Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: December 20, 1933, Princes Theatre, London, England
Performances: ?

Best Wishes (M: Duke Ellington; L: Ted Koehler) (not in program):

1. 78/Rex 8007 (Jimmy Campbell and His Band)
2. 78/Columbia 35836 (Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra) [also 78/Brunswick 1377; 78/Brunswick 6374; reissued on The Best Of Duke Ellington 1932-1939, CD/Sony/BMG 730236]
3. The Alternative Takes, 1931-1933, CD/Neatwork 2023 (Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra)
4. More Radio Rarities, CD/Jasmine 2555 (Fats Waller)
5. Reel Life, CD/Milestone 5161 (Sonny Rollins)
6. Road Shows Vol. 1, CD/Emarcy 001216502 (Sonny Rollins)

I Didn't Slip, I Wasn't Pushed, I Fell (M/L: Eddie Pola and George Wyle):

1. 78/M-G-M 10764 (Billy Williams Quartet)
2. 78/Decca 27018 (Bing Crosby and The Aristokats with Sy Oliver and His Orchestra) [reissued on Memories, CD/MCA 80440]
3. 78/Capitol 1127 (Eddie Grant at the Hammond organ with rhythm section)
4. Drifting And Dreaming With Jo Stafford, CD/Vintage Jazz Classics 1040 (Jo Stafford)
5. The Michael Holiday Anthology: The Story of My Life, CD/EMI 5974842 (Michael Holliday)
6. Happy Hits: 1949-1957, CD/Collectables 6857 (Doris Day and The Mellomen with the George Wyle Orchestra)
Radio transcription performed by Ann Warren with the Vincent Lopez Orchestra, Betty Taylor with the Jerry Gray Orchestra, and Lisa Kirk with the Hugo Winterhalter Orchestra and Chorus and known to exist.

The Last Round Up (also used in ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1934):

1. Click here for recordings of "The Last Round Up."

Letting In The Sunshine (M/L: Noel Gay) (not in program):

1. 78/Rex 8007 (Jimmy Campbell and His Band)
2. Oh, What A Night For Romancing, CD/ASV/Living Era 5482 (Sam Browne)
3. Hello Everybody!, CD/Vocalion 6092 (Bertini and The Blackpool Tower Dance Band)
4. Mrs. Henderson Presents, CD/Sony 77039 (Will Young with the Ad Hoc Orchestra conducted by George Fenton)

On Ilkley Moor Baht 'At (M/L: Traditional):

1. 78/Old Ned ON 1 (unknown artist)
2. British And American Songs, Cityvox B1/B2-B3/B4 (Franz Just and the Chorgruppe Jenaer Studenten with orchestra conducted by Lieselotte Goring)
3. Listen To My Music, CD/ASV/Living Era 5459 (Ted Heath & His Music)
4. The Farewell Concert, CD/Avid 100 (The Ted Heath Band)
5. The Sound Of England: The Ultimate Collection, CD/Red Box 422 (Wallace House)
6. The Party Box, CD/Delta Music 55218 (unknown artist)
7. Forever England: A Musical Journey Around The Country, CD/Start 502 (Band of the Blues & Royals)
8. Great British Tradition, CD/Chandos 4524 (Black Dyke Mills Band conducted by Major Peter Parkes)
9. At The Vinyl Café: The Christmas Concert, CD/Vinyl Café Productions 0001 (Stuart McLean)
10. The Almanac, CD/Shira Kammen (Shira Kammen)
11. John Peel's Dandelion, CD/Cherry Red 001 (Bill Oddie)
12. Seasons for Singing: A Celebration of Country Life, CD/Revels 1095 (The Revels)
13. The Wallis Collection, CD/Lake 127 (Bob Wallis & His Storyville Jazzmen)

Seven Years With The Wrong Woman (M/L: Bob Miller) (not in program):

1. 78/Rex 8007 (Jimmy Campbell and His Band)
2. 78/Perfect 15797 (Gene's Merrymakers) [also 78/Melotone M 12754; 78/Vocalion 4347]
3. 78/Victor 24388 (Al Bowlly with Ray Noble and His New Mayfair Dance Orchestra) [reissued on The HMV Sessions Vol. 6: 1930-1934, CD/Dutton Vocalion 6043]
4. 78/Musicraft 288 (Esmereldy and Dick Thomas with Frank Novak and the Sourwood Moutain Boys)
5. 78/Victor 20-2490 (Eddy Arnold and his Tennesse Plowboys) [also 45EP/Victor EPB 3031; 45/Victor 447-0507; reissued on The Tennessee Plowboy and His Guitar, CD/Bear Family 15726]
6. A Country Legacy: 1930-1939, CD/JSP 7732 (Cliff Carlisle)
7. Come To Broadway/Put The Blame On Mame, CD/Collectables 7406 (Somethin' Smith & The Redheads)

Stormy Weather (M: Harold Arlen; L: Ted Koehler) (not in program; also used in COTTON CLUB PARADE (1933) and COTTON CLUB PARADE (1937):

I have not attempted to provide discological information for this Arlen standard.

