More Instrumental Hits was the seventh in a series of at least eight albums in which arranger/conductor Bill Justis covered top (mainly instrumental) hits from the 1960s. Further details on this 1965 LP and others in a similar vein recorded for Smash are in this earlier post.
Among the songs tackled by Justis on More Instrumental Hits is Love Me with All Your Heart, which the Ray Charles Singers took to No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1964. The song originated in Spain as Cuando Calienta El Sol. Justis follows the arrangement of the Ray Charles Singers very closely.
Love Me with All Your Heart
Englebert Humperdick had a popular version of Love Me with All Your Heart in 1970 and many other artists, including The Bachelors and Jerry Vale, have also recorded it.
Here's the hit recording by the Ray Charles Singers.
Note: Bill Justis's Smash recordings remain unavailable in a digital format.