Composer: Jimmy Van Heusen
Lyricist: Johnny Burke

Opened: October 22, 1995, Music Box Theatre, N.Y.C.
Performances: 97

Note: Only recordings of material not otherwise found on the original Broadway cast recording are noted below.

All You Want To Do Is Dance (M: Arthur Johnston) (from the film DOUBLE OR NOTHING):

1. 78/Decca 1376 (Bing Crosby with orchestra conducted by John Scott Trotter) [reissued on Pennies From Heaven: The Classic Movie Musicals Of Arthur Johnston, JJA (M) 19832]
2. 78/V Disc 484 (Bing Crosby with orchestra conducted by John Scott Trotter) [reissued on The V-Disc Recordings, CD/Collectors' Choice Music 3596]
3. 78/Decca 1377 (Bob Eberle with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra) [reissued on Pennies From Heaven, CD/ASV/Living Era 5052]
4. 78/Bluebird 7099 (Bob Goday with Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra)
5. 78/Brunswick 7933 (Jimmy Farrell with Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra)
6. 78/Variety VA 617 (Leon LaFell with Billy Kyle and His Swing Club Band)
7. 78/Victor 25647 (Edythe Wright with Tommy Dorsey and His Clambake Seven) [reissued on Having Wonderful Time, CD/RCA 51643]
8. Pennies From Heaven: The Classic Movie Musicals Of Arthur Johnston, JJA (M) 19832 (Bing Crosby with orchestra conducted by Victor Young)
9. Sorta May, Capitol T562 (Billy May and His Orchestra) [reissued as CD/GNP/Crescendo 1051]
10. Movie Box, Vol. 1, CD/Sound Of The Movies 3113 (Bing Crosby)
11. The Chronological Billy Kyle 1937-1938, CD/Classics 919 (Billy Kyle, piano)
12. Swing Serenade - Brussels 1 1937-1939, CD/Antikbüro 2000 (Fud Cantrix)
13. Howdy!, CD/Extraplatte (Gunther Schifter)
14. The Magic Of Rosemary Squires, CD/ EMI 5219862 (Rosemary Squires)
15. The Complete Recordings, CD/Baldwin Street Music 312 (Peg LaCentra with The Rhythm Makers)
16. All Time Top Twelve/Shall We Dance?, CD/Dutton Vocalion 4115 (Ted Heath and His Orchestra)

Chicago Style (from the film THE ROAD TO BALI) :

1. 78/Sparton 143 R (Jerry Colonna with Caeser Petrillo and His Chicagoans) [also 78/Majar 144]
2. Road To Bali, 10"/Decca (M) DL 5444 (Bob Hope and Bing Crosby with orchestra directed by Joe Lilly) [also 78/Decca 9-28513; reissued on Thanks For The Memory, CD/MCA 10611]
3. Hit The Road With Bing And Bob: From Bali To Zanzibar, CD/Jasmine Records 127 (Bob Hope and Bing Crosby)
4. Swingin' With Bing! Bing Crosby's Lost Radio Performances, CD/Shout! Factory (Bing Crosby)
5. Black Moonlight, Vol. 9, CD/Document (Joseph Lilly & His Orchestra)
6. My Happiness, CD/Parrot 002 (Ella Fitzgerald with Bing Crosby)
7. Tickle The Reptile Brain, CD/Angelo Comeaux (Angelo Comeaux) (unverified)
8. Serious Fun, CD/David Barrett & John Garcia (David Barrett) (unverified)
9. Welcome To My Dream, CD/Jazz Alliance TJA-10021 (Anita Gravine)
10. Longing For You, CD/Sepia Records 1049 (Teresa Brewer with the Jack Pleis Orchestra)
11. The Music Of Jimmy Van Heusen, CD/Jump JCD 12-27 (Rebecca Kilgore with Keith Ingham, piano; Bob Reitmeier, clarinet; Dan Barrett, trombone; and Nicki Parrott, bass)
12. Something To Remember You By, CD/Jasmine Records 335 (Rosemary Clooney with Bing Crosby)
A radio transcription performed by Dolly Dawn and The Manhattan Nighthawks is also known to exist.

