Peter, are you referring to Hinsight HCD 263? Those tracks are different to the Columbia FS
-Harry James issue or had been issued before on other CDs.
"Our Love" was done on 03-18-1939 with the Frank Mane orchestra. It was no Sinatra original, but a song Larry Clinton had recorded before with Bea Wain on vocals. The tune itself is for the most part an adaption from Tchaikovsky's "Romeo and Juliet". Frank Mane (1904-1998), who conducts the orchestra here for FS
, and Sinatra had met the night before at the Bayonne Sicilian club.
The recording was made as some kind of 'demo record' I understand, at a New York City studio, Larry Smith's Recording Studio at 2 West 46th Street (Manhattan), on that date.
Personnel included Harry Shuckman (reeds) and Don Rigney (drums).
At the same date, three more songs were recorded, none of them featuring vocals by Sinatra: "Flight Of The Bumbee", "Eclipse", and "Girl Of My Dreams".