Country Disco: 15 Great, Wild and WTF Songs

From Conway Twitty's "Tight Fittin' Jeans" to Dolly Parton's "Baby I'm Burnin'"

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Narvel Felts, "Everlasting Love"

This oft-covered classic penned by two of Nashville's finest writers, Mac Gayden and Buzz Cason, was perfectly suited to the R&B version Carl Carlton took to pop's Top 10 in 1974. In 1981, teen heartthrob Rex Smith and rocker Rachel Sweet cracked the Top 40 with a highly charged new-wave-inspired duet. Between the two, in 1979, Louise Mandrell recorded a version that fizzled, but prolific country hitmaker Narvel Felts notched a Top 15 hit in a version accentuating the song's innate disco trappings and emphasizing the singer's unusually dramatic vibrato. S.B.

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