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Master Classics: The Very Best of Conway Twitty

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1 Heavenly Nance/Twitty 2:28
2 Mona Lisa Evans/Livingston 2:25
3 It's Only Make Believe Twitty/Nance 2:10
4 Halfway to Heaven Schroeder/Kalmanoff 2:18
5 What Am I Living For Harris/Jay 2:37
6 Big Town Twitty 2:27
7 I'll Try Nance/Twitty 2:17
8 Is a Bluebird Blue Penn 2:37
9 Born to Sing the Blues Twitty 2:17
10 Double Talk Baby Carrol/Puzey 2:07
11 Don't Go Too Far Twitty 2:04
12 Danny Boy Twitty 2:46
13 Lonely Boy Blue Wise/Weisman 2:14
14 The Hurt in My Heart Weisman/Wise 2:24
15 Golly Gosh Oh Gee Cooley 2:39
16 Shake It Up Baby Medley/Russell 2:39
17 Maybe Baby Twitty 2:36
18 I Need Your Loving Gardner/Lewis/Robin 3:10
19 Blue Is the Way I Feel Twitty 1:50
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Master Classics: The Very Best of Conway Twitty

Audio Compact Disc

Label: Master Classics

Style: Traditional Country

Master Classics: The Very Best of Conway Twitty

UPC: 881162807221

Release Date: 02/20/2007

Original Release Date: 02/20/2007

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Heavenly, Mona Lisa, It's Only Make Believe, Halfway to Heaven, What Am I Living For, Big Town, I'll Try, Is a Bluebird Blue, Born to Sing the Blues, Double Talk Baby, Don't Go Too Far, Danny Boy, Lonely Boy Blue, The Hurt in My Heart, Golly Gosh Oh Gee, Shake It Up Baby, Maybe Baby, I Need Your Loving, Blue Is the Way I Feel]
Contributors:

Al Campbell

Listeners who are only familiar with Conway Twitty's laid-back country hits of the '70s and '80s, will be surprised by the raucous, Elvis inspired rockabilly he recorded in the '50s. The fidelity on this Master Classics release is lacking, and some of the performances are taken from second generation sources, but is still recommended as the material is top-notch rockabilly. For further examination, with superior sound quality, of early Conway Twitty, track down Mercury's single-disc Best of Conway Twitty, Vol. 1: The Rockin' Years. ~ Al Campbell, Rovi