Composer: Jean Gilbert; Nicholas Kempner; Sammy Timberg
Lyricist: Graham John

Opened: September 17, 1929, Sam S. Shubert Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 191

From Now On (M: Richard Myers; L: Edward Eliscu):

1. 78/Victor 22158 (Charles Roberts with Ben Pollack and His Park Central Orchestra) [reissued on Vol. 4, 1929-1930, CD/Jazz Oracle 8026]

I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful) (M: Henry Sullivan; L: Harry Ruskin) (added for the subsequent tour; originally used in MURRAY ANDERSON'S ALMANAC OF 1929):

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

So Beats My Heart For You (M/L: Pat Ballard; Charles Henderson; Tom Waring) (added for the subsequent tour):

1. 78/Perfect 15337 (Bill Cody with The Clevelanders)
2. 78/Diva 3197 G (Webster Moore, vocal, with Webster Moore and His High Hatters) [also 78/Velvet Tone 2197 V; 78/Harmony 1197]
3. 78/Decca 18771 (Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians)
4. 78/Perfect 12640 (Chick Bullock)
5. 78/Brunswick 4830 (Earl Burtnett and His Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel Orchestra with vocal trio)
6. 78/Victor 22486 (Steward Churchill and The Three Girl Friends with Waring's Pennsylvanians) [reissued on Memory Lane, CD/ASV/Living Era CDAJA 5569]
7. 78/Victor 22557 (Jesse Crawford) 78/V Disc 300 (Paul Weston and His Orchestra)
8. 45/Capitol 3F-609 (Paul Weston and His Orchestra) [reissued on Music For Memories/Music For Dreaming, CD/Capitol/EMI Records 92091]
9. 45/MGM X246 (MGM Strings conducted by Leroy Holmes)
10. 45/Liberty F55075 (Pete King and His Orchestra)
11. The Best Of Fred Waring And The Pennyslvanians, Decca (M) DXB 186 (Jack Wilson with Fred Waring And The Pennsylvanians Glee Club)
12. Jumpin' Jackie, Capitol 85585 (Jackie Davis, organ, with Irving Ashby, guitar)
13. The Best Of Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians, CAS/MCA MCAC2-4008]
14. Fred Waring's Greatest Hits, CD/ Collectors' Choice Music 175 (Fred Waring)
15. The Portfolio Of Ahmad Jamal, CD/Argo UCCC9074 (Ahmad Jamal)
16. The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 7, CD/ Pablo PACD-2405-438-2 (Art Tatum, piano)
17. Live In Hi-Fi Stereo 1957-58 Broadcasts, CD/Jazz Hour 1010 (Johnny Richards Big Band)
18. Teddy Wilson And His All Stars, CD/Chiaroscuro CRD 150 (Teddy Wilson and His All Stars)
19. Absolutely, CD/Nagel Heyer Records 24 (Bill Allred and Roy Williams)
20. The Jane Jarvis L.A. Quartet, CD/Audiophile Records 248 (The Jane Jarvis L.A. Quartet)
21. Whiz Radio Programs, CD/Vernon 62901 (Jack Teagarden with Ben Pollock and His Orchestra)
22. Mosaic Select: Johnny Richards, CD/Mosaic Select 17 (Johnny Richards)
23. Nature Boy, CD/Delmark DE 578 (Brad Goode)
24. Complete Live At The Spotlite Club 1958, CD/Gambit 69265 (Ahmad Jamal)
25. The Beat Of My Heart, CD/Columbia 66502 (Tony Bennett)
26. Art, CD/Essence of Jazz 20056 (Art Farmer)

You've Made Me Happy Today! (M: Nicholas Kempner):

1. 78/Banner 6566 (Ralph Haines with The Bostonians)
2. 78/Supertone 9573 (Ernie Golden and His Orchestra with vocal chorus)

Unrecorded Material:

Finale (Act 1)
Finale (Act 2)
The Girl That I'll Adore
I Am
Jumping Jimminy (M: Nicholas Kempner) (added after opening)
Knocking On Wood (cut after opening)
My Little Piano Man (added after opening)
Oh Theobold, Oh Elmer
Opening, Act II
Somebody Quite Like You (cut after opening)
When Everything Is Hunky-Dory
You Might Have Known I Loved You (sheet music only)
You Never Can Tell