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Two's a Party
Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty
Two's a Party
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty
Title: Two's a Party
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca Special Products
Release Date: 1/1/1995
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
Styles: Roadhouse Country, Classic Country
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 076732200421, 076742026349

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Join the party everybody
Jerry McDaniel | 03/16/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"this 1981 album {re-issued on CD in 1990} is an under-rated album but it contained 2 Top-10 hits. The reason it may be under-rated is because the title track wasn't a single...whatever the reason, this 10 song duet album is a classic. Rafe VanHoy wrote the title track, a song about a couple discovering that they're finally alone after a party: "Two's a Party, three's a crowd, but we can still get down! if we don't wanna get loud we can celebrate the night away and toast the morning light; two is all it takes to make a party last all night". The hits were "I Still Believe in Waltzes" and the geography lesson in song "Lovin' What Your Lovin' Does To Me" {..."our love is hotter than the flames that swept Chicago, deeper than the Gulf of Mexico; sweeter than the sugar cane way down in with you is where i want to be i'm just Lovin' What Your Lovin' Does To Me"...}. "The State of Our Union" and "If I Ever Had To Say Goodbye To You" are also great. "I'd Rather Have What We Had", a Bobby Braddock song, just might hold the record as the most recorded song that hasn't been a hit single by anyone. George Jones recorded the song in 1983; John Conlee recorded the song in 1981. Conway and Loretta's version of the song is track 4. the novelty of the album is "Silent Partner" and not "Lovin' What Your Lovin' Does To Me", despite what your ears might tell you. While the latter is up-tempo, "Silent Partner" has more silly lyrics than the other. Loretta coos "let me be your Silent Partner, undercover...secret style". The album cover is a bit of a shock: Conway has his hands in a fist, his fingers aren't on Loretta. this may have been his idea or MCA's in an effort to down-play the on-going perverted rumors that they were secret lovers..."