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Number 1's


Download links and information about Number 1's by Conway Twitty. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Rockabilly genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:03:21 minutes.

Artist: Conway Twitty
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, Country, Rockabilly
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:03:21
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No. Title Length
1. It's Only Make Believe 2:12
2. Next In Line 2:49
3. Hello Darlin' 2:27
4. After the Fire Is Gone (featuring Loretta Lynn) 2:38
5. Lead Me On (featuring Loretta Lynn) 2:24
6. I Can't Stop Loving You 2:47
7. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (featuring Loretta Lynn) 2:30
8. You've Never Been This Far Before 3:01
9. There's a Honky Tonk Angel (Who'll Take Me Back In) 2:56
10. As Soon As I Hang Up the Phone (featuring Loretta Lynn) 2:40
11. I See the Want In Your Eyes 2:47
12. Linda On My Mind 2:40
13. Touch the Hand 3:20
14. After All the Good Is Gone 2:57
15. Play, Guitar Play 3:21
16. Don't Take It Away 3:40
17. Happy Birthday Darlin' 2:51
18. I'd Just Love to Lay You Down 3:20
19. Rest Your Love On Me 4:30
20. Tight Fittin' Jeans 2:49
21. Red Neckin' Love Makin' Night 4:42



Despite the frequency with which album titles like Number 1's appear among record releases (this one is part of an entire series by that name), most recording artists don't have enough chart-topping singles to fill such a collection. Conway Twitty, however, has the opposite problem. Until 2006, when he was outdistanced by George Strait, Twitty held the record for the most number one singles on the Billboard country chart at 40. Since this 25-track collection begins with his sole pop chart-topper, "It's Only Make Believe," that leaves room for only 24 of those 40. That means even consisting solely of songs that hit the summit, this album is liable to disappoint a few Twitty fans who will object to the omission of one or the other of the remaining sixteen. (Notably, MCA Nashville has taken the trouble to make this a more-than-one-record-label set by licensing four of Twitty's hits from his days at Elektra and Warner Bros.). But that simply means that there should be a second volume, which could even toss in some of Twitty's number two hits for filler.