From 1986, the outstanding and brilliant American big band vocal jazz stylings of Do not Remember:
It always shocked me how well the Russians copied US jazz and fusion. This is a great example of how they could craft a song that could've become a hit in the United States-- back in the fifties of course. By 1986, no one really cared much for this style, I believe. I love the dialogue between the woman, who presumably is asking the man not to remember what happened, and the chorus. (If anyone could translate the lyrics I'd appreciate it greatly.)
Note that Gurbeloshvili's Prelude reappears here in the b1 position in both albums. I guess it was too great a composition not to recycle, repeatedly. In fact, it's rewritten for acoustic guitar solo rather than sax for the ending of the 1987 album:
The first side of 1987 is mostly classical music and is of less interest here.