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Genres: Country, Pop
While he rose to fame as a rockabilly cat with the 1958 Presley soundalike classic, "It's Only Make Believe," it was Conway Twitty who later showed Elvis the way when he made a move to straight country in the mid-'60s and ... more »
While he rose to fame as a rockabilly cat with the 1958 Presley soundalike classic, "It's Only Make Believe," it was Conway Twitty who later showed Elvis the way when he made a move to straight country in the mid-'60s and became one of the genre's superstars. The heartaching "Hello Darlin'" was the song that took him there in 1970, and this album explains why he came to be known in Nashville as "a song's best friend." Included here are such emotion-drenched tracks as "Up Comes the Bottle," and "I'm So Used to Loving You," as well as fine versions of bluegrass evergreens "Rocky Top" and "Reuben James," and, a few years before Willie Nelson made it his own, Roy Acuff's "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain." --Billy Altman
Hello Dadlin -CONWAY TWITTWY-- RELEASED BY SUN
Jeanette A Storaska | Northeastern, P.A. | 01/28/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is by Conway, but it is not the orignal,"HELLO DARLIN" The orig. has the songs: Rocky Top,I'll get over losing you, up comes the bottle, you & your sweetlove,hello darlin, Rose,Rueben James I never once stopped loving you,will you visit me on Sunday,blue eyes crying in the rain,I'm so used to loving you, & a repeat of, hello darlin. So be careful to get the right one. I made the mistake & now I am reordering the right one. The Cd by SUN only has 8 of his songs, two of which are on the original. So be careful you get what you want."