Harold Lloyd Jenkins (September 1, 1933 – June 5, 1993), better known by his stage name Conway Twitty, was an American country music singer. He also had success in the rock and roll, R&B, and pop genres. From 1971 to 1976, Twitty received a string of Country Music Association awards for duets with Loretta Lynn. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Here are all of Conway Twitty albums ranked.
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6. 25 Number Ones (2004)
““Conway Twitty: 25 Number Ones” contains slightly more than half of his songs that reached number one on American charts during his career. It includes several duets with Loretta Lynn, including “Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man,” “As Soon as I Hang up the Phone,” “After the Fire Is Gone,” and others. Some of Twitty’s most famous and endearing songs are laden with not-so-subtle sexual innuendo, without being explicit, (“You’ve Never Been This Far Before” comes to mind.)”
5. I Wonder What She’ll Think About Me Leaving (1971)
“People forget that before Twitty’s bushy hairdo and cringe-worthy suggestive innuendos, he was the best honky tonker to ever stand next to a lap steel guitar. And as the 70’s were gearing up, Conway toned down the rockabilly and turned up the melancholy. On this LP (in the height of his turtle-neck period) he reels off track after track of jukebox weepers. Tears drip from every beat; booze seeps from every note”
4. You Can’t Take The Country Out Of Conway (1969)
“I Love this album. It Didn’t do well in the charts but secret gems abound for classic Conway fans. My favorite is You’re the Best I Never Had. All of us have that one we wish we could step back in time for. This song speaks to that perfectly. “
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3. Conway Twitty Sings (1959)
“All those tracks are on the Conway Twitty Sings album, and by the standards of the 1960’s its a very good debut album indeed. Two songs were self penned, and the rest were well chosen songs popularised by other artists.”
2. You’ve Never Been This Far Before (1973)
“I really love Conway Twitty’s music. This is a very nice collection of his music. There is love and softness in this particular cd. What a voice that man has!! Conway is one of the best singers of any type of music. His voice and choice of songs is what makes him great.”
1. Hello Darlin’ (1970)
“If you are like me an avid Conway Twitty Fan;you will truly love this CD to me it is like being at one of his live concerts.Conway has the voice that can sing any song whether the songs are his or not.This the true growling sounds in these songs that made him #1.”