Irresistable (M: Harold Spina) :

1. 78/Victor 24735 (Harold Van Emburgh with Jolly Coburn and His Orchestra)
2. The Best Of Hal Kemp And His Orchestra, CD/ Collectors' Choice Music 125 (Hal Kemp and His Orchestra)

Rhythm On The River (M: James Monaco) (from the film RHYTHM ON THE RIVER):

1. 78/Columbia 35630 (Janalee with Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Decca 3309 (Bing Crosby with orchestra conducted by John Scott Trotter) [reissued on Going Hollywood, Vol. 3: 1940-1944, CD/Jasmine]
3. 78/Bluebird B 10800 (Al Stuart with Bob Chester & His Orchestra)
4. 78/ Bluebird B 10844 (Wingy Manone, vocal, with Wingy Manone & His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Wingy Manone And His Orchestra 1940-1944, CD/Classics 1091]
5. 78/Okeh 5688 (Al Knapp with Tommy Tucker Time)
6. Blue Skies/Rhythm On The River, CD/Great Movie Themes CD 600025 (Bing Crosby and Wingy Manone)

Shadows On The Swanee (M: Harold Spina; L: Joe Young; Johnny Burke):

1. 78/Brunswick 6617 (Ethel Waters and Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Ethel Waters 1931-1934, CD/Classics 735]
2. 78/Brunswick 6616 (Skinny Ennis with Hal Kemp and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Banner 32829 (Henry Red Allen with Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra) [also 78/Melotone M 12759; reissued on The Chronological Henry Red Allen And His Orchestra 1929-1933, CD/ Classics 540]
4. 78/Vocalion 25004 (Dick Robertson with Irving Aaronson and His Commanders)
5. 78/Victor 24368 (Isham Jones and His Orchestra) Boston Shuffle, CD/Harrison 271 (Back Bay Ramblers)
6. Harlem Lullaby, CD/Hep 1006 (Mildred Bailey with the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra)

Thank Your Lucky Stars And Stripes (from the film PLAYMATES; also used in SWINGTIME CANTEEN):

1. 78/Columbia 36441 (Harry Babbitt with Dorothy and Trudy and with Kay Kyser and His Orchestra) [reissued on Pocketful Of Dreams: The Best Of Harry Babbitt, CD/Collectables 7589]
2. Simple And Sweet: The Best Of Ginny Simms, CD/Collectables 7590 (Ginny Simms with Kay Kyser and His Orchestra)
3. Swingtime Canteen, CD/Performing Arts 9768 (Company with orchestra conducted by David Wolfson)
A radio transmission performed by Ted Steele's Novatones is also known to exist.

What Does It Take To Make You Take To Me?:

1. 78/Decca 28034 (Ella Fitzgerald with Sonny Burke and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Ella Fitzgerald 1951, CD/Classics 1261]
2. 78/Capitol 2069 (Nat King Cole with orchestra conducted by Billy May) [also 45/Capitol F2069; reissued on The Billy May Sessions, CD/Capitol 89545]
3. 45/RCA Victor 47-4586 (Johnny Parker with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra and Chorus)
4. Don't Let Go, Special Music (Isaac Hayes) [reissued on For The Sake Of Love/Don't Let Go, CD/Raven 166]
5. The Magic Window: A Celebration Of Jimmy Van Heusen's Music, CD/Audiophile ACD-222 (Sandra King with Richard Rodney Bennett, piano and voice, with the Gene Bertoncini/Michael Moore Duo)
6. The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 7, CD/Pablo PACD-2405-438-2 (Art Tatum, piano)
7. With This Voice, CD/Groove Note 1007 (Luqman Hamza) Burke And Van Heusen, CD/Fresh Sound 504 (Dave Pell Octet)

When Stanislaus Got Married (from the film AND THE ANGELS SING) :

1. And The Angels Sing, Caliban 6017 (unknown performer)

You Danced With Dynamite:

1. 78/Bluebird B 10966 (Vaughn Monroe, vocal,, with Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Okeh 5859 (Howard Du Lany with Gene Krupa and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Gene Krupa And His Orchestra 1940 Vol. 3, CD/Classics 917]
3. 78/Okeh 6087 (Ginny Simms with Orchestra)
4. The Chronological Eddie South 1937-1941, CD/Classics 737 (Eddie South)

Unrecorded Material:

Whoopsie Daisy Day (M: Johnny Burke)