Texas singer-songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard’s ragged-but-right vocals and lyrical wits continue to get better and better with age. The sound he's aiming for — and bulls-eyed — recalls many of his favorite rock records of the ’60s, with equal doses of Small Faces, Rolling Stones, and Buffalo Springfield. He’s the kind scrapper poet with the devil-may-care wherewithal to write both “lay down a groove like a monkey gettin’ off” and “shakes the mortal coil round my amaranthine soul” into the same song – and the
lethal charm and chops to pull it off.
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