Composers: Various
Lyricists: Various

Opened: September 16, 1942, Broadhurst Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 342

Chattanooga Choo-Choo (M: Harry Warren; L: Mack Gordon):

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

Strip Polka (M/L: Johnny Mercer) (written for but not used in the film NAVY BLUES):

1. 78/Capitol 103 (Johnny Mercer) [reissued on Mercer Sings Mercer, CD/DRG 91514]
2. 78/V Disc 291 (Johnny Mercer) [reissued on V-Disc Recordings, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 4505]
3. 78/Decca 18470 (The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Best Of The Andrews Sisters, CD/MCA Records MCAC2-4024]
4. 78/Columbia 36635 Jack Martin and Glee Club with Kay Kyser and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Best Of Kay Kyser, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 111]
5. 78/Bluebird B 11573 (The Four King Sisters & Chorus with Alvino Rey and His Orchestra) [reissued on The King Of The Guitar: A Tribute, CD/ASV/Living Era 5881]
6. An Evening With Johnny Mercer, Laureate LL-601 (Johnny Mercer with Richard Leonard, piano) [reissued as CD/DRG DRG-5176]
7. 60 Years Of Music America Hates Best, Liberty LST 7154 (Gloria Wood with Spike Jones's Band) [reissued on Omnibust/60 Years of Music America Hates Best, CD/Collectables 2900]
8. Hi-Fi Polka Party!, MGV 2067 (Ole Svenson, the Polka Dots, and the Pumpernickel Playboys)
9. Best of Polka, CD/Polka City Records 1072 (Frankie Yankovic)
10. Live In Nashville, CD/Our Heritage Records 2007 (Frankie Yankovic)
11. Hooked On Polkas, CD/K-Tel Distribution 378-2 (Joey Miskulin and the International Festival Orchestra)
12. Too Marvelous for Words...Johnny Mercer, CD/Robert Ray (Robert Ray, Marsha Dupree, and Shawn Megorden)
13. Greatest Polka Hits Of All Time, CD/Curb D2-77499 (Bobby Vinton)
14. Lawrence Welk Presents Myron Floren Polkas, Dot DLP 25536 (Lawrence Welk and Myron Floren) [reissued on World's Greatest Polkas, CD/Vanguard 8230]
15. Dot's Polkatainment, CD/Tradition 1034 (Mr. Z)
16. Giant Wurlitzer Pipe Organ, Vol. 1, CD/RKO 1043 (Leon Berry)
17. My Shining Hour: Just Mercer!, CD/Andy Fraga, Yve Evans (Andy Fraga and Yve Evans)
18. Lucky 4 U, CD/Blue Pie Music (Mark Fuller)
19. Banu Gibson Sings More Johnny Mercer, CD/Swing Out 113 (Banu Gibson)
20. The Poetry of Johnny Mercer (1909-1976): Too Marvellous For Words!, CD/Avid 548 (Benny Green)

Something I Dreamed Last Night (M: Sammy Fain; L: Herb Magidson; Jack Yellen) (originally used in GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS OF 1939):

