Your forgetting but back in 2018 you were pointing out that a lower quality format like cassette might reveal issues with the master because it emphasizes different parts.Tom, if it makes you happy, keep listening to your phone...
I think it's fairly typical that many listeners to commercially recorded cassettes will turn off the Dolby B processing as it seems "dull" with it turned on. I know I've done that with the few purchased cassettes that I've had.
With Dolby off, you're hearing an emphasis in certain higher frequencies, which would probably account for the perception of the brass being louder.
When I want to digitize a cassette, I've found that I have to switch the Dolby off, and then with software in the computer, attempt to compensate for the exaggerated highs.
I still think the cassette version of “If I Had You” is a jazzier mix than what was in the LP & CD. But it could be from the “emphasis” on the higher frequencies.