Composer: Cole Porter
Lyricist: Cole Porter

Opened: 1968, Bucks County Theatre, New Hope, PA
Performances: Closed out of town

Note: Only material not found on the expanded CD reissue of the soundtrack of The Pirate, CD/Rhino 7762, is noted below.

Could It Be You? (originally used in SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS):

1. Something For The Boys, AEI 1157 (Bill Johnson and Chorus) [reissued as CD/AEI AEI-CD 4; also found on The Ultimate Cole Porter - Volume IV, CD/Pearl GEM 0195]
2. Mike Todd's Broadway, Everest (M) SDBR-1011 (Jack Saunders Orchestra [Robert Farnon and His Orchestra]) [reissued on The Golden Age Of Light Music: Melodies For Romantics, CD/Guild Light Music GLCD 5155]
3. Something For The Boys, CD/42nd Street Moon MBR 42001 (Joseph Lustig and The Guys with musical direction by Michael Horsley)
4. You're Dancing On My Heart, CD/Pegasus 852 (Victor Sylvester and His Orchestra)
5. The Duke Box, CD/Storyville 8600 (Duke Ellington and His Orchestra)
6. At The Hurricane 1943, CD/Storyville 8359 (Duke Ellington and His Orchestra)
7. Make Me Rainbows, CD/Positive Music 78024 (Royce Campbell Trio)
8. The Golden Age Of Light Melodies: Melodies For Romantics, CD/Guild Light Music 5155 (unknown orchestra)
An unverified recording by Sharon Scott with orchestra conducted by Herbie Williams and an unverified radio transcription performed by Three Beaux And A Belle are also known to exist.

Goodbye, Little Dream, Goodbye (originally written for but not used in BORN TO DANCE; cut from RED, HOT AND BLUE!; subsequently used in O MISTRESS MINE, UNSUNG COLE, HAPPY NEW YEAR, and interpolated into some productions of ANYTHING GOES):

1. 78/HMV DA-1539 (Yvonne Printemps and Pierre Fresnay with orchestra conducted by Carroll Gibbons) [reissued on The Ultimate Cole Porter - Volume III, CD/Pearl GEM 0194]
2. 78/Victor 36190 (Alan Holt, Rae Giersdorf, and the Victor Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Leonard Joy) [reissued on Cole Porter 1924-1944, JJA (M) 19732]
3. 78/Gramophone B.D. 5143 (Bert Yarlett with Jack Hylton and His Orchestra)
4. Classic Cole, Columbia (S) M-34533 (Jan DeGaetani with Leo Smit, piano) [reissued as CD/Sony Music Special Products A 34533]
5. Andre Kostelanetz Plays Cole Porter, Columbia (S) KG 31491 (Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. with orchestra conducted by Andre Kostelanetz)
6. R.S.V.P. The Cole Porters, Respond no number (Jack and Sally Jenkins with the Mac Frampton Orchestra)
7. How's Your Romance?: Andrea Marcovicci Sings Cole Porter, CD/Andreasong AND01 (Andrea Marcovicci with Shelly Markham, piano, Jim Dijulio, bass, John Chiudini, guitar, Paul Kriebach, drums, Bob Sheppard, sax, and Ames Beals, harmonica)
8. Easy To Love: The Songs Of Cole Porter, CD/Concord Jazz CCD-4696 (Susannah McCorkle with music direction by Allen Farnham)
9. Night And Day: The Cole Porter Album, CD/Omega OCD 3002 (Joan Morris with William Bolcom, piano)
10. Anything Goes, CD/First Night CASTCD90 (Mary Stockley with orchestra conducted by Gareth Valentine)
11. Anything Goes, CD/First Night OCRCD 6038 (Ashleigh Sendin with orchestra directed by John Owen Edwards)
12. Anything Goes, CD/RCA Victor 7769-2-RC (Kathleen Mahony-Bennett with orchestra directed by Edward Strauss)
13. Anything Goes, CD/TER CDTEH 6011 (Katrina Murphy with the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by John Owen Edwards)
14. Dial & Oatts Play Cole Porter, CD/DMP CD-495 (Garry Dial, piano & Dick Oatts, saxophone)
15. Piano Solos, Vol. 1, CD/Jump 1220 (Larry Eanet, piano)
16. Do It Again, CD/Audiophile 175 (Barbara Lea)
17. Porter On My Mind, CD/Composers 585 (Francis Thorne, piano and voice, with Jack Six, bass)
18. Nobody Else But Me, CD/Landmark 1551 (Wesla Whitfield with the Mike Greensill Quintet)
19. Easy To Love: The Music Of Cole Porter, CD/Swallowtail 8007 (David Wilson)

