Composer: Al Goodman
Lyricist: Harold Atteridge

Opened: September 20, 1922, Winter Garden Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 85

Carolina In The Morning (M: Walter Donaldson; L: Gus Kahn):

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

(My) Coal Black Mammy (M: Ivy St. Helier; L: Laddie Cliff) (originally used in THE CO-OPTIMISTS):

1. 78/HMV B1289 (George Baker (as Walter Jefferies) with orchestra conducted by George W. Byng)
2. 78/Path 020820 (Majestic Dance Orchestra) [also 78/Perfect 14046]
3. 78/Muse 272 (Velvetone Dance Orchestra) [also 78/Cameo 272]
4. 78/Gennett 4945 A  (Ernest Hare with orchestral accompaniment)
5. 78/Federal 5208 (Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra)
6. 78/Winner 3625 (Southern Rag-A-Jazz Band)
7. 78/Columbia A 3697 (Eddie Elkins’ Orchestra)
8 . 78/Victor 18939 (Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
9. 78/Columbia A 3854 (Al Jolson with orchestral accompaniment) [reissued on Al Jolson, Vol. 2: The Salesman Of Song 1911-1923, CD/Pearl Flapper PASTCD 9796]
10. 78/Okeh 4677 (Aileen Stanley with orchestra)
11. Hail Variety, CD/Lismor LCOM 5249 (Jack Hylton & Orchestra)
12. The Essential Collection, CD/Avid/West End Records AVC 947 (Freddy Gardner)
13. The Banjo’s Back In Town, CD/Rex REXX 329 (Big Ben Banjo Band)
14. HMV Sessions, Vol. 2: 1930-1934, CD/Dutton/Vocalion CDEA 6010 (Al Bowlly with Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
15. Stephane’s Tune: Original Recordings, Vol. 1 1938-1942, CD/Naxos Jazz 8120570 (Stephane Grappelli)
16. The Black And White Minstrel Show, CD/Hallmark 709962 (The George Mitchell Minstrels)

Do You, Don’t You, Will You, Won’t You (M/L: Willie Howard; Eugene Howard; George A. Little; Larry Schaetzlein) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Gennett 5197 (Lanin’s Famous Players)
2. 78/Victor 19197 (The Benson Orchestra of Chicago directed by Don Bestor)

I Came! I Saw! I Fell!:

1. 78/Columbia A 3710 (Ray Miller and His Orchestra)

I Love Me (I’m Wild About Myself) (M/L:Will Mahoney; Edwin J. Weber; Jack Hains) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Cameo 327 (Will Mahoney and Jack Haley)
2. 78/Gennett 5152 A (Irving Kaufman with orchestral accompaniment)
3. 78/Decca 3190 (Terry Shand, vocal, with Terry Shand and His Orchestra)
4. 78/Bluebird B 10591 (Rita Ray with Gray Gordon and His Tic-Toc Rhythm)
5. 78/Silvertone 2293 (Billy Clarke with orchestral accompaniment)
6. 78/Okeh 4843 (Billy Jones with the Rega Dance Orchestra)
7. 78/Capitol 2470 (Mel Blanc with Lou Busch and His Tick-Toe Four with instrumental accompaniment) [reissued on The Best Of Mel Blanc: Man Of 1000 Voices, CD/Collectors’ Choice Music 5932]
8. 78/Starr 615 (The Jazzbo Band)
9. 78/Columbia A 3956 (California Ramblers)
10. 78/Columbia A 3906 (Eddie Cantor with orchestra) [reissued onThe Columbia Years: 1922-1940, CD/Columbia C2K-57148]
11 . 78/Victor 19066 (Billy Murray with orchestra)
12. 78/Vocalion 14556 (Billy Jones with Selvin’s Orchestra) [also 78/Brunswick 2425]
13. 78/Victor 19121 (International Novelty Orchestr)
14. A Sunny Disposish, CD/Circle 177 (Royal Society Jazz Orchestra)
15. Live! At The Royal Albert Hall, CD/Rhino Handmade 7710 (Tiny Tim)
16. Rare And Ridiculous Vaudeville Songs (1903-1926), CD/Original Cast 6002 (Annie Lebeaux)

Underneath A Pretty Hat (cut):

1. 78/Columbia A 3710 (Ray Miller and His Orchestra)

Wanita (Wanna Eat?  Wanna Eat?) (M/L: Sam Coslow; Al Sherman) (sheet music only):

1. 78/Columbia A 3812 (Al Jolson)
2. 78/Cameo 327 (Allan Cross)
3. 78/Brunswick 2413 (Margaret Young with orchestra)
4. 78/Victor 19023 (Billy Murray with orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

American Jazz
Apache Dance
A Ballet Of Siam
Camps Daily Dozen
Cinema Girl (cut)
Circus Days
Daughter Of Satain (cut)
Days Of Pharaoh (cut)
Eugene O’Neill’s Hairy Ape
First, Last And Always (cut)
Humming A Tune (cut)
In Italy
Love Of Long Ago
Melody Land (cut)
My Diamond Girls (Diamond Girl)
Orphans Of The Storm (Orphants Of The Storm) (dropped for the subsequent tour)
The Passing Show
Poor J’En-Ai-Marie
The Prince Of Wales
Radiance (L: Jack Stanley)
Sonja (M: Eugen Partos; L: Beda; Al Wilson; James A. Brennan) (sheet music only)
A Study In Black And White
Underneath The Palms (added for the subsequent tour)