I'd lose the sleeve for this listing. Had there been an actual sleeve for this stereo issue, it would have also had the stereo number on it, even as a pasteover on the mono number. Besides, most stereo 45's of the era were primarily made for juke boxes. There would be no need for a sleeve.
It's finally Later... Here is the original release of the Stereo issue of "Just Ask Your Heart". The ONLY way you could hear it this way was on the 1959 Stereo 45. All album counterparts of the day used the Mono version only. It wasn't until an ABC lp release in 1972 that the Stereo version would be heard on a wider scale, but it didn't sound like this.
They had originally recorded the song in Avalon's natural voice, as they did all of his records of the day. But when they made the transfer for the record, they always sped up the tape to make him sound younger. This time they forgot to speed up the tape ...until nearly the end of the song.
"Two Fools" here in Stereo is a unique recording over it's Mono counterpart. The Stereo version would appear in Mono form on Avalon's GUNS OF THE TIMBERLAND soundtrack EP, though the song was not used in the movie. "Just Ask Your Heart", though, is another story... Later.