I Concentrate On You (originally used in the film BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940):

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

Look What I Found (originally used in AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS):

1. 78/Song Of The Month Club Real Records 1195B (Larry Laurence (Enzo Stuarti) with Ray Cater and his Orchestra) [reissued on The Ultimate Cole Porter - Volume IV, CD/Pearl GEM 0195; From This Moment On: The Songs Of Cole Porter, CD/Smithsonian RD 047 AA-22481]
2. Cole Porter Revisited Vol. V, CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-122 (Sandy Stewart)
3. Look What I Found, CD/Arbors 19154 (Daryl Sherman)

Why Shouldn't I (originally used in JUBILEE):

1. 78/Victor 25134 (Ramona with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Victor 36175 (Ramona Davis and The King's Men 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/Brunswick 7522 (Marjory Logan with Johnny Green and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Decca 571 (Kay Weber with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
6. 78/Decca 23148 (Mary Martin with orchestra conducted by Ray Sinatra) [reissued on You're The Top: Cole Porter In The 1930s, CD/Koch DMK2-1020l; Mexican Hayride, CD/Decca 000312502 (bonus track)]
7. 78/Columbia MX [4269/4286] (Paul Weston and His Orchestra) [reissued on Mood Music/Dream Time Music, CD/Collectables 6469]
8. 78/Liberty Music Shop L-295 (Lee Wiley with orchestra conducted by Paul Weston) [reissued on Lee Wiley Sings The Songs Of George & Ira Gershwin & Cole Porter, CD/Audiophile ACD-1]
9. 78/Columbia 36920 (Frank Sinatra with orchestra directed by Axel Stordahl) [reissued on Sinatra Sings Cole Porter, CD/Columbia/Legacy CK 61058]
10. 78/Musicraft 371 (Teddy Wilson, piano) [reissued on Teddy Wilson 1946, CD/Classics 997]
11. 78/Decca 23077 (The Quintet of The Hot Club of France with Django Reinhardt, guitar, and Stephane Grappelly, violin) [reissued on 78/Capitol 89 538 (orchestra conducted by Guy Luypaerts)
12. 78/Banner 32234 (Frank Parker with Teddy Black and His Orchestra)
13. 78/Signature 28117 (Flip Phillips Hiptet) [reissued on A Melody From The Sky, CD/Doctor Jazz 39419]
14. 78/Crown 3167 (Lou Gold and His Orchestra)
15. 78/Victor 11-9040 (Allan Jones with orchestra conducted by Ray Sinatra)
16. 78/Capitol 176 (Ella Mae Morse with orchestra) [reissued on Barrelhouse, Boogie & Blues, CD/Bear Family 16117]
17. 78/Victor 20-3637 (Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [also 78/Victor DJ 850; 45EP/Victor EPA 1-1425; reissued on It's D'Lovely 1947-1950, CD/Hep 75]
18. 78/Victor 27499 (Artie Shaw and His Orchestra) [reissued as Artie Shaw And His Orchestra 1940-1941, CD/Classics 1167]
19. 78/V Disc 631 (Lena Horne) [reissued as V-Disc Recordings, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 6657]
20. 78/V Disc 881 (Lee Wiley); 45/Capitol F15555 (Diana Lynn with Paul Weston and His Orchestra)
21. 45/Key EP-511 (Murray McEachern, His Trombone and Orchestra) [also found on Music For Sleepwalkers Only, Key 711]
22. For Those Who Think Young, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 209 (Joanie Sommers with orchestra conducted by Marty Paich)
23. Love, Reprise R-6088 (Rosemary Clooney with orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle) [reissued as CD/Warner Bros. 46072]
24. Incomparable!, Verve V6-8572 (Anita O'Day with orchestra conducted by Bill Holman) [reissued as CD/Universal 589516]
