Not sure where the hell to start with this.
I found a cheap CD compilation (on a usually reputable import label from the UK) of old pop songs ("old" meaning stuff like Sinatra, Dean Martin, Billie Holiday, etc). It's all quite good stuff (yeah, I'm weird, I actually like that old stuff).
Trouble is, one track is mislabeled. It's that old chestnut "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered," and it's credited to Doris Day. The song title is right. However, it's most definitely not Doris Day (or any other woman) singing it. (First, it doesn't sound like the Doris Day version, which I have on another compilation already. And the whole "girl covering a song about being in love with a girl without switching the gender of pronouns" thing wouldn't have gone over well back then.) The voice isn't one I can immediately recognize, either.
So, given how many singers in the 50s covered this song, how the hell do I figure out who's performing it so I can label it properly when I import it, short of going through a few million YouTube videos?
Yeah, I'm probably going to get a lot of "you like that old shit, you're ghey" responses, and everyone else will think "what the fuck does this matter, you anal prick?"