A NIGHT OUT (1925)

Composer: Vincent Youmans
Lyricists: Irving Caesar; Clifford Grey

Opened: September 7, 1925
Performances: Closed out of town

Daughters (cut; subsequently used as “It’s Every Girl Ambition” cut from MARY JANE MCKANE and then used in THROUGH THE YEARS):

For a recording of “It’s Every Girl’s Ambition, see:
Through The Years, CD/PS Classics PS-103 (Jennifer Cody with orchestra conducted by Aaron Gandy)

I Want A Yes Man (L: Irving Caesar; Ira Gershwin; Clifford Grey) (cut):

1. Life’s A Funny Present: More Broadway Flops & Roadkills 1919-1955, CD/Rialto SLRR-9306 entitled (Ann Morrison and Michael Heitzman with musical direction by David Holcenberg)
2. The Carioca: Songs Of Vincent Youmans Volume 2, CD/Arabesque Z6692 (Joan Morris and Robert White with William Bolcom, piano)

Kissing (same music as “It Must Be Love” cut from LOLLIPOP):

1. Orchids In The Moonlight: Songs Of Vincent Youmans, CD/Arabesque Z6670 (Joan Morris and Robert White with William Bolcom, piano)

Sometimes I’m Happy (same music as “Come On And Pet Me” in MARY JANE MCKANE and later put into  HIT THE DECK):

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

Unrecorded Material:

Bolshevik Love
A Happy Family
Hotel Never Tell
It’s A Long Day At Our Hotel
I’ve Got A Day Off Today
Like A Bird On The Wing
Opening Act II
Opening Ensemble
The Police
Queens (cut)
The Rag Picker’s Dance
Really, Would You Believe It? (music later used in “The Way You Manoeuvre” cut from HIT THE DECK)
So This Is Kissing
Waiting For Someone