Added further variant scans. They are the latest thus far, lacking the "45-" prefix as well as the typeface differences.
Pomegranate -- the Z/T tax code operated from April to November 1962 and signified purchase tax at 45%, while the M/T tax code ran from January to July 1963 when the tax dropped to 25%. There was a brief P/T period between the two. As for the S... this is a question which much vexes certain collectors including me...
I've always been very fond of this relaxing hit version of "Fly Me ...", with its fine accompanying horn and string arrangement. Issued during the 'golden period' for instrumentals Joe enjoyed a #14 on Bilboard, commencing a 13-week run on 29th December '62.
Added label variation: M/T as opposed to Z/T and an 'S' under the cat. no. I know the issue of purchase tax has been discussed quite a lot here, but can someone tell me, again, the difference between Z/T and M/T and what the 'S' signifies?