Ray Wylie Hubbard: Growl

Texas roots musician Ray Wylie Hubbard’s latest recording, "Growl," is a notable gut-level exploration of what Hubbard describes as "rural people with their own agenda." Crafted with roots producer-extraordinaire Gurf Morlix, Hubbard’s bottleneck and steel guitars provide the perfect setting for his hearty voice and poetic lyrics.
Growl
Released: 4/1/2003
Label: Philo
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