(Play with Songs)

Composers: Irving Berlin; Ted Snyder
Lyricist: Irving Berlin

Opened: January 15, 1912, Plymouth Theatre, Chicago, IL
Performances: Closed out of town

I’m Going Back To Dixie (M: Ted Snyder) (subsequently used in THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY and HULLO, RAG-TIME):

1. 78/Victor 17075 (Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan with orchestra) [reissued on Phonographic Yearbook: 1912 - Waintin’ On The Levee, CD/Archeophone ARCH 9003]
2. 78/Columbia A 1165 (Prince’s Orchestra)
3. Irving Sings Berlin, CD/Koch 3-7510-2 HI (Irving Berlin, The Revelers, The Pickens Sisters, and the Al Goodman Orchestra)
4. Lovely Weekend, CD/Empress Music RAJCD 849 (Dorothy Carless)
5. The Dawn Of The Century Ragtime Orchestra, CD/Merrymakers 20 (Dawn Of The Century Ragtime Orchestra)
6 . Songs And Sketches From The Hal Roach Films, CD/EMI 528605 (Laurel & Hardy)
7 . The Wriggley Rag: A Musical Delve Into 1912, CD/Sounds Of Yesteryear/Old Bean Music DOLD 505 (unknown performer)
8. Always: The Songs Of Irving Berlin, CD/Avid 517 (unknown performer)
9. Say It With Music: British Dance Bands Play Irving Berlin, Vol. 2, CD/American Songbook Classics (London Orchestra)
10. Irving Berlin: The Platinum Collection, CD/Platinum Collection PC 629 (unknown performer)
11. Irving Berlin & Co., CD/Garrett Mountain Records GMRD CDP 715 (Michael Townsend Wright with music direction by Richard Danley)
12. Irving Berlin’s Ragtime Revue, CD/Chip Deffaa Productions CDP 330 (Michael Czyz and Ann Marie Calabro with musical direction by Richard Danley)

The Ragtime Mocking Bird  (M: Irving Berlin):

1. 78/Columbia A 1126 (Dolly Connolly (Mrs. Percy Wenrich) with orchestra)
2. Chip Deffaa’s Irving Berlin: Ragtime Rarities, CD/Garret Mountain Records CDP MJ 0314 (Katherine Paulsen with musical direction by Richard Danley)

Unrecorded Material:

Brand New (M: Ted Snyder) (now lost)