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Conway Twitty
Borderline
Genres: Country, Pop
 

      
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All Artists: Conway Twitty
Title: Borderline
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca Special Products
Release Date: 1/1/1995
Genres: Country, Pop
Style: Classic Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 076732596920, 076732596944

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...Conway is the greatest...
Jerry McDaniel | 03/16/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"this album came along in 1987 and it featured the huge #1 Radio and Records hit "Julia". the song featured a twinkling piano as it's hook, with Conway delivering the song as only he could: "you were always there for me, Julia. i was so afraid to fall in love. i thought you'd wait for me, but is it too late for me, now? have you given up?". on the Mexican-influenced title track, Conway sings about familiar territory: lothario romance. the song is about a man's weakness for love but he must decide whether or not to cheat on his wife. "Borderline, don't let me cross over. She's right behind me in the moonlight. Lord knows i've tried to think of my lover, Borderline, don't let me cross her tonight" goes the chorus of the song. "That's My Job" closes the album. "I Want To Know You Before We Make Love" features Conway's signature showstopping long notes. "Fifteen to Forty Three" is about a guy who looks back in his past and is sad about the present. "I'm for Awhile" is a sing-a-long type of song one might find on a John Mellancamp album of the same era. "Everybody Needs a Hero" is a rocking blues-type song about childhood idols. "Snake Boots" is a novelty song. "Not Enough Love To Go 'Round" is a haunting love ballad, highlighted by the quivering guitar notes and Conway's seductive narrations. did i forget to mention that i LOVE this album! it's one of Conway's greatest albums."