Jan 31, 2023
This week, we're taking a look back at Elvis's March 1975 recording sessions that produced the heavily country-tinged album "Today" - his very last session in a proper recording studio. Can Gurdip overcome his longstanding beef with country music to give the material a fair shake or is that just a great big "Fairytale"? Do producer Felton Jarvis' heavy overdubs work or do they lead to "T-R-O-U-B-L-E"?
For Song of the Week, Justin sticks with the country theme, picking Elvis's 1976 Jungle Room version of "Love Coming Down," originally by George Jones, while Gurdip muses over the lightweight "One Boy, Two Little Girls" from 1964's "Kissin' Cousins."
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