My Dad had a Capitol purple label 78 of this tune, I believe Frank's first single for Capitol. Hearing it on my Dad's tube hi-fi was amazing. The band jumped out of the speaker, and Frank sounded like he was in the room. Imagine my surprise when I heard the CD version from the 3-disc Frank "Capitol Years" retrospective. In comparison, it sounds like they're trying to suffocate the performance with a pillow. But what's interesting is I recently listened to the version on the mid-50s mono Capitol collection "This is Sinatra," and it doesn't sound all that great on there, either. It almost sounds like there are some phasing/azimuth issues with the tape, which I don't remember hearing on that 78. Did something transpire with the master tapes? Is it simply that a well-recorded, hi-fi 78 sounds better because of the higher RPMs? Is my memory playing tricks on me? Would that I had my Dad's tube system today. Thanks in advance.