Composer: Cole Porter
Lyricist: Cole Porter

Opened: October 6, 1933, Adelphi Theatre, London
Performances: 154

Note: Only recordings of material not otherwise found on the 1989 Concert Cast recording, CD/EMI Angel 54079, are noted below.

When Love Comes Your Way (cut; also intended for use in EVER YOURS; later used in JUBILEE):

1. 78/Victor 25134 (Bud Lynn with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Victor 36175 (Ramona Davis, Ken Darby, and Bud Lynn with Paul Whiteman and His Concert Orchestra) (part of medley) [reissued on From This Moment On: The Songs Of Cole Porter, CD/Smithsonian RD 047 AA-22481]
3. 78/Liberty Music Shop L-187 (Berman and Baum, pianos)
4. 78/Decca 570 (Kay Weber with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Brunswick 7522 (Jimmy Farrell with Johnny Green and His Orchestra)
6. Cole, Columbia (M) KS 31456 (Cole Porter, piano and voice) [reissued on Cole Sings Porter, CD/Koch International Classics 3-7171-2H1]
7. Mabel Mercer Sings Cole Porter, Atlantic 1213 (Mabel Mercer with Stan Freeman and Cy Walter, piano, and Frank Carroll, bass) [reissued as CD/Rhino R2 71690]
8. Cole Porter Sung By Hubbell Pierce Played by William Roy, CD/Audiophile ACD-110 (William Roy, piano, with John Loehrke, bass)
9. Cole Porter Revisited Vol. V, CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-122 (Julie Wilson)
10. It's De-Lovely!: The Music Of Cole Porter, CD/Pierian 0026 (Adam Carroll, piano)
11. You Can't Put Ketchup On The Moon: Broadway Flops & Roadkills 1925-1955, CD/Rialto SLRR-9201 (Douglas Sills and Joyce E. Greene with musical direction by David Holcenberg)

Unrecorded Material:

French Colonial Exposition Scene (not used)
Greek Dance
Harem Dance
Tiller Routine