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Jimmy Martin – Wild At Heart (Deluxe Edition) (2014)

: Jimmy Martin
Title Of Album: Wild At Heart (Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Sonic Revolution
Genre: Rock, Melodic Rock, AOR
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 56:58 Min
Total Size: 138 Mb


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2. Break Free
3. Love Don't Live Here Anymore
4. I Wish You Here Tonight (with Robin Beck)
5. Born To Run
6. Love Somebody (with Rick Springfield)
7. Different
8. Love Is The Answer (with Laurie Wisefield)
9. When Your Smile Fades Away (with Laurie Wisefield)
10. Life Without Love (with Laurie Wisefield)
11. My Sharona
12. Driving Through The Pouring Rain
13. Superhero (radio version)
14. Superhero (single version)
15. Superhero (rock mix)

Blessed with a great tenor voice, traditional bluegrass singer and guitarist
Jimmy Martin mastered his craft as lead vocalist for Bill Monroe's Blue
Grass Boys for much of 1949-1951 and again in 1952-1953. Martin's vocals
and his dynamic guitar playing both complemented Monroe perfectly, and
in the opinion of many, he was the finest lead singer and guitarist Bill
ever had. In 1951, between stints with Monroe's band, Martin joined
with the Osborne Brothers, forming the Sunny Mountain Boys. Though this
association lasted only until 1955, Martin has used this band name up to
the present. In keeping up such high standards over the years, Martin
has hired numerous major-league musicians, including banjo players J.D.
Crowe, Bill Emerson, Vic Jordan, Alan Munde, and mandolin player Paul
Williams, all of whom subsequently made it big in bluegrass. Martin is
required listening for anyone with more than a passing interest in
Martin was born and raised in the Cumberland Mountains of East Tennessee. As a teenager, he fell in love with Monroe's music,
which inspired him to pursue a career as a singer. He began working at
radio stations around Morristown, TN, to gain experience; he also worked
as a housepainter to make ends meet. At the age of 22, he auditioned in
Nashville for Monroe's band to replace Mac Wiseman, and he successfully
passed the audition. For the next four years, Martin stayed with
Monroe, recording 46 sides for Decca Records. In 1951, Martin briefly
sang with Bob Osborne, which was captured on a series of singles for
King Records. At the same time, he was a member of the Monroe side
project the Shenandoah Valley Trio, which cut several songs for
Martin split from Monroe for good in 1954, joining Bobby and Sonny Osborne's duo as a lead singer. He stayed with the Osbornes
for about a year, recording several sessions for RCA-Victor. Jimmy left
the brothers the following year, taking the band name Sunny Mountain
Boys — which had previously been used by the Osborne Brothers — with
him. In the spring of 1956, Martin signed with Decca Records and made
his first solo recordings. Through his solo records and performances on
the Grand Ole Opry and the Louisiana Hayride, Martin helped bring
bluegrass into the mainstream. This was primarily because he
concentrated on bluegrass that focused on the vocals, not the
instruments. Within two years, he began charting in the country Top 40,
beginning with the number 14 single "Rock Hearts." Throughout the '60s,
he had the occasional hit single and became a staple of the bluegrass
festival circuit.
Over the years, Martin's Sunny Mountain Boys hosted a wealth of new musical talents, including Doyle Lawson, Bill Emerson,
Clarence "Tater" Tate, Paul Williams, Alan Munde, and J.D. Crowe.
Although the lineup of the band changed constantly, the quality of the
musicians remained high throughout his career.
In 1971, Martin sang "I Saw the Light" and "Sunny Side of the Mountain" on the Nitty Gritty
Dirt Band's Will the Circle Be Unbroken, which helped increase his
audience. Martin parted from Decca Records in 1974, signing with
Starday/Gusto Records shortly after his departure. He stayed at Gusto
for nearly a decade, releasing six albums during his tenure at the
label. After Gusto went out of business in the '80s, Martin began his
own record label, King of Bluegrass, which reissued his classic Decca
recordings. Martin continued to perform concerts and bluegrass festivals
into the '90s.
In 1999 Martin was the subject of a biography titled "True Adventures With the King of Bluegrass." A few years later, in
2003, he became the subject of the documentary film King of
Bluegrass:The Life & Times of Jimmy Martin. The bluegrass legend
passed away May 14, 2005 after a long battle with cancer. ~ Stephen
Thomas Erlewine & David Vinopal, Rovi

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