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Don't Call Him A Cowboy

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Artist: Conway Twitty Album: Don't Call Him a Cowboy Year: 1985 Tracks 1. Don't Call Him a Cowboy 2. Somebody Lied 3. Between Blue Eyes and Jeans 4. Note 5. Whichever One Comes First 6. Everyone Has Someone They Can't Forget 7. Those Eyes 8. Except for You 9. Green Eyes 10. Take It Like a Man

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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B0011X7WH4
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #573,061 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Jeanette A. Storaska on December 3, 2013
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Own this & love it for on it is a special song, "Somebody Lied" which was suppose to be released as a single but personal reasons @ Conway's request wasn't. Had it been released I feel it would went to the top of the charts & been added to his giant list of hits. You will only find the song mentioned above on this Cd it is not on any other & it is done w/heart & soul, a knock out song plus the whole Cd is w/other songs are just as good. I mention "Somebody Lied" because if you have Cd you'll not hear it anywhere else it was never released as a single that I know of. This Cd has not been out long & when I saw it I jumped on it mainly for the song I mentioned. Gone But not Forgotten' Jeanette A
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Although Conway's previous album, BY HEART, featured more country-oriented material by comparison to the songs found on LOST IN THE FEELING and DREAM MAKER, this DON'T CALL HIM A COWBOY was even more country than BY HEART. I title the review 'back to the basics' because the songs found on the album feature sparse production. There isn't a lot of electric guitars and pop-sounding instrumentation prominently on display.

Another thing is the album is ballad heavy. It has it's share of up-tempo numbers but by and large 97% of the material are ballads. Three songs altogether pick up the pace. The first, "Don't Call Him a Cowboy", became the 50th single of his career to reach a #1 position in the music charts. It's a cute sing-a-long about a guy who tries to impress a woman by dressing up like a cowboy but as Conway explains in a clever sort of way, the clothes don't make the man. I have him on video singing this song and he chuckles during the "...and if he ain't good in the saddle, lord, you won't be satisfied..." line. I've always liked the song from the moment I heard it. It also serves as a put-down on the Urban Cowboy movement that was in it's dying days in country music.

The second up-tempo song is "Whichever One Comes First", track #5. It's not exactly a bonafide up-tempo song like "Don't Call Him a Cowboy" but it has it's up-tempo moments to prevent it from being a ballad. I assume one would refer to that type of delivery as mid-tempo.

Anyway, "Whichever One Comes First" is about a woman who hopes that the man she's met will be the right one and wonders if her affection for him will last forever or just until the next morning.

The third up-tempo song on the album is "Between Her Blue Eyes and Jeans", track number 3 and the second single from the album.
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Conway has put together a great collection of songs in this album. Somebody Lied, The Note,Except For You, these are such beautiful songs,it is great to see this released on cd. Conway was snubbed by the CMA in his lifetime,shame on them, but not by his fans. Conway even had more hits than Elvis( a artist he liked),Elvis started singing Hello Darlin' when he first met Conway. Conway died suddenly in 1993 but his legend lives on.Who else can compare to his record?, hits in a career that spanned five decades. From the 1958 to 1993, number one hits, whose gonna fill his shoes???
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I am so glad to see this album finally available. I have the original cassette and was told it was out of circulation and was never made into a CD. I wore the cassette out and have looked for it for over 7 yrs. I don't care much for the title song but the rest of the songs are some of his prettiest and best I ever heard and aren't on any other album or CD in circulation. Such as: The Note; Everyone Has Someone; and most of the other songs. I believe the original album and cassettes are and will be true collector items. If anyone has an unopened cassette, please let me know
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I loved the songs: Those Eyes, The Note, Whichever on comes first, and Between Her Blue Eyes and Jeans. You'll love this cd it was in excellent condition.
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