In 1930, Lew Gold And His Orchestra recorded one of the earliest renditions of an eventually oft-performed jazz standard, a sentimental ballad with soul-baring, almost desperate vocals. The arrangement is pretty straightforward, with only the trumpet improvising. On the b-side, the Tuxedo Syncopators provide some rip-roarin' hot jazz. The trumpet leads the way at first, with lightning quick banjo strumming underneath; then comes a crazy skronky sax solo. Various Syncopators continue to trade off leads, until scat vocals suddenly appear 2 minutes in.