|1||Three Days Straight|
|2||The Sleep Of The Just|
|9||Don't Bother Asking Me|
|10||Didn't Have A Prayer|
|11||After All These Years|
|Philo 1222||Ray Wylie Hubbard||Eternal And Lowdown (CD)||Philo||Philo 1222||Netherlands||2001|
Ray Wylie Hubbard (born November 13, 1946) is an American singer and songwriter. Hubbard was born in the town of Soper, Oklahoma. His family moved to Oak Cliff in southwest Dallas, Texas, in 1954. He attended W. H. Adamson High School with Michael Martin Murphey. Hubbard graduated in 1965 and enrolled in the University of North Texas as an English major. He spent the summers in Red River, New Mexico, playing folk music in a trio known as Three Faces West.
Album · 2001 · 11 Songs. More By Ray Wylie Hubbard. The Grifter's Hymnal. A: Enlightenment B: Endarkenment.
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And what it tells you about Ray Wylie Hubbard is, he’s the kind of scrapper poet with the devil-may-care wherewithal to write both lay down a groove like a monkey getting’ off and shakes the mortal coil round my amaranthine soul into the same song – and the lethal charm and chops to pull it off. This really was a very special record to me, Hubbard says.
Like most folks, I knew Ray Wylie as the guy who wrote and sang the theme from Austin City Limits, and the guy who wrote Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother. From now on, I also know him as a carrier of the country/rock/blues torch. This is, plain and simple, a great album. Hubbard writes and sings with the world-weary attitude of someone who’s seen it all, done it all, but still is looking for that one last spark to keep him going. The songs here are inspired. Lyrically, you won’t find too many better batches of songs throughout the entire year.
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Produced by Gurf Morlix. Album Eternal and Lowdown. John the Revelator's knocking at my door John the Revelator's knocking at my door Got an "0" Resonator made in 1934. Written By Ray Wylie Hubbard. Eternal and Lowdown Ray Wylie Hubbard.