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Performer: Jimmy Martin
Genre: Folk music
Title: I'd Like To Be Sixteen Again (And Know What I Know Now)
Country: US
Released: 1972
Style: Bluegrass
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James Henry Martin (August 10, 1927 – May 14, 2005) was an American bluegrass musician, known as the "King of Bluegrass". Martin was born in Sneedville, Tennessee and was raised in the hard farming life of rural East Tennessee. He grew up near Sneedville, singing in church and with friends from surrounding farms. His mother and stepfather who used to sing gospel were his first influences. When he was in his teens he bought a guitar.

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Watch the video for I Cried Again from Jimmy Martin's Tribute To The King Of Bluegrass - Volume 1 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Martin's high voice mixed with Monroe's tenor came to be known as the "high lonesome" sound. His influence radically changed Monroe's music from the fast-paced but smooth style of the "original" 1945 band with Flatt and Scruggs. Jimmy Martin (August 10, 1927 – May 14, 2005) was an American bluegrass musician, known as the "King of Bluegrass".

Jimmy Martin sounds a lot like Larry Sparks on this recording. I never knew Ralph recorded himself on lead doing Stone walls and steel bars ever too! Neat find. 3 years ago. +BluegrassBuzzbomb thanks buzzbomb this is ksevile who you helped tremendously at banjo hangout on the thread about Roy Lee Center. Still can't get enough of those recordings! BluegrassBuzzbomb. I'd Like To Be Sixteen Again (And Know What I Know Now) - Jimmy MartinTake's Bluegrass Album Channel. Jesco White, Obama Girl, & Ralph Stanley shoot an Eric C. Conn videocymorg. Post War Country Classics - Charlie MonroeTake's Bluegrass Album Channel.

What I Know Now Lyrics: You still hear every word that they say, But these days they ain't making no sound, You still had me thinking I'm crazy, Wish I knew then what I know now, You don't know what . Judge me) Still don't know if I believe there's anything above me (Let's go) I've been numb for so long, wanna feel something Look in the mirror, I don't like who I'm becoming I don't know my place, I done lost my way Think that I won't break I don't know my place, I. done lost my way Think that I won't break.

I'd Like To Be Sixteen Again (And Know What I Know Now) - Jimmy Martin. Reno & Smiley - 16 Greatest Gospel Hits (Full Album). Tribute To The Stanley Brothers - Keith Whitley and Ricky Skaggs. The King Of Bluegrass (Part 1). 27:39. Label: Decca - DL 74643Format: VinylCountry: USReleased: 1965Song List:A1 - Sunny Side Of The Mountain 2:06A2 - It Takes One To Know One 2:48A3 - Guitar Picking President 2:24A4 - Shenandoah Waltz 2:39A5 - Poor Ellen Smith 2:40A6 - I'd Rather Have America 3:10B1 - There's Better.

He didn’t know where to begin. No, you’re not like Frank Rice at all. Chris didn’t mean that. You don’t hit people, you don’t want to be horrible and nasty. You’re usually just trying to be funny, but sometimes the things you say do hurt people. Quite often, in fact. Give me an example,' said Damian. Well, take yesterday, for example,' said Will, 'when we were in the changing room after football.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Chattanooga Dog
Written-By – Tom T. Hall
3:06
A2 (I've Got My) Future On Ice
Written-By – Edria A. Humphrey*, Jerry Crutchfield
2:50
A3 I'd Like To Be Sixteen Again (And Know What I Know Now)
Written-By – Benny Williams , Chaw Mank , Don Suitor
2:53
A4 Midnight Rambler
Written-By – Jimmy Martin
2:25
A5 I Cried Again
Written-By – Autry Inman
2:24
A6 Milwaukee, Here I Come
Written-By – Lee Fikes
2:38
B1 Free Born Man
Written-By – Keith Allison, Mark Lindsay
2:48
B2 Tennessee
Written-By – Doyle Neikirk, Jimmy Martin
2:32
B3 Losing You
Written-By – Edria Humphrey, Jimmy Martin
2:49
B4 Lonesome Prison Blues
Written-By – Harold Donny, Jimmy Martin
2:52
B5 Don't Cry To Me
Written-By – Jimmy Martin, Paul Williams
2:32

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DL 75343 Jimmy Martin I'd Like To Be Sixteen Again (And Know What I Know Now) ‎(LP, Album) Decca DL 75343 US 1972
DL 75343 Jimmy Martin I'd Like To Be Sixteen Again (And Know What I Know Now) ‎(LP, Album) Decca DL 75343 US 1972