is the sixth studio album of country/bluegrass singer Once Upon a Time Marty Stuart. The album is mostly acoustic, featuring mainly bluegrass songs and Marty Stuart's mandolin. It is a retrospective of Stuart's teenage work during his time with  Lester Flatt and Nashville Grass; the All Music Guide to Country describes the album as "certainly a special compilation" of a "true musical treasure" that "documents the early years and provides a glimpse into the development of an artist of character and quality." 
Track listing [ edit ]
"Take A Little Time"
Marty Stuart/T.M. Coleman
Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud, Loud Music)"
Joe Maphis/Rose Lee Maphis/Max Fidler Marty Stuart
Orange Blossom Special" (Live) E.T. Rouse
Marty Stuart & Clarence 'Tater' Tate
J. Maphis/R. Maphis
Marty Stuart & Johnny Cash
"The Bluebirds Are Singing For Me"
Lester Flatt Marty Stuart
"Till The End Of The World Rolls Around"
"I Don't Love Nobody"
"The Sun's Coming Up"
"What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul?"
Marty Stuart &
"Black Mountain Rag"
"Somebody Loves You Darlin'"
W. Morris/Z. Morris
Marty Stuart & Curly Seckler
"Two In The Morning"
Personnel [ edit ]
Johnny Cash- vocals on "Mother Maybelle" Pete Corum-
bass, background vocals
Lester Flatt- vocals on "The Bluebirds Are Singing for Me" Kenny Ingram-
banjo, background vocals
Curly Seckler- rhythm guitar, mandolin, background vocals, lead vocals on "What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul" and "Somebody Loves You Darlin'
Marty Stuart- acoustic guitar, mandolin, lead vocals, background vocals Clarence "Tater" Tate-
fiddle, background vocals, lead vocals on "Orange Blossom Special" Blake Williams- 5-string banjo
References [ edit ]