Top Ray Wylie Hubbard Albums
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Co-Starring
Co-Starring
[2020]
Tell the Devil I'm Gettin' There as Fast as I Can
Tell the Devil I'm Gettin' There as Fast as I Can
[2017]
The Ruffian's Misfortune
The Ruffian's Misfortune
[2015]
Ruffian's Misfortune
Ruffian's Misfortune
[2015]
The Grifter's Hymnal
The Grifter's Hymnal
[2012]
A: Enlightenment B: Endarkenment
A: Enlightenment B: Endarkenment
[2009]
A: Enlightenment B: Endarkenment (Hint: There Is No C)
A: Enlightenment B: Endarkenment (Hint: There Is No C)
[2009]
Snake Farm
Snake Farm
[2006]
Delirium Tremolos
Delirium Tremolos
[2005]
Growl
Growl
[2003]
Eternal and Lowdown
Eternal and Lowdown
[2001]
Crusades of the Restless Knights
Crusades of the Restless Knights
[1999]
Live At Cibolo Creek Country Club
Live At Cibolo Creek Country Club
[1998]
Dangerous Spirits
Dangerous Spirits
[1997]
Loco Gringos Lament
Loco Gringos Lament
[1994]
Lost Train of Thought
Lost Train of Thought
[1991]
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Drink Till I See Double (feat. Paula Nelson & Elizabeth Cook) Drunken Poet's Dream The Messenger Mississippi Flush Don't Bother Asking Me Fast Left Hand (feat. The Cadillac Three) Old Wolf Joyride This River Runs Red Down By The River The Ballad Of The Crimson Kings Mississippi John Hurt (feat. Pam Tillis) Bad Trick (feat. Ringo Starr, Don Was, Joe Walsh & Chris Robinson) Wasp's Nest Crimson Dragon Tattoo Prayer Tell The Devil I'm Gettin' There As Fast As I Can (feat. Lucinda Williams And Eric Church) The Sun Also Rises Outlaw Blood (feat. Ashley Mcbryde) Screw You, We're From Texas Waymore's Blues Old Guitar Polecat The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse If Heaven Is Not A Place To Go Dallas After Midnight Rabbit Down Home Country Blues Last Train To Amsterdam Resurrection Dangerous Spirits Choctaw Bingo Kilowatts Hey That's All Right Wild Gods Of Mexico Dust Of The Chase Mother Hubbard's Blues Torn In Two Drivin' Wheel Loose The Beauty Way Opium Rock And Roll Gypsies Tornado Ripe A. Enlightenment B. Endarkenment (Hint: There Is No C) Coochy Coochy New Year's Eve At The Gates Of Hell Henhouse Lazarus Mother Blues Train Yard Lucifer And The Fallen Angels Open G No Lie The Rebellious Sons (feat. Bright Lights Social Hour) Three Days Straight In Times Of Cold (feat. Patty Griffin) Roll And I Tumble Rooster Purgatory Road Bones House Of The White Rose Bouquet Didn't Have A Prayer Crows Red Dress After The Harvest Stone Blind Horses Chick Singer, Badass Rockin' R.o.c.k. (feat. Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown) Just To Hold You Bless The Hearts Of The Lonely Snake Farm Without Love (we're Just Wastin' Time) The Way Of The Fallen The Last Younger Son Every Day Is The Day Of The Dead Black Wings This Mornin' I Am Born Again After All These Years Live And Die Rock And Roll South Of The River Coricidin Bottle Red Badge Of Courage Conversation With The Devil Moss And Flowers Ask God Wanna Rock And Roll Count My Blessings Stolen Horses Sugar Cane The Knives Of Spain Pots And Pans Black Dog Preacher The Sleep Of The Just Whoop And Hollar Weevils Little Mama Spider, Snaker And Little Sun Name Droppin' Dead Thumb King Easy Money Down In Texas God Looked Around Heartaches And Grease The Lovers In Your Dreams There Are Some Days Airplane Fell Down In Dixie The River Bed Jessie Mae Too Young Ripe, Too Young Rotten All Loose Things Barefoot In Heaven Hey Mama, My Time Ain't Long Mr. Musselwhite's Blues Hummingbird (feat. Peter Rowan) Rock Gods (feat. Aaron Lee Tasjan) After The Fall The Real Trick Love Never Dies
Related Information for Ray Wylie Hubbard
Ray Wylie Hubbard (born 13 November 1946 in Soper, Oklahoma, moved to Dallas, Texas, USA in 1954) is an American country music singer and songwriter. An active performer since 1965, his song "Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother" was made famous by Jerry Jeff Walker in 1973. He has recorded and performed continuously since then, apart from a short period in the late 1980s.With a keen eye of observation and a wise man’s knowledge, Ray Wylie Hubbard composes and performs a dozen songs that couldn’t spring from anywhere else but out of his fertile rock and roll bluesy poet-in-the-blistering-heat southern noggin. ”I like to look at both enlightenment and endarkenment,” he declares. “I feel comfortable observing each.” Hi... read more