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Re: The last song Elvis ever recorded was by Jim Reeves
Your details concerning the history of Elvis and Jim seem accurate, except you got the recording date wrong for Elvis' version of "He'll Have To Go". Elvis did have a recording session in February, 1976, but he had another one on October 31st, which turned out to be his last. This was when Elvis recorded "He'll Have To Go". There was another song scheduled to be recorded at this session called "There's A Fire Down Below". The instrumental track was laid down, but for some reason, Elvis never did record a vocal for it. I believe he had one more recording session scheduled sometime in early 1977, but it was either cancelled or Elvis just didn't show up, which he had a habit of doing sometimes if he wasn't interested.
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