“Again, for me, I went with Tony Bennett, and I think his version was the original. It won the Oscar for Best Song in a movie. It was in The Sandpiper with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, and it also won the Grammy for Best Song.
“With some of these songs, there have been a lot of bad versions, many bad readings. The challenge was to find the right one, and I thought Tony Bennett's was the best. It just blew me away. It was so laid-back. The only song more laid-back than this is the one that comes after it, Here’s To Life.
“I love the saxophone solo. The string arrangement was done by Alan Broadbent, a great jazz pianist, a composer and arranger. He really did a fantastic job.”