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The #1 Hits Collection


Download links and information about The #1 Hits Collection by Conway Twitty. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 01:37:26 minutes.

Artist: Conway Twitty
Release date: 2000
Genre: Country
Tracks: 33
Duration: 01:37:26
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No. Title Length
1. It's Only Make Believe 2:13
2. Next In Line 2:51
3. I Love You More Today 2:33
4. To See My Angel Cry 2:41
5. Hello Darlin' 2:27
6. Fifteen Years Ago 3:10
7. After the Fire Is Gone (featuring Loretta Lynn) 2:38
8. How Much More Can She Stand 2:56
9. Lead Me On (featuring Loretta Lynn) 2:25
10. (Lost Her Love) On Our Last Date 3:23
11. I Can't Stop Loving You 2:48
12. She Needs Someone to Hold Her (When She Cries) 2:47
13. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (featuring Loretta Lynn) 2:32
14. You've Never Been This Far Before 3:01
15. There's a Honky Tonk Angel (Who'll Take Me Back In) 2:56
16. As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone (featuring Loretta Lynn) 2:41
17. I See the Want to In Your Eyes 2:47
18. (Lying Here With) Linda On My Mind 2:42
19. Touch the Hand 3:22
20. Feelins' (featuring Loretta Lynn) 2:56
21. This Time I've Hurt Her More (Than She Loves Me) 2:28
22. After All the Good Is Gone 2:58
23. The Games That Daddies Play 3:05
24. (I Can't Believe) She Gives It All to Me 2:26
25. Play Guitar Play 3:22
26. I've Already Loved You In My Mind 2:47
27. Don't Take It Away 3:43
28. I May Never Get to Heaven 2:49
29. Happy Birthday Darlin' 2:53
30. I'd Just Love to Lay You Down 3:20
31. Rest Your Love On Me 4:15
32. Tight Fittin' Jeans 2:50
33. Red Neckin' Love Makin' Night 4:41



Judging an artist on the basis of what hit the top of the charts can occasionally be a risky business, since it's not always true that the best material is the most popular. In the case of Conway Twitty, however, it's an excellent criteria, since over the course of nearly 30 years, the great majority of his singles did indeed reach the top of the chart, so winnowing down his catalog to just number one singles still gives an excellent overview of the scope and quality of Twitty's music, even if it leaves behind such classic sides as "I Wonder What She'll Think About Me Leaving," which peaked at a mere four. In fact, even though MCA Nashville/Decca's double-disc collection The #1 Hits Collection has 33 tracks, it doesn't even have all of his number one hits, largely because it cuts off in 1981, the last year he recorded for MCA, so even though this is quite extensive, it doesn't even have all of his chart-toppers! That said, it does have all the number ones from his late-'60s/'70s peak, when he was produced by Owen Bradley and dominated the country charts with his lush romantic ballads and duets with Loretta Lynn, four of which are included here. Yes, 1994's four-disc box set The Conway Twitty Collection fills in some gaps this leaves behind, but those are minor. All the major hits and songs are here, providing both an excellent summary and introduction to this country giant.