Composer: George Gershwin
Lyricists: Ira Gershwin and B.G. DeSylva

Opened: April 13, 1925, Gaiety Theatre, N.Y.C.; May 26, 1925, Winter Garden Theatre, London, England
Performances: 100 (N.Y.C.); 263 (London)

Note: Only recordings of numbers not found on the 1995 New York concert cast album are noted below.

Love, I Never Knew (L: Desmond Carter) (added for the London production):

1. George Gershwin - A Celebration: Fascinating Rhythm, CD/Avid AMSC 639 (Mayfair Orchestra conducted by George Byng)

Murderous Monty (And Light-Fingered Jane) (L: Desmond Carter) (written for but not used in the London production):

1. The Broadway Musicals Of 1925, CD/Bayview RNBW024 (Stephanie J. Block and Walker Jones with the Ross Patterson Little Big Band)

Oh, Sole, Oh Me! (M/L: Lou Holtz):

1. 78/Victor 19079 (Part 1) (Lou Holtz with orchestra)
2. 78/Victor 19403 (Part 2) (Lou Holtz with orchestra)

Unrecorded Material:

Gushing (Gush, Gush, Gushing) (L: Ira Gershwin and possibly Brian Hooker) (not used; later considered for but also not used in ROSALIE)
Have You Heard (L: Claude Hulburt) (added for the London production)
The He-Man (cut)
I'm Somethin' On Avenue A (cut; no music survives)
Once (M: William Daly; L: Ira Gershwin) (added after the opening; lyric later reset to new music for use in FUNNY FACE)
The Poetry Of Motion (per Bloom; later dropped from THE BARKLEYS OF BROADWAY)