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Poll: Is This New Recording of Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis Authentic?

jerry lee lewis Poll: Is This New Recording of Elvis and Jerry Lee Lewis Authentic?

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A new clip of a historic jam session with [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Elvis[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Jerry Lee Lewis[/lastfm] in 1960 has surfaced, but the company in charge of Elvis’ catalogue is claiming the recording isn’t real.

An audio forensics expert confirmed the voices on the recording were in fact the King and Lewis, but some people still have doubts over its authenticity. Listen to the clip yourself and tell us…is this really a long-lost recording of the King and Jerry Lee Lewis?

The owner of the clip, Rod Lambert from Nashville, purchased the recording at a garage sale a while back, only to now realize he might have a piece of history right in hands. He posted the clip on his website and had the recording verified by an audio expert who confirmed that it was Elvis and Lewis bantering back and forth.

However, the company responsible for Elvis’ catalogue has their doubts about the recording and says it isn’t really the King.

We want to know what you think…Click here to listen to the clip on, and tell us if you think it’s really the rock and roll legends on the tape!

[Source: TMZ]

  • RainbowRay

    Don’t think it’s the real deal and I don’t believe that’s the real voice of Elvis. I listened to that recording several times and it’s really hard to make out Elvis’s so called voice, but from what I can make out, it doesn’t sound like him to me at all.

    Rainbow Ray

  • Steve

    The Elvis you are listening to is under the influence so his words are slurred….also if you go to you can hear the singing clips..

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