1. 78/Columbia 35251 (Ella Logan with orchestra) [reissued on Swingin' Scots Lassie 1932-1941, CD/Retrieval Recordings 79021]
2. 78/London 975 (Anita O'Day with the All Stars) [reissued on The Chronological Anita O'Day 1950-1952, CD/Classics 1336]
3. 78/Musicraft 547 (Teddy Wilson Quartet) [also 78/M-G-M 10873; 78/Musicana 15037; reissued on The Chronological Teddy Wilson 1947-1950, CD/Classics 1224]
4. London By Night, Liberty (S) LST 7105 (Julie London with orchestra conducted by Pete King) [also 45/Liberty F-55182; reissued on About The Blues/London By Night, CD/EMI 5352082]
5. Dream Street, Decca (M) 8411 (Peggy Lee) [reissued as CD/MCA Records MVCM-263]
6. Heavenly, Columbia 08152 (Johnny Mathis with orchestra conducted by Glenn Osser) [reissued as CD/Sony BMG 723881]
7. Book Of Ballads, Kapp K 1117-S) (Carmen McRae) [reissued as CD/Universal UCCU9469]
8. What Do You Know About Love?, Jubilee SDJP-1109 (Della Reese) [reissued on Amen!/What Do You Know About Love?, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 901]
9. Sessions, Live, Calliope 3016 (Jeri Southern)
10. You Better Go Now, Decca DL 8214 (Jeri Southern with orchestra directed by Sy Oliver) [also 78/Decca 27989; 45/Decca 9-27989; reissued as CD/Universal 9331]
11. At The Crescendo, Capitol (S) ST 1278 (Jeri Southern) [reissued on Jeri Southern Meets Cole Porter/At The Crescendo, CD/EMI Music 856057]
12. March Of The Siamese Children, Jazzland JP-970 (Frank Strozier) [reissued on Long Night/March Of The Siamese Children, CD/Milestone Records 470952]
13. Sweet 'N' Sassy, Roulette SR-52112 (Sarah Vaughan with orchestra conducted by Lalo Schifrin) [reissued as CD/Blue Note 31793]
14. Nice An' Cool, Prestige Moodsville MV 18 (Gene Ammons) [reissued on Gene Ammons Story: Gentle Jug, CD/Prestige Records PCD-24079-2]
15. Bahia, Prestige 7353 (John Coltrane) [reissued on CD/Prestige/OJC OJCCD-415-2]
16. Chris Connor Sings Ballads Of The Sad Café, Atlantic (S) SD 1307 (Chris Connor) [reissued as CD/WEA/Warner 25167]
17. Jackie Davis Plus Voices!, Warner Bros. W-1515 (Jackie Davis, organ, with the Sid Bass Chorus)
18. Steamin', Prestige PRLP 7260A (Miles Davis Quintet) [reissued as CD/Prestige/OJC OJCCD-391-2]
19. Playboy's Penthouse, Everest (M) LPBR 5092 (Cy Coleman Trio)
20. The Fantastic And Exciting Debut Of Marilyn Michaels, Warner Bros. (S) 1582 (Marilyn Michaels)
21. Get Me To The Church On Time & Other Great Standards, Wing (M) WL 1095 (Chita Rivera with Alyn Ainsworth and His Orchestra)
22. Easy Living, CD/Columbia 53523 (Mary Ann McCall with the Ernie Wilkins Orchestra)
23. Lilac Wine, CD/Universal UCCM-1045 (Helen Merrill)
24. What's New?, CD/Universal 9048 (Marian Montgomery)
25. On Broadway, Vol. 5, CD/Winter 10148 (Paul Motian)
26. The George Shearing Quintet Live At Birdland 1952 With Teddi King, CD/Baldwin Street Music 503 (George Shearing Quintet with Teddi King)
27. The Road Less Travelled, CD/Candid 79794 (Clare Teal)
28. Positively The Most, CD/Warner Bros. (Joanie Sommers)
29. Joy Adams Sings The Jazz Classics, CD/Tahoe Records 0045 (Joy Adams)
30. Are You Having Any Fun?: A Celebration Of Sammy Fain, CD/Audiophile Records 261 (The Harry Allen-Keith Ingham Quintet)
31. The Many Faces Of Ernie Andrews, CD/High Note 7018 (Ernie Andrews)
32. A Souvenir, CD/Audiophile Records 111 (Thelma Carpenter)
33. The Delta Rhythm Boys, CD/Collectables Records 6391 (The Delta Rhythm Boys)
34. Love Songs, CD/Sony Music 93565 (Marlene Dietrich)
35. Billy Eckstine, CD/Polydor 838766-2 (Billy Eckstine)
36. Esquizito, Vol. 3: Something I Dreamed Last Night, CD/Maison Musique 010306 (Esquizito)
37. Sessions, Live Oscar Peterson/Gerald Wiggins, CD/Unknown label (Jane Fielding with Oscar Peterson and Gerald Wiggins)
38. By Request, CD/Jazz Link Enterprises 44005-29 (Sandy Graham)
39. Songs For Swinging Losers/Sings For Intimate Moments, CD/Sony Music 5018772 (Buddy Greco)
40. That's Right, CD/Blue Note 84467 (Benny Green)

Shady Side Of The Street (M: Brick Fleagle?):

1. 78/Parlophone R. 3102 (Rex Stewart and His Orchestra) (unverified) [reissued on The Chronological Rex Stewart 1934-1946, CD/Classics 931]

(It's A Long Way To) Tipperary (M/L: Jack Judge; Harry H. Williams) (previously interpolated into CHIN CHIN):

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

I'll Take The High Note (M: Johnny Green; L: Harold Adamson) (previously used in HI YA, GENTLEMEN and also used in the film BATHING BEAUTY):

1. That's Entertainment!: The Ultimate Anthology Of M-G-M Musicals, CD/Turner Classic Movies Music 72182 (Red Skelton, Harry James, Jean Porter, Ethel Smith, Janis Paige, Carlos Ramirez, Hale Forrest, and Buddy Moreno with orchestra) [also Bathing Beauty, CD/Great Movie Themes CD 60001]
2. Bathing Beauty, CD/Great Movie Themes CD 60001 (Xavie Cugat and His Orchestra) (part of Overture)
3. Bathing Beauty, CD/Great Movie Themes CD 60001 (orchestra) (part of Finale)