One I certainly would have chosen is 'I Can't Stop Loving You',I know it was a huge hit for Ray Charles(No.1 in the UK Pop cHarts,a great recording,but sung in a different stylenboth ddeserves to bé.No.1).
Everything he did at Studio B that was not released before his death. The July 2, 1964 session had some of my favorite Jim Reeves songs. And the May 18 session did too. I don't know if any of those songs were released before July 31.
Gary, Jim's single of "I Guess I'm Crazy" was riding high on the charts at the time he was killed. Jim recorded this song at the May 18th session. Most, if not all, of the other songs from these two sessions were released after Jim's death on the LP "The Jim Reeves Way" and various singles.
Don't think you understood my question,I was asking which songs you would have released during his life-time,not the executives at RCA,if you had the chance to do so,not counting the ones that were finally released.