In 1974 was the time when Conway Twitty was continuously hitting the country charts, influencing other artists, and touching people’s lives. He placed another four top charting singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. These were “There’s a Honky Tonk Angel,” “As Soon As I Hang Up the Phone,” “I’m Not Through Loving You Yet,” and “I See The Want To In Your Eyes.” These songs are one of the most excellent music that everybody can remember.
Moreover, these songs can definitely remind you of the charisma of the one and only Conway Twitty.
All in all, Conway Twitty had placed a total of fifty-five number one songs on the country charts. It made history as he’s the only the country artist to reach the highest number of top charting singles. Not until George Strait bested the accomplishment. Nevertheless, Conway Twitty is still one of a kind and one of the world’s greatest performers of all time.
There’s a Honky Tonk Angel…
Troy Seals and Denny Rice were the songwriters behind the words and lyrics of “There’s a Honky Tonk Angel.” Conway released the song in January 1974 and was part of his album “Hony Tonk Angel.” It was Conway’s 10th number single on the country charts. On March 23, 1974, the song placed at No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
As Soon As I Hang Up the Phone…
Conway Twitty, himself, wrote the words and lyrics behind “As Soon As I Hang Up the Phone.” The song was part of his album “Country Partners.” It became No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart on August 17, 1974. With this, he and Loretta Lynn earned their fourth No.1 single on the country charts.
I’m Not Through Loving You Yet…
Conway Twitty and L.E. White co-wrote the song. “I’m Not Through Loving You Yet” was part of his album of the same name. It was released in April 1974.
I See The Want To In Your Eyes…
From October 19 to October 26, 1974, the song placed at No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It became Conway’s 11th No.1 single on the country charts. Moreover, “I See The Want To In Your Eyes” was written by Mischa Scorer and Wayne Carson. The song was part of his album “I’m Not Through Loving You Yet.”
In the course of Conway Twitty’s career, he has proven his difference among the other greatest artists in the history of music. His triumph as a singer, songwriter, producer, recording artist and entertainer sets him to be the ultimate legend of all time. Conway’s accomplishments such as the 55 No.1 singles, sold out concerts and performances, numerous awards, and his story is undeniably one of a kind. He indeed was a people mover.
Conway Twitty has a different story among others; he was the guy who worked hard to achieve fame and luxury in life. Also, respect towards others, guided him to be prosperous, one reason why people accepted and embraced him wholeheartedly as a celebrity and as a person. Most interestingly, Conway’s story doesn’t include torment nor self-destruction, drinking nor drugs. Instead, he used the love of his family and the care of his supporters to step onto the ladder of victory.
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