The Bottom Line
- "Hello Darlin'"
- "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man"
- "Happy Birthday Darlin'"
- 25 Numer One Hits
- From 1958 to 1986
- Features: "Hello Darlin'," "It's Only Make Believe," & After The Fire Is Gone" with Loretta Lynn.
Guide Review - Conway Twitty - 25 Number Ones
These are his biggest hits from all the labels he recorded for. He had 55 #1 hit records on pop and country charts. The Beatles and Elvis, not even Frank Sinatra did that. Conway was inspired by and modeled himself after Elvis Presley and took on that kind of rockabilly cat style with "It's Only Make Believe," which became a #1 pop hit that made him a household name. Throughout his career, he has touched every popular musical category: rockabilly, blues, rock'n'roll, Dixieland, R&B, gospel and mainstream country. Not many artists can say they've done that.
"You've Never Been This Far Before" was a song that was banned from some radio stations for some of the lines in the song. "I See The Want In Your Eyes," "Don't Take It Away," and "Tight Fittin' Jeans." are songs that will be remembered for a very long time in country music.
If this kind of music has made memories in your life as it has mine, it's a great one to add to any country music collection. I sure miss his incredible voice in today's country music. Thanks for the many memories you gave me Conway.