Nothing is known about this recording session when Elvis recorded his new vocals to I Feel That I've Known You Forever, for inclusion in the movie 'Tickle Me', but it is thought to be sometime in October 1964 and held at Paramount Sound Stage.
The audio for I Feel That I've Known You Forever (HX-02), containing Elvis' new vocal (dubbed to the original 1962 backing minus the 1962 vocal), still exists without the movie overdubs.
Guitar overdubs were added to It Feels So Right and Put The Blame On Me, possibly by Tommy Tedesco.
The production numbers for In Your Arms and Slowly But Surely are not known, but they are possible J and K.
Although In Your Arms was considered to be reused for the movie 'Tickle Me' it was eventually not used.
Long and short versions were produced for most tracks.
(It's A) Long Lonely Highway and I'm Yours were released as a single (47-8657) in August 1965 to help promote the movie 'Tickle Me'. However, on the single RCA used Take 1 of (It's A) Long Lonely Highway instead of the already released master (Take 2) even though it was Take 2 that appeared in the movie. I'm Yours was also different to the released master as it was minus Elvis' vocal overdub and recitation as featured on the already released master.
Special thanks to Kevan Budd for information about this recording session.