Swingy Little Thingy (M: Sam H. Stept; L: Bud Green) (originally used in SHADY LADY):

1. 78/Domino 131 (Chick Bullock, vocal, with Chick Bullock and his Levee Loungers)
2. 78/Rex 8051 (Bob Causer and his Cornellians)
3. 78/Bluebird B 5153 (Dick Robertson and his Orchestra)
4. 78/Victor 24390 (Maurice Cross with Don Bestor and his Orchestra)
5. Truckin' on Down: 1933-1935, CD/Sounds Of Yesteryear 764 (Harry Roy)
6. Joseph Robichaux And His New Orleans Rhythm Boys, CD/Document 1016 (Joseph Robichaux and His New Orleans Rhythm Boys)

That's My Home (M/L: Leon. Rene, Otis Rene, and Ben Ellison) (not in program):

1. 78/Rex 8007 (Jimmy Campbell and His Band)
2. 78/Victor 24200 (Louis Armstrong, trumpet solo and voice, with Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra) [also 78/Bluebird B 10236; 78/Gramophone B 6315; reissued on The Complete RCA Victor Recordings, CD/RCA 63846]
3. The Complete RCA Victor Recordings, CD/RCA 63846 (Louis Armstrong, trumpet solo and voice, with Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra) (alternate take)
4. The Sullivan Years: Louis Armstrong, CD/TVT TVT-9427-2 (Louis Armstrong)
5. The Very Best Of Nat Gonella, CD/EMI Gold 5214600 (Nat Gonella)
6. Still Going Strong!, CD/Tyrolis 375547 (Harlem Ramblers)
7. Rhythm Is Our Business, CD/Fantasy 96842 (Duke Heitger and His Swing Band)
8. That's My Home, CD/GHB 488 (Hot Cotton Jazz Band)
9. On Revival Day, CD/Stomp Off 1294 (Kustbandet)
10. For The Love Of Satchmo, CD/Kenneth 3416 (Bent Persson with The Royal Blue Melodians and Eddie Jansson)
11. Spinnin' The Webb, CD/History 1912 (Chick Webb and His Orchestra)
12. The Creative Horn Of Dave Whitney, CD/Jazzology 68 (Dave Whitney, trumpet)
13. Vintage '89, CD/Timeless 579 (Spiegle Willcox, trombone)
14. The Best Of Humphrey Lyttleton, CD/EMI 5832802 (Humphrey Lyttleton and His Band)
15. Nostalgia, CD/Arbors 19145 (Bob Wilber, soprano sax, with Ralph Sutton, piano, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar, Bob Haggart, bass, Butch Miles, drums)
16. New Orleans: That's Our Home, CD/Sackville 3068 (Bob Barnard, cornet, John Sheridan, piano, and Don Vickery, drums)
17. A Wonderful World, CD/Sony 86734 (Tony Bennett and K.D. Lang with orchestra conducted by Peter Matz)
18. Me, Myself And I, CD/Concord Jazz CCD-4381 (Ruby Braff Trio)
19. The Eighty-Seven Years of Doc Cheatham, CD/Columbia CK-53215 (Doc Cheatham, trumpet)
20. Dear Doc, CD/Orange Blue 005 (Doc Cheatham, trumpet, with Kenny Drew, piano, Jimmy Woode, bass, and Idris Muhammad, drums)
21. That's My Home, CD/Philips 830778 (Acker Bilk, clarinet)
22. That's My Home, CD/Jazzology 249 (Camelia Jazz)
23. Nat Gonella Tribute, CD/President 571 (unknown performer)

There's A Cabin In The Pines (M/L: Billy Hill, Peter De Rose) (not in program):

1. 78/Rex 8007 (Jimmy Campbell and His Band)
2. 78/Columbia DO 1160 (Bing Crosby with Jimmie Grier and his Orchestra) [also 78/Brunswick 01557; 78/Brunswick 6610; reissued on American Legends No. 7: Bing Crosby, CD/Laserlight 12732]
3. 78/Perfect 15775 (Chick Bullock, vocal with Chick Bullock and His Levee Loungers)
4. 78/Victor 24335 (Louis Armstrong, vocal and trumpet solo, with Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra) [also 78/Bluebird B 6910; 78/Gramophone B 8645; 78/Victor 40-0103; reissued on Laughin' Louis (1932-1933), CD/Bluebird 9759-2-RB]
5. 78/Regal Zonophone MR 1878 (Gracie Fields with orchestra) [also 78/Gramophone C 2625; reissued on Stage And Screen, World (M) SH 170]
6. 78/Brunswick 01564 (Mildred Bailey with The Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra) [reissued on The Complete Columbia Recordings Of Mildred Bailey, CD/Mosaic 204]
7. 78/Banner 32777 (Chick Bullock, vocal, with Chick Bullock and his Levee Loungers) [also 78/Oriole 2705]
8. 78/Varsity 5094 (Bill's Texas Dance Boys with singing)
9. The HMV Sessions Vol. 6: 1930-1934, VolCD/Dutton Vocalion 6043 (Al Bowlly with Ray Noble and His New Mayfair Dance Orchestra)
10. Melanie's Melodies of the Rockies, CD/Melanie (Melanie) (unverified)
11. A Mockingbird Sings in California, CD/Tuxedo (Sylvia Herold) (unverified)
12. Remembering Louis, CD/Jump 1225 (Marty Grosz, guitar, Ken Peplowski, clarinet, Jon-Erik Kellso, trumpet, and Vince Giordano, string bass or bass sax)
13. Oh, What A Night For Romancing, CD/ASV/Living Era 5482 (Sam Browne)
14. The Classic Jazz Quartet: The Complete Recordings, CD/Jazzology 138 (The Classic Jazz Quartet)
15. Double Play, CD/Arbors 19118 (Dave Frishberg)

