Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: September 25, 1923, Fulton Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 47

At  Half Past Seven (M: George Gershwin; L: B.G. DeSylva) (same music as "Some Far-Away Someone" from PRIMROSE):

1. 78/Columbia 9005 (Percy Heming and Margery Hicklin with the Winter Garden Theatre Orchestra conducted by John Ansell) (as "Some Far-Away Someone") [reissued on The Ultimate George Gershwin - Volume I, CD/Pearl GEM 0113]
2. 78/Columbia 9006 (Winter Garden Theatre Orchestra conducted by John Ansell) (as "Some Far-Away Someone")   [reissued on British Musical Comedies By American Composers (1912-1935), JJA Records (M) 19794]
3. 78/HMV C-1180 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by George W. Byng) (as "Some Far-Away Someone") 
4. Vic Damone Sings Romantic Favorites, CD/Sepia Records 1021 (Vic Damone) (as "At Half Past Seven")
5. What Is Love?, CD/DRG 91401 (Andrea Marcovicci with musical direction by Glenn Mehrbach) (as "Faraway Someone")

Little Brown Jug (M/L: Frank Crumit) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Victor 24092 (Frank Crumit with orchestra) [reissued on Gay Caballero, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5457]

Nashville Nightingale (M: George Gershwin; L: Irving Caesar):

1. 78/Victor 19492 (Waring’s Pennsylvanians) [reissued on Fascinating Rhythm: The Broadway Gershwin 1919-1933, CD/BMG 09026 63294-2]
2. 78/Everybodys 1024 (Chic Winters Orchestra) [also 78/Broadway 11423]
3. 78/Perfect 14348 (Golden Gate Orchestra)
4. 78/Brunswick 2539 (Marion Harris with orchestra)
5. Songs Of George & Ira Gershwin 1920’s Volume One, Mark56 Records (M) 799 (The Seven)
6. George Gershwin Revisited, MGM E-4375 OC (Bobby Short with musical direction by Norman Paris) [also Painted Smiles PS-1357; reissued as CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-101]
7. The Memory Of All That: Gershwin On Broadway & In Hollywood, CD/Orchard 1188 (Mary Cleere Haran with Richard Rodney Bennett, piano)
8. Gershwin Live!, CD/B.A.S.E. CD-9001 (Bill Wright, piano and voice)
9. Memory Of All That: A Celebration Of Gershwin, CD/Kopaesthetics 104 (Spider Saloff)
10. Red Nichols On Edison 1924-1927, CD/Jazz Oracle BDW 8007 (Red Nichols)
11. Tribute, CD/DRG 91493 (Barbara Cook)
12. Barbara Cook At The Met With Special Guests, CD/DRG DRGCD 91497 (Barbara Cook)
13. If I Had You, CD/Merrymakers 15 (Don Neely’s Royal Society Jazz Orchestra)
14. Moroccan Moods Of Gershwin, CD/Consolidate Artists Productions CAP 958 (Liz Magnes)
15. Keyboard Wizards Of The Gershwin Era, Vol. 3, CD/Pearl GEMMCD 9203 (Arden & Ohman, pianos)
16. Ray Starita And The Piccadilly Revels Band: 1927-1928, CD/Mellotone Records MELLO 011 (Ray Starita and The Piccadilly Revels Band)

Sweet Alice (M/L: Frank Crumit) (sheet music only; also used in ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1923]:

1. 78/Victor 19236 (Frank Crumit)

That Bran’ New Gal O’ Mine (M: Harry Akst; Gus Van; L: Benny Davis; Joe Schenck) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Columbia 6-D (Gus Van and Joe Schenck with orchestral accompaniment)
2. 78/Gennett 5300 (Bailey’s Lucky Seven)
3. 78/Cameo 507 (Ernest Carle’s Society Players)
4. 78/Banner 1309 (Original Memphis Five) [also 78/Regal 9601]
5. 78/Victor 19216 (Gerbert-Davis Orchestra)
6. 78/Yerkes Dance Records 3101 (Yerkes Famous Flotilla Orchestra)
7. 78/Edison 51282 (Broadway Dance Orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

Are You Here Maggie Mooney Are You Here? (M: Worton David; L: C.W. Murphy)
The Beast And The Beauties
Calico Days (M/L: Eubie Blake; Ray Perkins; Noble Sissle) (cut after opening)
The Fabric Of Dreams (M: Raymond Hubbell; L: B.G. DeSylva; Ira Gershwin)
Finale (Act 2)
If You Will Marry Us We’ll Stroll Beneath The Babbling Brook  (Beside And Babbling Brook) (M: Harry Ruby; L: Bert Kalmar) (sheet music only)
Mr. Butterfly (sketch with music by Raymond Hubbell)
The Old Gray Owl (M/L: Unknown) (sheet music only)
An Old-Time Tune (M: Gus Van; L: Joe Schenck)
Opening Chorus (Grinding Out A Revue) (M: Harry Ruby; L: Bert Kalmar)
Sam Bernard (M: Harry Ruby; L: Bert Kalmar)
When I Have Become A Social Butterfly (M: Harry Ruby; L: Bert Kalmar) (cut)
When It’s Snowing In Hawaii (M/L: Frank Crumit)
Where Are The Old Pals Of Yesterday (M: Gus Van; L: Joe Schenck)