Composer: Jean Schwartz
Lyricist: Alfred Bryan

May 3, 1927, Century Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 174

Did You Mean It? (M: Phil Baker; Abe Lyman; L: Phil Baker; Sid Silvers) (added after opening):

1. 78/Victor 21116 (Marion Harris with Phil Baker, accordion) [reissued on The Complete Victor Releases, CD/Archeophone 5001]
2. 78/HMV B-2688 (Grace Hayes)
3. 78/Columbia 1199 D (Lee Morse with novelty accompaniment) [reissued on Memories Of Old Broadway, CD/Take Two TT510CD]
4. 78/Diva 2527 (The Astorites) [also 78/Harmony 527]
5. 78/Regal 8438 (Irving Kaufman with Markel’s Society Favorites) [also 78/Domino 4057; 78/Banner 6123]
6. 78/Perfect 14913 (Leroy Montesanti with George Hall’s Arcadians) [also 78/Path 36732]
7. 78/Perfect 12392 (Jay C. Flippen and His Gang)
8. 78/Columbia 1177 D (Frank Harris with Vincent Rose-Jackie Taylor & Their Hollywood Orchestra)
9. 78/Okeh 40928 (Seger Ellis with the Justin Ring Trio)
10. 78/Okeh 40938 (The Texans with vocal refrain)
11. 78/Victor 21105 (Lewis James and The Virginians)
12. 78/Brunswick 3725 (Eddy Thomas with orchestra)
13. 78/Edison 52156 (Arthur Fields with Joe Green and His Novelty Orchestra)
14. Phil Baker, 78/Decca album 421 (Phil Baker, accordion) [78/Decca 23503]

Four Walls (M: Dave Dreyer; L: Al Jolson; Billy Rose) (sheet music only; subsequently used in HARRY DELMAR’S REVELS):

1. 78/Diva 2572 (The Harmonians) [also 78/Harmony 572 H]
2. 78/Columbia 1283 (Harold Lambert and the Ipana Troubadours)
3. 78/Perfect 14930 (Frank Bessinger with the Deep River Orchestra)
4. 78/Columbia 4720 (Joey Griffith with Fred Rich and His Hotel Astor Orchestra)
5. 78/Cameo 8124 (Marjorie Harcum)
6. 78/Perfect 12410 (Joe Wilbur)
7. 78/Banner 7007 (Ralph Haines with the Missouri Jazz Band)
8. 78/Brunswick 3775 (Al Jolson with W.F. Wirges and His Orchestra) [reissued on Classic Jolson: Great Original Performances: 1926-1932, CD/Robert Parker Jazz 300]
9. 78/Brunswick 3803 (Irving Kaufman with Vincent Lopez and His Casa Lopez Orchestra)
10. 78/Okeh 40975 (Mark Fisher with Ted Shapiro, piano)
11. 78/Columbia 1255 D (Kenneth Sargent with piano accompaniment)
12. 78/Victor 21165 (Johnny Johnson and His Statler Pennsylvanians)
13. 78/Victor 21220 (Franklyn Baur with orchestra)
14. 78/Vocalion 15651 (Elmo Tanner)

Golden Gate (M: Dave Dreyer; Joseph Meyer; L: Al Jolson; Billy Rose) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Brunswick 3775 (Al Jolson with W.F. Wirges and His Orchestra) [reissued on Classic Jolson: Great Original Performances: 1926-1932, CD/Robert Parker Jazz 300]
2. 78/Diva 2578 (Ernie Golden’s Orchestra) [also 78/Harmony 578 H]
3. 78/Lincoln 2783 (Saboy Plaza Dance Orchestra with vocal refrain) [also 78/Romeo 552]
4. 78/Perfect 14936 (Frank Bessinger with Nicholas Orlando and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Decca 24107 (Al Jolson with orchestra directed by Morris Stoloff) [reissued on Rainbow ‘Round My Shoulder, Decca (SE) DL 79036]
6. 78/Decca 2435 (The Century Quartet with Abe Lyman and His Californians)
7. 78/Brunswick 3812 (Lucas Brothers with Herb Wiedoeft and His Orchestra)
8. 78/Victor 21427 (Johnny Marvin with orchestra)
9. 78/Victor 21310 (Lewis, Bradshaw and Bowne with Horace Heidt and His Orchestra)
10. 78/Romeo 552 (Savoy Plaza Dance Orchestra with vocal refrain)

Love And Kisses (From Baby To You) (M: Phil Baker; L: Phil Baker; Sid Silvers) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Columbia 1090 D (Paul Small and Milton Watson with Paul Ash & His Orchestra)
2. 78/Victor 20679 (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra) [also 78/Gramophone K 5312; reissued on King Of Jazz: 1920-1927, CD/Timeless Historical CBC 1093]
3. The Big Broadcast, Vol. 2, CD/Rivermont 1144 (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)

Nothin’ (M/L: Lou Handman; Roy Turk) (added after opening):

1. 78/Victor 21080 (Gene Austin with Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra) [reissued on A Time To Relax, CD/Take Two TT 414]
2. Lovable & Sweet: 25 Vintage Hits, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5220 (Annette Hanshaw)

Rainy Day Pal (M: Phil Baker; L: Phil Baker; Sid Silvers) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Vocalion 15651 (Elmo Tanner)

Room For Two (sheet music only):

1. 78/Brunswick 3566 (Bob Haring and His Colonial Club Orchestra with vocal chorus)

Under The Clover Moon (M/L: Ted Healy) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Diva 2570 (University Six) [also 78/Harmony 570 H]
2. 78/Columbia 1382 D (Goodrich Silvertown Quartet with piano accompaniment)

Unrecorded Material:

The Can Can
C’est Vous (French Ballad)
Columbus And Isabella
The Curfew Walk
The Dance Of Fate
De Dum Dum
Hot, Hot Honey
International Vamp
A Million Eyes
Morris Dance
My Rose Of Spain
The Nocturn
Promenade The Esplanade
The Radium Fance
Simple Spanish Maid (added for the subsequent tour)
The Sky Girl
A Spanish Shawl