Remember Mildred Bailey, CD/Koch Records 8551 (Mavis Rivers and Red Norvo)
22. Our Man Papa Jo!, CD/Denon Records 81757-7047-2 (Jo Jones)
23. My Life, My Friends, My Music, CD/Severn Records 0042 (Sugar Ray & The Bluetones)
24. Ella And Basie!, CD/Verve 8215762 (Ella Fitzgerald and the Count Basie Orchestra)
25. Ella In Japan: 'S Wonderful, CD/Verve BOO15305 (Ella Fitzgerald)

Tonight's The Night (M: Alex Fogarty; L: June Sillman):

1. The Music Of Broadway: 1935-36, JJA (M) 19831 (Leighton Nobel with the Orville Knapp Orchestra)

You'd Better Go Now (aka "You Better Go Now") (M: Irvin Graham; L: Bickley Reichner) (originally used in NEW FACES OF 1934 and subsequently used in UP AND DOING and MASK AND GOWN):

1. 78/Liberty Music Shop L 198 (Rae Giersdorf with Fairchild and Carroll and Their Orchestra)
2. 78/Decca 27840 (Jeri Southern with orchestra directed by Camarata) [reissued on The Very Thought Of You: Decca Recordings 1951-57, CD/Verve 671]
3. 78/Decca 23483 (Billie Holiday with orchestra directed by Bob Haggart) [reissued on The Complete Commodore & Decca Masters, CD/Verve/Hip-O Select/Geffen B0013146-02]
4. 45/Capitol F3698 (Keely Smith with orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle) [reissued on The Capitol Recordings, CD/Bear Family Records BCD 15776]
5. Saloon Singer, Audiophile (S) AP 171/172 (Hugh Shannon, piano and vocals, David Braynard, bass, and Jim Fitzsimon, drums) [reissued as CD/Audiophile ACD-171/172]
6. Tonight At Midnight, Coral (Steve Allen)
7. Makin' Whoopee, Spotlite SPJ9 (Ben Webster)
8. What Do You Know About Love?, Jubilee SDJP-1109 (Della Reese) [reissued on Amen!/What Do You Know About Love?, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 901]
9. My Heart Sings, Columbia CS 8018 (Polly Bergen with orchestra conducted by Luther Henderson) [reissued as CD/Columbia Special Products 8018]
10. At The Crescendo, Capitol ST 1278 (Jeri Southern) [reissued on Jeri Southern Meets Cole Porter/At The Crescendo, CD/ EMI 856057]
11. Savoy Remix, Vol. 2, CD/Savoy Jazz 78959 (James McMilan)
12. Faithfully/Johnny's Mood, CD/Sbme Special Mkts. 5160202 (Johnny Mathis)
13. Feelin' Red, CD/32 Jazz 32091 (Red Garland)
14. Rojo, CD/Fantasy/OJC 7722 (The Red Garland Trio)
15. London Meeting, CD/String Jazz 233852 (Stephane Grappelli and Hank Jones)
16. Feeling + Finesse = Jazz, CD/Atlantic 90140 (Stephane Grappelli)
17. Djano, CD/Emarcy 9843187 (Stephane Grappelli)
18. Bop For Kerouac, CD/Muse MCD-5253 (Mark Murphy)
19. Gentle Jug, Vol. 3, CD/Prestige 24249 (Gene Ammons)
20. My Gentleman Friend, CD/Muse 5534 (Etta Jones)
21. Etta Jones Sings Lady Day, CD/High Note 7078 (Etta Jones)
22. Angel Eyes: Ballads & Slow Jams, CD/Verve 527632 (Jimmy Smith)
23. Deep In A Dream, CD/Enja/Justin Time 3302 (Charlie Mariano)
24. Not Quite A Ballard, CD/Intuition 3373 (Charlile Mariano)
25. You Better Go Now/When Your Heart's On Fire, CD/Jasmine Records 602 (Jeri Southern)
26. Schumann's Favored Bar Songs, CD/Winter & Winter 152 (Fumio Yasuda)
27. Temptation, CD/Venus Jazz TKCV 35098 (Steve Kuhn)
28. Original Westcoaster, CD/Fresh Sound FSR 2250 (Buddy Collette)
29. Stairway To The Stars: The Complete Polydor Recordings 1954-1958, CD/Bear Family Records BCD 16307 (Caterina Valente)
30. The Chronological Beryl Booker 1946-1952, CD/Classics 1415 (Beryl Booker)
31. Standard Deviation, CD/CIMP 186 (Paul Smoker)
32. The Summer Of '55, CD/Savoy Jazz 17063 (Cannonball Adderley)
33. That's Nat Adderley, CD/Columbia 53409 (Nat Adderley)
34. Blues In The Night, CD/Venus 35154 (New York Trio)
35. Nobody Sees Me Cry: The Best of The Columbia Years, CD/Collectables 6688 (Diahann Carroll)
36. Live At The Montreal Bistro, CD/Candid 79726 (Gene DiNovi)
37. Bare: A Collection Of Ballads, CD/Mad-Kat Records 1007 (Madeline Eastman)
38. Sophisticated Lady, CD/Chase Music Group 8073 (Sandi Shoemake)
39. Look Out! It's Joanie Sommers, CD/Studio West 106 (Joanie Sommers)
40. Mask And Gown, CD/AEI 40 (T.C. Jones)
41. That Old Black Magic, CD/Setco (Billy Daniels)
42. Comping Up For Air, CD/Unknown label 1250 (Kathleen Lee)
43. South To A Warmer Place, CD/Sunnyside 1039 (Meredith d'Ambrosio)
44. A Scot In L.A., CD/Roger Cairns 5858 (Roger Cains)
45. Sweet And Saxy, CD/Savant 422103 (Pamela Luss)
46. Woman Talk, CD/Mainstream 706 (Carmen McRae)
47. Rare Live Recordings 1934-1959, CD/ESP-Disk 4040 (Billie Holiday)
48. Glengarry Glen Ross, CD/Elektra 61384 (Shirley Horn)
49. It's Magic, CD/Prestige Records CDPC 5007 (Buddy Greco)
50. Fools Rush In, CD/ Toshiba EMI 6859 (Monica Lewis)
51. Stand By For Music, CD/Magic 85 (Jeri Southern with Jerry Gray and His Band of Today)
52. Joy Adams Sings The Jazz Classics, CD/Tahoe Records 0045 (Joy Adams)
53. Time To Swing, CD/DRG 8509 (Dakota Staton)
54. Jazz All Stars: 50's FM Broadcasts, CD/Jazz Hour 3010 (Mister Kelley's Quinchette)
55. Four Gals Sing The Hits, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 57 (Peggy King)
56. Chet Baker And Strings, CD/Legacy 46174 (Chet Baker)
57. Saloon Singer, CD/Audiophile ACD-171/172 (Hugh Shannon with Larry Carr, piano and celeste, Bill Breslin, bass, Marc Messing, drums, and Bobby Hackett, cornet)
58. Songbook, CD/32 Jazz 32105 (Mark Murphy)
59. Jazz At The Philharmonic, CD/PolyGram 521642 (Billie Holiday)
60. Simply Late Night Jazz, CD/Simply 069 (Rodney)
61. Alive!,CD/Columbia Legacy JK 57887 (Carmen McRae)
62. Complete Album Series, CD/Stage Door STAGE 9055 (Pat Suzuki with Ralph Burns and His Orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

