Smith Ballew was an excellent singer who worked with the most diverse jazz and dance bands (Ben Pollack, the Dorsey Brothers...); when the Depression struck very harshly, he could no longer perform as a member of other bands, and founded several bands under his own name, before returning to the Dorsey Orchestra and a little later joning the Glenn Miller Orchestra. This cheerful and sweet record (however featuring a great jazzy coda) was made in 1929. Ballew himself interpreted the vocal refrain. further personnel included: Jack Purvis-t / Wally Curtis-Lyle Bowen-cl-as / Babe Russin-ts / Bruce Yantis-vn / Bobby Van Eps-p / Dick McDonough-bj-g / Prob. Ward Lay-b / Dee Orr-d. This delightful record was made in 1931.