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Even Now
Conway Twitty
Even Now
Genres: Country, Pop
 
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All Artists: Conway Twitty
Title: Even Now
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca
Release Date: 8/20/1991
Genres: Country, Pop
Style: Classic Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 008811033521, 008811033545

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Hard-to-find but worth the time searching!
Jerry McDaniel | 08/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"this album from Conway came along in late 1991 around the time he was riding high with his smash Top-20 "She's Got a Man On Her Mind" {that single hit #16 on the Radio and Records Top-40}. it's hard-to-find now and when i bought it in 1993 it was after months and months of searching for it! even after it being on the market for just a year and a half, it was quickly becoming like so many Conway Twitty albums: out of print and unavailable. Sadly, this was the last studio album that Conway was alive to enjoy because of his death in 1993. In addition to the bouncy "She's Got a Man on Her Mind", some outstanding tracks include the title track "Even Now", "It's Such a Heartache", "Life's Too Short", and "She's In Love". just when you think that Conway couldn't do any more better he hits you with the haunting "Who Did They Think He Was?" which created controversy with it's lyrics of role models and heroes. all in all looking back i think that this was the album that Conway wanted to impress country radio and MCA with. The up-tempo songs are loud, dance oriented, and rock-infected, sort of Conway's way of saying that he could rock just as hard as the twentysomethings that were invading country radio in the early '90s. On "Everytime I Think It's Over" we hear a Conway from the past. this song sounds like it could've been recorded in the early '80s. (The lyrics suggest it.) "Someday You'll Love Me" harkens back to the early '60s rock music with it's arrangement. It has a constant repetition of it's title throughout the song much in the same manner of the pop hit "Such a Night" did. The bottom line is: I love this CD! However, i would've lined up the CD like this:1. She's Got a Man On Her Mind2. She's In Love3. It's Such a Heartache4. Even Now5. You Put It There6. Everytime I Think It's Over7. Let The Pretty Lady Dance8. Life's Too Short No Matter How Long It Lasts9. Someday You'll Love Me10. Who Did They Think He Was?"
Conway still had it!!
Kyle Boreing | Cincinnati, OH, USA | 07/09/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Music is constantly changing, and Conway Twitty is one of the few who really understood this. As the years went by, Conway was constantly evolving musically. No matter what the year, you can bet that Conway Twitty was on top of the style!! This album is no exception.Produced by Conway and wife Dee Henry, the songs are solid and well-arranged. Simplicity seemed to be the goal on this album, as very little "extras" were utilized, and the result is a FABULOUS album! Not a weak song on the disc.For those of you who only remember Twitty as a 70's honky-tonk balladeer, give this album a try. You'll definitely be surprised!"
EVEN NOW
Jeanette A Storaska | Northeastern, P.A. | 02/28/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"VERY HARD TO FIND, BUT I FINALLY FOUND IT. THIS CD HAS ALL DIFFERENT SONGS EXCEPT FOR THE SONG, "WHO DID THEY THINK HE WAS" IF YOUR LUCKY ENOUGH TO FIND THIS, GET IT, IT IS A MUST FOR YOUR COLLECTION. ALSO IT WAS PRODUCED BY CONWAY & HIS WIFE DEE HENERY. THAT COULD BE WHY IT WAS SO HARD TO FIND, BUT THE SEARCH WAS WORTH IT. OF COURSE I AMA CONWAY FAN FROM THE VERY BEGINNING, & I AM THANKFUL THAT WE CAN STILL LISTEN TO THE WONDERFUL VOICE HE WAS GIFTED WITH. THIS IS ONE YOU WILL NOT WANT TO NOT HAVE."