There's A New Day Comin'(M: Milton Ager; L: Joe Young) (not in program):

1. 78/Rex 8007 (Jimmy Campbell and His Band)
2. 78/Columbia 2753 D (Ted Lewis and His Band) [reissued on 1929-1934, CD/Timeless 74; also found on Songs Of The Depression: Boom, Bust And The New Deal, CD/Bear Family 16029]
3. 78/Crown 3455 (Larry, Tom, and Larry with Sam Ross and his Silvertown Orchestra) [reissued on Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?, CD/Jass 639]
4. Looking on the Bright Side: 25 Cheer-Up Songs, 1926-1941, CD/ASV/Living Era 5255 (Harry Roy and His Orchestra)
5. Bullets Over Broadway, CD/Masterworks Broadway 88843 07534 2 (Karen Ziemba and Company with musical direction by Andy Einhorn)

When The Wild, Wild Roses Bloom (M/L: Woolsey/Taggart/Brown) (not in program):

1. 78/Rex 8007 (Jimmy Campbell and His Band)

You're Gonna Lose Your Gal (M: James V. Monaco; L: Joe Young):

1. 78/Brunswick 01664 (Henry "Red" Allen with Henry Allen-Coleman Hawkins and their Orchestra) [also 78/Romeo 2107; 78/Royal 91657; 78/Banner 32901; 78/Perfect 15851; Melotone M 12842; reissued on The Chronological Henry "Red" Allen And His Orchestra 1933-1935, CD/Classics 551]
2. 78/Decca 1426 A (Harry Roy and His Orchestra with chorus)
3. 78/Decca 1881 (Willie Bryand, vocal, with Willie Bryand and His Orchestra)
4. 78/Decca 2816 (Ella Fitzgerald and her Famous Orchestra) [also 78/Decca M 30319; reissued on Ella Fitzgerald: The Early Years Part 2, CD/Teldec 26232]
5. 78/Bluebird B 5278 (Duke Durbin with Reggie Childs and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra)
6. 78/Brunswick 6708 ("Pee Wee" Hunt with Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra) [reissued on The Complete Okeh And Brunswick Hits, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 184]
7. 78/Victor 24444 (Fritz Heilbron with Jan Garber and His Orchestra)
8. The Chronological Benny Goodman And His Orchestra 1949-1951 (Benny Goodman and His Orchestra)
9. Chase And Sanborn Radio Show, CD/Original Cast 8715 (Eddie Cantor)
10. Whistling In The Wind, CD/Rounder 613238 (Leon Redbone)
11. Dreams, Pleas & Blues, CD/Columbia/Legacy 65260 (The Ravens)
12. The Very Best of Ozzie Nelson, Volume 1: 1932-1934, CD/Collectables 7477 (Ozzie Nelson)
13. Never Till Now, CD/Jasmine 453 (Gordon MacRae)
14. Up With the Larks: The Uptempo Apollo Recordings 1951-1955, CD/WestSide 593 (The Larks)
15. The Champagne Waltz, CD/Membran 223715 (unknown artist)

Unrecorded Material:

A Bedroom Scene (sketch by Billy Hargreaves)
The Bronze Medal (sketch by Billy Hargreaves)
Carnival (M/L: Eddie Pola)
Dancing On The Sands (M/L: Leslie Sarony)
In The Wax-Works Late Last Night (M/L: Billy Hargreaves)
Invocation (M/L:?)
The Lancashire Contingent (sketch by Billy Hargreaves)
The March Of The Herald (M/L: ?)
Mother, Father, Arnold And Me (M/L: Billy Hargreaves and Ernest Longstaffe)
Mrs. Pullpleasure (monologue?)
Nightingale (aka "The Nightingale Song") (M: Milton Ager; L: Jack Yellen) (originally used in MURRAY ANDERSON'S ALMANAC (1929))
Open The Window (And Let In The Sun) (M/L: Michael North)
Pillion Riding (sketch by Billy Hargreaves)
Roses (M/L: Michael North)
Stepping Out In Our Step-Ins (M/L: Eddie Pola)
The Birthday Party (sketch by Billy Hargreaves)
The Family At The Seaside (sketch by Billy Hargreaves)
The Nice Carnival In London (sketch by Billy Hargreaves)
Three Of Us (M/L: Marks)
We're All Up From Lancashire (sketch by Bert Delmar)
When A Soldier's On Parade (M/L: Leslie Sarony)
Why Don't They Leave Us Alone (M/L: Wilkinson, Sosenko & Hildegarde)