Call It A Day (sketch)
Chi-Chi (M: Irvin Graham; L: June Sillman) (originally titled "We Shriek Of Chic")
Cinderella's Night Out (sketch by Everett Marcy and Leonard Sillman)
Co-Respondent Unknown (sketch)
Dinner At 7:30 (sketch by Homer Fickett and Joseph Alger)
Do-Nuts (M: Reverand Hines Rubel [Hal Raynor]; L: June Sillman) (added after opening)
Entertainment Night At The Cosmopolitan Chess Club (sketch by Mindret Lord)
Five Star Final (sketch by June Sillman and Viola Brothers Shore) (added after opening)
Fred And Ginger (sketch) (added after opening)
Give Me A Song I Can Whistle (M: Alex Fogarty; L: June Sillman)
Gridiron Ghosts (sketch by Ken Nichols and Charles Kemper) (added after opening)
Gypsy Tea Kettle (sketch by Irving Graham)
I Was A Gyp In Egypt (M: Bud Harris; L: Lawrence Harris)
Idiot's Delight (burlesque)
Introduction (M: Martha Caples; L: Nancy Hamilton)
Keeping The Code (sketch by Edwin Meiss)
Little Dove (sketch by Mindret Lord)
Lottie Of The Literati (M: Alex Fogarty; L: Edwin Gilbert)
Love Is A Dancer (M: Muriel Pollock; L: Jean Sothern) (also used in NEW FACES OF 1934)
Manana (sketch by Mindret Lord)
Marian Never Looked Lovelier (sketch by Everett Marcy)
A Marriage Is Arranged (sketch by Mindret Lord)
Miss Mimsey (M/L: Irving Graham; ballet music by Alexander Fogarty)
My Love Is Young (M: Irvin Graham; L: Bickley Reichner)
My Sixty-Second Romance (M: Bud Harris; L: Lawrence Harris) (added after opening; originally used in FOOLS RUSH IN)
New Faces (M: Alex Fogarty; L: Edwin Gilbert)
Off To The Deacon (M: Robert Sour; L: June Sillman)
On Your Toes (burlesque)
The Other Woman (sketch by Mindret Lord)
Pelleas And Melisande (sketch by Martin Jones, Desmond Hallaran, and Leonard Sillman) (added after opening)
Private Lives (sketch by Everett Marcy)
Radio Auditions (sketch by Billy K. Wells) (added after opening)
Scouting A Rumor (sketch by Norman Zeno, Martin Jones, and Leonard Sillman) (added after opening)
The Show Must Go On, Or, Why Vaudeville Never Came Back (sketch by Edwin Gilbert)
Slap My Face (M: Alex Fogarty; L: Edwin Gilbert)
Spain, Spain, Spain (M/L: Harry Clark; The Duncan Sisters) (added after opening)
There Is A Santa Claus (M: Irvin Graham; L: Bickley Reichner)
Too Too Too! (M: Irvin Graham; L: Everett Marcy) (added after opening)
Two Queens (M: Harold Duncan; sketch by James Rennie) (added after opening)
Valiant is The Word For Carrie (sketch) (added after opening)
The Wolf Of Wall Street (sketch by Edwin Gilbert)
Women In The White House (sketch by Mort Lewis)
Your Face is So Familiar (M: Alex Fogarty; L: Edwin Gilbert)