Details about Swinging with the Mastersounds (Fantasy, 1960), one of the last studio albums by the group put together by the brothers of guitarist Wes Montgomery, Buddy and Monk, can be found in this post from November 2013.
As detailed in the previous post two abbreviated tracks from the album, Golden Earrings/I Could Write a Book, were slapped on a promotional 45 for disc jockeys.
Golden Earrings was heard earlier, so now here's the short version of I Could Write a Book, from the 1940 Rodgers and Hart musical Pal Joey. The movie version of Pal Joey, which was only loosely based on the stage play, starred Frank Sinatra and had come out in 1957.
I Could Write a Book
The album track is two minutes longer than the 45 version above.
The tracks from Swinging with the Mastersounds are included on a 2002 compilation CD from Original Jazz Classics entitled simply The Mastersounds. Reasonably priced copies are available through Amazon. There is no download version.
Here's a track from the group's first LP, Introducing the Mastersounds (World Pacific, 1957)