Composer: Philip Braham
Lyricist: Douglas Furber

Opened: August 25, 1927, Adelphi Theatre, London
Performances: 92

Note: A complete song list is not available at this time.

The Girl Is You (And The Boy Is Me) (M: Ray Henderson; L: B.G. DeSylva; Lew Brown) (originally used in GEORGE WHITE’S SCANDALS (1926)):

1. 78/Columbia 4552 (Eddie Kollis with The Kit-Cat Band)
2. 78/HMV B2574 (Melville Gideon with Claude Ivy, piano)
3. 78/Gramophone B 2749 (Morton Downey)
4. 78/Victor 20163 (Gladys Rice and Franklyn Baur with Frank Banta, piano)
5. Song Hits Of 1926, Vocalion VL 73638 (Marlene Fingerle and Arthur Shutt, pianos)
6. Arden And Ohman (Volume 3), JJA (M) JJA 1983-4 (Arden and Ohman, pianos)
7. Silver & Gold, CD/Jasmine JASCD 462 (Frankie Carle)
A radio transcription performed by Louise Carlyle and Willard Young with the Music Of Manhattan conducted by Norman Cloutier is also known to exist.

I’m In Love Again (M/L: Cole Porter) (originally used in GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES (1924) and subsequently used in EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT COLE PORTER):

1. 78/Regal G8991 (Jack Payne and His Hotel Cecil Orchestra)
2. 78/HMV B2518 (The Revellers) [also 78/Victor 20678; reissued on Anything Goes: The Songs Of Cole Porter, CD/ASV CD AJA 5331]
3. 78/Victor 20646 (Bing Crosby, Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord, Al Rinker, and Austin Young with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra) [reissued on You’re Sensational: Cole Porter In The ‘20s, ‘40s, & ‘50s, CD/Koch A-33714]
4. 78/JEB 5002 (Bunny Roberts with the Frank Congiardo Orchestra) [also 78/Owl 5002]
5. 78/Regal 8289 (Irving Kaufman with The Six Hottentots) [also 78/Domino 3935; 78/Broadway 1069; reissued on The Chronological Red Nichols 1927-1928, CD/Classics 1241]
6. 78/Columbia 1106 D (Oscar Grogan with saxophone, guitar, and piano accompaniment)
7. 78/Perfect 14824 (George Crane with the Southampton Society Orchestra)
8. 78/Harmony 450 H (Harry Lambert with The Broadway Bell-Hops) [reissued on 1926-1928, CD/Classic Jazz Rarities 005]
9. 78/Bell 505 (Johnnie Johnson and His Club Mirador Orchestra)
10. 78/Brunswick 3469 (Ben Bernie, Scrappy Lambert, and Billy Hillpot with Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra with vocal duet) [also 78/Brunswick 3496; reissued on Let’s Misbehave”: A Cole Porter Collection 1927-1940, CD/Naxos Nostalgia 8.120533]
11. 78/Brunswick 3520 (Vaughn DeLeath with orchestra) [reissued on Cole Porter: Hey, Good Lookin’, CD/Avid AMSC 571]
12. 78/Okeh 40827 (Russell Douglas with Sol S. Wagner and His Orchestra)
13. 78/Path 11455 (Southampton Society Orchestra with vocal chorus)
14. 78/Victor 20-4148 (April Stevens with Henri Rene and His Orchestra) [also 45/RCA Victor 47-4148; reissued on Teach Me Tiger, CD/EMI TOCJ9745]
15. 78/Vocalion 15551 (Al Goering’s Collegians)
16. 78/Columbia 981 D (Tom Stacks with Harry Reser’s Syncopators)
17. 78/Victor 20643B (Aileen Stanley and Billy Murray)
18. 45/Decca 9-27635 (The Andrews Sisters with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra and Chorus) [reissued on Shoo Shoo Baby, CD/Intense/Membran 231900]
19. 45/Victor 47-7539 (The Deb-Tones with Mort Garson and His Orchestra)
20. Bobby Short Loves Cole Porter, Atlantic (S) SD2-606 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Beverly Peer, bass, and Richard Sheridan, drums) [reissued on Bobby Short Loves Cole Porter/Guess Who's In Town: The Songs Of Andy Razaf, CD/Collectables COL-CD-6844]
21. Cole Porter In Hollywood, 1929-1956, JJA (M) 19767 (Jane Wyman)
22. This Is Petula Clark!, Sunset (S) SUS-5101 (Petula Clark) [reissued on Jumble Sale: Rarities & Obscurities 1959-1964, CD/Sequel NEDCD 198]
23. Cole, Stanyan (S) SR-10136 (Susannah McCorkle)
24. The Lighter Side Of Julian Patrick And Friends, CD/Take Two TT2002 (Barbara Sportelli with orchestra conducted by Bill McKenna)
25. Hannah And Her Sisters, CD/MCA MCAD-6190 (Bobby Short, piano and voice, with Beverly Peer, bass, and Rob Scott, drums)
26. Oh, What A Memory We Made…Tonight, CD/Jazz Classics CD-JZCL-6011 (Peggy King with musical supervision by Michael Abene)
27. Mischa Spoliansky: Musical Stations From ‘Morpheum’ To Resistance, CD/KleinaberKunst KK-003/4 (Leon Collier, gesang, with Mischa Spoliansky, piano)
28. How’s Your Romance?: Andrea Marcovicci Sings Cole Porter, CD/Andreasong AND01 (Andrea Marcovicci with Shelly Markham, piano, Jim Dijulio, bass, John Chiudini, guitar, Paul Kriebach, drums, Bob Sheppard, sax, and Ames Beals, harmonica)
29. It’s De-Lovely!: The Music Of Cole Porter, CD/Pierian 0026 (Ferdie Grofe, piano)
30. It’s De-Lovely!: The Music Of Cole Porter, CD/Pierian 0026 (H. Sommer, piano)
31. A Lady Must Live, CD/After 9 2019 (Daryl Sherman, piano and voice, with Leon “Boots” Maleson, string bass)
32. Here’s To The Ladies, CD/Columbia 67349 (Tony Bennett)
33. When I Fall In Love, CDLiving Era/ASV CDAJA 5583 (Jeri Southern)
34. Lizabeth, CD/BMG 38193 (Lizabeth Scott)
35. Cole Porter Song Book, CD/Start 622 (Jack Hylton and His Orchestra)
36. The Songs Of Cole Porter, CD/Avid 518 (Eve Boswell)

Tweet-Tweet (M: Ray Henderson; L: B.G. DeSylva; Lew Brown) (originally used in GEORGE WHITE’S SCANDALS (1926)):

1. 78/Columbia 4552 (Eddie Kollis with The Kit-Cat Band)
2. 78/Regal G8991 (Jack Payne and His Hotel Cecil Orchestra)
3. DeSylva, Brown And Henderson Revisited Volume I, CD/Painted Smiles PSCD-144 (Blossom Dearie with musical direction by Norman Paris)
4. Just Imagine: The Music Of DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, CD/Stomp Off CD 1285 (Keith Ingham & Marty Grosz and Their Hot Cosmopolites)