So I'm going through my library, thinning the herd (so to speak), and I often have had to listen and compare versions of songs to pick the best one for public consumption. My most recent bugbear has been "Love Is Here To Stay" - the last song by both Gershwins - as sung by Frank Sinatra. So the discrepancy lies in the fact that it's NOT the version that Frank recorded back in '59 (?). Not even CLOSE to that version. It's a Pocket Songs, and Mr. Kratka has assured me that it's a Sinatra version, but I've scoured the Sinatra discographies and he's only ever put that track on vinyl once, with Nelson RIddle.
So does anyone ELSE have this PS track? Can someone clarify for me whose version it truly is? Help me, Obi-something-something - you're my only hope...
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