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"Conway Twitty - Greatest Hits, Vol. 3 [MCA]"
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"Conway Twitty - Greatest Hits, Vol. 3 [MCA]"
Genres: Country, Pop
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All Artists: Conway Twitty
Title: "Conway Twitty - Greatest Hits, Vol. 3 [MCA]"
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Mca Special Products
Original Release Date: 5/15/1990
Re-Release Date: 4/25/1990
Genres: Country, Pop
Style: Classic Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 076732639122, 0076732639122

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Conway's final big hits
Jerry McDaniel | 01/01/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD came along in 1990 amidst Conway's 25th, or, Silver Anniversary as a country singer. MCA compiled all the singles from 1987, 1988, and 1989 and added a new one "Fit To Be Tied Down". Conway's career had been one of numerous #1 hits (at the time he had chalked up 54 #1 hits and 22 Top-10's) and in the world of country music, he was the only artist that had debuted on the charts in the 1950's {pop music} still sending singles into the Top-10 as late as 1989! Although "Fit To Be Tied Down" stalled at #21 on the Radio and Records chart, that was far better than any of his peers were able to do. The CD contains his 53rd and 54th #1 hits: "Julia" from 1987 and "She's Got a Single Thing In Mind" from 1989 among his last major Top-10 hits: the #6 "That's My Job", the #2 "I Want To Know You Before We Make Love", "I Wish I Was Still in Your Dreams' hit #4, "Goodbye Time" reached #7, and "Saturday Night Special" reached #6. Also included are two 1989 Top-20 hits: the #19 "House On Old Lonesome Road" and the #19 "Who's Gonna Know?". This CD, naturally, has been replaced in the following years with more comprehensive CDs but if you have "Volume One" from 1972, "Volume Two" from 1976, "The Very Best of Conway Twitty" from 1978, "Number Ones" from 1982, "Classic Conway" from 1983, "Latest Greatest Hits" from 1984, "#1's:The Warner Brothers Years" from 1988, the TV advertised album "The Very Best of Conway Twitty" from 1989, then getting "Volume Three" from 1990 is the next step for completion."