25. My Ship, Emily 11279 (Anita O'Day with Merrill Hoover, piano, George Morrow, bass, and John Poole, drums) [reissued as CD/Kayo 1]
26. Music For The Starry-Eyed, Capitol T-685 (Margaret Whiting with orchestra conducted by Frank DeVol) [reissued on Love Songs by Margaret Whiting/Margaret Whiting Sings for the Starry-Eyed, CD/EMI 493064]
27. Bobby Short Loves Cole Porter, Atlantic (S) SD2-606 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Beverly Peer, bass, and Richard Sheridan, drums) [reissued as Bobby Short Loves Cole Porter/Guess Who's In Town: The Songs Of Andy Razaf, CD/Collectables COL-CD-6844]
28. Cole Porter Songs, Walden (M) 301 (Louise Carlyle with David Baker and John Morris, pianos) [reissued on Songs By Cole Porter And Rodgers & Hart, CD/Harbinger HCD 1703]
29. Jimmy Lyon Plays Cole Porter's Steinway And His Music, Finnadar (S) SR 9034 (Jimmy Lyon, piano)
30. Julius Monk Simply Plays! (And/Or Vice Versa), Off Broadway (M) OB-400 (Julius Monk)
31. John's Other Bunch, Famous Door H 114 (John Bunch Quintet) [reissued as CD/Progressive 7134]
32. Chris Connor Sings Lullabies of Birdland, Evidence 30052 (Chris Connor with the Ellis Larkins Trio) (with alternate take) [reissued as CD/Rhino 79851]
33. Cookin' On All Burners, Concord Jazz CJ-204 (Tal Farlow Quartet) [reissued as CD/Concord Jazz 4204]
34. Eydie In Love, Paramount 246 (Eydie Gorme with orchestra conducted by Don Costa) [reissued as CD/Universal 9332]
35. A Girl And Her Songs, RCA (M) LPM-1454 (Teddi King) [reissued as CD/BMG/RCA 35023]
36. Tony Perkins, Epic N-3394 (Tony Perkins with orchestra conducted by Marty Paich) [reissued as CD/Collectors' Choice Music 349]
37. Polished Brass, Concord Jazz CJ-98 (Warren Vache, cornet, with Cal Collins, guitar, Michael Moore, bass, and Jake Hanna, drums)
38. Jeri Southern Meets Cole Porter, Capitol (M) T-1173 (Jeri Southern with orchestra conducted by Billy May) [reissued on Jeri Southern Meets Cole Porter/Jeri Southern At The Crescendo, CD/EMI 856057]
39. Jacqueline Kramer Sings Cole Porter, CAS/Titan (Jacqueline Kramer)
40. You Sing Sweet And Lowdown, CAS/MMO Music Group (karaoke)
41. How's Your Romance?: Andrea Marcovicci Sings Cole Porter, CD/Andreasong AND01 (Andrea Marcovicci with Shelly Markham, piano, Jared Egan, bass, Rex Benincasa, drums)
42. Let's Do It, CD/LDI 1 (Manhattan Club All Stars directed by Mike Pyne)
43. The Cole Porter Songbook, CD/Sony Music Special Products A 31498 (Tony Perkins with orchestra directed by Martin Paich)
44. Cole Porter: An All-Star Tribute, CD/VAI Audio VAIA 1239 (Ethel Merman, John Raitt, Gretchen Wyler, Martha Wright, Chorus, and Peter Nero with the Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra conducted by Donald Voorhees)
45. The Broadway Musicals Of 1935, CD/Bayview RNBW034 (Emily Skinner with the Ross Patterson Little Big Band)
46. Why Shouldn't I?, CD/Cambria 1124 (Carol Merrill)
47. Why Shouldn't I?, CD/Orn Productions (Elaine Miles with Loyal McAvoy)
48. Dream Dancing: Songs of Cole Porter, CD/Hillsboro 1004 (Beegie Adair, piano, with Roger Spencer, bass, and Chris Brown, drums)
49. Chet Baker & Strings, Columbia C 549 (Chet Baker) [reissued as CD/Sony 5001]
50. Blame It On My Youth, CD/Original Cast 100G (Berri Blair)
51. For The Last Time, CD/Arbors 19368 (Ruby Braff)
52. 23 Standards, CD/Leo 402 (Anthony Braxton Quartet)
53. Mellow Moods Of Jazz, CD/Cloud 9 61113 (Billy Butterfield)
54. The Amazing Dick Cary: California Doings, CD/Progressive 7125 (Dick Cary)
55. Pocono Friends Encore, CD/Omnisound N-1045 (John Coates Jr.)
