Composer: Cole Porter
Lyricist: Cole Porter

Opened: April 24, 1914, Hotel Taft, New Haven, CN
Performances: 1

I Want To Row On The Crew (The Crew Song) (interpolated into some modern productions of ANYTHING GOES):

1. Anything Goes, CD/RCA Victor 7769-2-RC (Rex Everhart with orchestra conducted by Edward Strauss)
2. Anything Goes, CD/EMI CDP 792103 (Barry Rugless with orchestra directed by Dale Ringland)
3. Anything Goes, CD/First Night CASTCD90 (Denis Quilley with orchestra conducted by Gareth Valentine)
4. Anything Goes, CD/First Night OCRCD 6038 (Harry Towb with orchestra conducted by John Owen Edwards)
5. Anything Goes, CD/Ghostlight 84452 (John McMartin with orchestra conducted by James Lowe)

I’ve A Shooting Box In Scotland (later revised for use in SEE AMERICA FIRST):

1. 78/Victor 18165 (Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra)
2. R.S.V.P. The Cole Porters, Respond no number  (Jack and Sally Jenkins with the Mac Frampton Orchestra)
3. A Couple Of Song And Dance Men, United Artists 29888 (Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire with orchestra conducted by Phil Moore) [reissued on You’re Sensational: Cole Porter In The ‘20s, ‘40s, & ‘50s, CD/Koch A-33714; Fred Astaire: The Complete London Sessions, CD/EMI 5200452]
4. Mabel Mercer And Bobby Short - Second Town Hall Concert, Atlantic SD 2-605 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Beverly Peer, bass, and Richard Sheridan, drums) [reissued on At Town Hall/Second Town Hall Concert, CD/Collectables COL-CD-6839]
5. Close: Steve Ross & Cole Porter, CD/Stolen Moments 1016/7 (Steve Ross, piano and voice)
6. Sissle & Blake’s Shuffle Along Of 1950, CD/Harbinger HCD-3402 (Ruth King with Eubie Blake, piano)

Unrecorded Material:

Down In A Dungeon Deep (no music survives)
Down Lovers’ Lane (no music survives)
Dresden China Soldiers (no music survives)              
Flower Song (used in SEE AMERICA FIRST as “The Language Of Flowers”)
Funny Little Tracks In The Snow (no music survives)
Hail To Cyril (no music survives)
Idyll (no music survives; subsequently rewritten as “Love Came And Crowned Me” in SEE AMERICA FIRST)
Innocent, Innocent Maids (no music survives)
Naughty, Naughty (no music survives)                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
Oh, What A Lovely Princess (no music survives)
Paranoia (no music survives)
The Prep School Widow (no music survives)
Slow Sinks The Sun (also intended for but cut from SEE AMERICA FIRST)
What Love Is (no music survives)
Won’t You Come Crusading With Me (later rewritten for use in SEE AMERICA FIRST as “Damsel, Damsel”)