Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: November 30, 1915, Playhouse Theatre, London
Performances: Unknown

A Broken Doll (M: James W. Tate; L: Clifford Harris) (subsequently used in GO TO IT):

1. 78/Edison 50409 (Jaudas' Society Orchestra)
2. 78/Columbia A 2154 (Al Jolson with orchestra accompaniment) [reissued on Al Jolson Volume II: The Salesman of Song 1911-1923, CD/Pearl Flapper 9796-2]
3. 78/Decca 1010 (Marjorie Stedeford with Brian Lawrence and the Lansdowne House Sextet)
4. 78/Edison 50946 (Manuel Romain)
5. 78/Victor 35599 (Victor Military Band)
6. 78/Columbia L1041 (Clarice Mayne with “That” (James W. Tate), piano) [also 78/Gramophone C 2331]
7. 78/Victor 45136 (Nora Bayes with orchestra) [reissued on Together And Alone, CD/Archeophone 5007]
8. Georgia Brown Sings A Little Bit Of What You Fancy, Decca (S) SKL 4143 (Georgia Brown with Ted Heath and His Music) (also credited to Clifford Harris) [reissued on A Little Bit Of What You Fancy/Will Ye No Come Back Again, CD/Dutton Vocalion CDLK 4164]
9. Georgia Brown, London **** (Georgia Brown) [reissued on Georgia Brown Sings Gershwin/Georgia Brown, CD/Dutton Vocalion 4171]
10. Back Home In Tennessee, CD/Crazy Otto Music CO-004 (Johnny Maddox)
11. That's Rock 'N' Roll, CD/RPM 241 (Tommy Bruce)

Clarinet And The Coronet (aka “The Clarinets Love”) (M: Melville Gideon; L: Harold Atteridge):

1. 78/HMV C649 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Arthur Crudge)

The Dancing Jubilee (That Dancing Jubilee) (M: Nat D. Ayer):

1. 78/HMV C649 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Arthur Crudge)

How Things Have Changed (M: Ernest R. Ball; L: Earl Carroll):

1. 78/HMV C649 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Arthur Crudge)

I Work Eight Hours, Sleep Eight Hours, That Leaves Eight Hours For Love (M: Ted Snyder; L: Bert Kalmar; Edgar Leslie):

1. 78/HMV C649 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Arthur Crudge)
2. 78/Victor 60127 (Nora Bayes with orchestra) [reissued on Together And Alone, CD/Archeophone ARCH 5007]
A radio transcription performed by the Fields & Hall Mountaineers is also known to exist.

Moana Loa (Moana Aloha Dance) (M: Melville Gideon):

1. 78/HMV C649 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Arthur Crudge)

My Bird Of Paradise (M/L: Irving Berlin) (also used in WATCH YOUR STEP and in DID YOU EVER?):

1. 78/HMV C612 (Ethel Levey with the Empire Theatre Orchestra conducted by Jacques Heuvel) [reissued on The Ultimate Irving Berlin Volume I, CD/Pearl GEM 0116]
2. 78/Victor 17770 (Peerless Quartet with orchestra) [reissued on The Phonographic Yearbook 1915: They’d Sooner Sleep On Thistles, CD/Archeophone 9011]
3. 78/Victor 21424 (Hilo Hawaiian Orchestra) [reissued on An Irving Berlin Showcase, CD/Flapper PAST CD 9733]
4. 78/HMV C649 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Arthur Crudge)
5. Watch Your Step, CD/Original Cast  OC-6009 (Honolulu Girls with musical direction by Mark Hartman)
6. Rara Avis (CD/Hat Hut HATO 523 (Clusone Trio)
7. An Hour With…, CD/Hatology HATO 554 (Clusone Trio) (part of medley)

My Honolulu Girl (M: Melville Gideon):

1. 78/HMV B647 (De Groot and the Piccadilly Orchestra)

The Roses Have Made Me Remember (M: Herman Darewski):

1. 78/HMV B762 (Ernest Pike (as Eric Courtland) with orchestral accompaniment)

When I Leave The World Behind (M/L: Irving Berlin):

1. 78/HMV C649 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Arthur Crudge)
2. 78/Victor 17874 (Henry Burr with orchestra)
3. 78/Columbia A 1772 (Sam Ash)
4. 78/Jazz Info 11 (Bunk Johnson’s Jazz Band) [reissued on The Complete “Jazz Information” Recordings, CD/American Recordings 119]
5. 78/Decca 24399 (Al Jolson with orchestra directed by Morris Stoloff) [reissued on 50 Golden Greats, CD/Musical Memories RG2CD 5035]
6. 78/Little Wonder (unidentified tenor)
7. Keep On Smiling: Songs By Irving Berlin 1915-1918, CD/Oakton ORCD0003 (Benjamin Sears with Bradford Conner, piano)
8. When I Leave The World Behind, CD/GHB Records 152 (Ken Colyer)
9. The Sidewalks Of New York: Tin Pan Alley, CD/Winter & Winter 9100382 (Uri Caine and the Uri Caine Orchestra)
10. Only The Best Of Eddie Fisher, CD/Collectables 1139 (Eddie Fisher)
11. Back Home Again, CD/Audiophile Records 300 (Lee Wiley)
12. Thriller Rag, CD/Lake LACD 139 (Richard Bennett’s New Orleans Jazz Band)
13. Maude Maggart Sings Irving Berlin, CD/Maude Maggart 47926828 (Maude Maggart)
14. Dance Hall Days, CD/Delmark DE 236 (Norrie Cox and His New Orleans Stompers)
15. I’m Just Foolin’ Myself, CD/Daring 3038 (Jeanie Stahl)
16. The Songs Of Irving Berlin, CD/Castle Pulse PBXCD 474 (Cavan O’Connor)
17. On Tour, CD/Timeless CDTTD 666 (Storyville Jazzband)
18. Jump Back Honey: The Complete OKeh Sessions, CD/Columbia 65081 (Hadda Brooks)
19. My Son, CD/Rego 3930 (Tony Kenny)
20. Golden Years Of Revival Jazz, Vol. 3, CD/Storyville STCD 5508 (Storyville Jazzband)
21. The Very Best Of Rose Marie, CD/Crimson Productions 94 (Rose Marie)

Winter Nights (M: Jean Schwartz; L: Grant Clarke):

1. 78/HMV C649 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by Arthur Crudge)
2. 78/Columbia A 1680 (Peerless Quartette)
3. 78/Columbia 528 (Jack Morrison and Lee White)
4. 78/Little Wonder 79 (unknown performer)

Unrecorded Material:

Dresses (M: Robert Gattinguer)
I’m A Lonesome Melody (M: George W. Meyer; L: Joe Young)
One On The Drum (M: Nat D. Ayer; L: Unknown)
Peter (M: Melville Gideon; Elsie Muntz; L: Dan Lipton)
Providing (M: Alfred Bryan; L: Herman Paley)
A Song With A Chorus (M: Edward Jones; L: Unknown)