56. Collection Of Lesser Known Popular Songs, CD/Orchard 5176 (Elizabeth Conant)
57. The Town Hall Concerts, Vol. 11, CD/Jazzology 1021 (Eddie Condon)
58. Rosemary Clooney Sings Ballads, CD/Concord Jazz CCD-4282 (Rosemary Clooney)
59. Sweet Sounds, CD/Sounds Of Yesteryear 600 (Les Brown with Rosemary Clooney)
60. Pure Desmond, CD/Sony 64767 (Paul Desmond Quartet)
61. The Complete Standard Transcriptions, CD/Soundies 4115 (Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
62. Piano Solos, Vol. 1, CD/Jump 1220 (Larry Eanet, piano)
63. Jazzville, CD/Dawn Recordings 114 (Aaron Sachs Sextet)
64. Daydream, CD/Matt Hoffman (Matt Hoffman)
65. An Evening With Lena Horne, CD/Blue Note 31877 (Lena Horne)
66. Complete 1953-1957 Big Band Recordings, CD/Jazz Connections 1009 (Peanuts Hucko)
67. Abbey Road, CD/Testament 9001 (Langton James)
68. An Intimate Portrait In Blue, CD/Lou Lanza (Lou Lanza)
69. How About You, CD/Fresh Sounds 5044 (Andy Martin with the Jan Lundgren Quartet)
70. C'est Magnifique! CD/Nagel-Heyer 60 (George Masso Sextet)
71. Just You Just Me, CD/BGM 38152 (Jaye P. Morgan)
72. Ballads, CD/Alanna 5579 (The New Stanton Band with Michael Fortunato)
73. Let's Fall In Love, CD/Flare 274 (Janis Paige)
74. Flashes: Solo 7-String Guitar, Vol. 3, CD/Arbors 19306 (Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar)
75. Music Of Hope, CD/Tim Janis Ensemble 1901 (Andre Previn)
76. Coffee, Jazz & Poetry, CD/Orchard 5830 (Ralph)
77. Chronological, Vol. 2: London Deccas 1938-1939, CD/JSP 342 (Django Reinhardt, guitar, and Stephane Grappelli, violin, with The Quintet of the Hot Club of France)
78. Lightly And Politely, CD/Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1802-2 (Betty Roche)
79. Shorty Rogers Big Band, Vol. 1, CD/Time Is TI-9804 (Shorty Rodgers and His Orchestra)
80. I've Got My Standards, CD/DRG 711 (Jane Scheckter)
81. In Good Company, CD/Paul Scull 1717 (Paul Scull)
82. Porter On My Mind, CD/Composers 585 (Francis Thorne, piano and voice, with Jack Six, bass)
83. For Those Who Think Young, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 209 (Joanie Sommers with orchestra conducted by Marty Paich)
84. Western Swing Chronicles, Vol. 3, CD/Original Jazz Library 1002 (Ocie Stockard & The Wanderers)
85. A New York Singer, CD/Audiophile 160 (Marlene Ver Planck with orchestra conducted by Billy Ver Planck)
86. Live on Stage: Town Hall, New York, CD/Audiophile ACD-39 (Lee Wiley)
87. Back Home Again, CD/Audiophile ACD-300 (Lee Wiley with Joe Buskin, piano) (three demos)
88. Alone Together, CD/Dutton Vocalion 6809 (Gary Williams)
89. Solo Piano: Keystone Transcriptions 1939-1940, CD/Storyville 8258 (Teddy Wilson, piano)
90. Can-Can, CD/Virgin CDV 2570 (Bernard Alane with orchestra directed by Grant Hossack)
A radio transcription with Bob Hannon and the Allen Roth Orchestra is known to exist.

You Never Know (originally used in YOU NEVER KNOW):

1. 78/Decca 2010 (Kenny Sargent with Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra)
2. 78/Victor 26014 (Bea Wain with Larry Clinton and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Music Of Broadway: 1938, JJA (M) 1988-1]
3. 78/Liberty Music Shop L-240 (Cy Walter, piano)
4. You Never Know, Blue Pear BP-1015 (Barbara Norris with music conducted by Walter Geismar)
5. You Never Know, Fynsworth Alley 062108 (Donna McKechnie with music conducted by Steve Orich)

Unrecorded Material:

Martinique (cut from the film; music lost)
What A Great Pair We'll Be (originally used in RED, HOT AND BLUE!)