(Lost Her Love) On Our Last Date
Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud, Loud Music)
How Much More Can She Stand
I Can't See Me Without You
I Love You More Today
15 Years Ago
The Image of Me
If You Were Mine To Lose
Next in Line
Early buzz about our new Conway Twitty album Timeless:
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All of the recordings here have been enhanced and updated by Conway's daughter Joni Twitty Ryles and John Wesley Ryles along with Grammy Award winning engineer Mark Capps, pianist Ron Oates, guitarist Kevin Williams, and guitarist Tony Durante, all adding beautiful musical touches in taking this album into the contemporary country music era.
Pure Country 1067 - Conway Twitty was born Harold Lloyd Jenkins on September 1, 1933 in Friars Point in Coahoma County in northwestern Mississippi. The Jenkins family were of Welsh descent. He was named by his great-uncle, after his favorite silent movie actor, Harold Lloyd.
From Joni Twitty:
We are so excited to announce that our Timeless album is now ready for pre-sale. If you order it today you will be able to receive it after September 1st. October 6th is the official release date for everyone else, but we want to make it available for our friends who visit us here on conwaytwitty.com so they can get it early! Just press the link and it will allow you to order right now! Just scroll down to the merchandise area, open it and you will find the new TIMELESS album.
The fact that Country music did indeed find its identity in the 70's was due largely to the influence of Waylon and fellow outlaws Willie Nelson, David Allen Coe, and Kris Kristoferson, listening to the recordings on this album is like walking across that musical bridge from the muddled, unfocused Country of the 60's to the proud and unabashed Country of the 70's. The project gives hope to those who feel Country has again lost its bearings, reminding them that one single voice can inspire others to correct course and follow suit. More importantly, listening to these songs is like reconnecting with a long lost friend.
Country Rewind Records to release Waylon Jennings The Lost Nashville Sessions
The album includes covers of “Brown Eyed Handsome Man,” from Chuck Berry, and Kris Kristofferson's “Sunday Morning Coming Down”. I think we all remember that one recorded by Johnny Cash. The songs on this album were all recorded in 1970, and were recently enhanced by Bobby Turner, the legend's longtime steel guitar player and producer. Bobby Turner now plays with Chris Stapleton.
Waylon one of the original "Outlaws" and a "Highwayman" in his own right, on this album sounds like he just came out of the studio yesterday with these songs. Larger than life., that is the feelings I got while listening to these well preserved historic recordings.