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  • Summary: The singer-songwriter from Oklahoma releases his first album in four years.
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  1. Powerful and smart above all else, Enlightenment may just be Hubbard's finest record, and it's certainly the new decade's first essential album.
  2. This leathery roots record contains music that bridges the gap between frail flesh and powerful spirit ruggedly, sensually, and honestly, making it a work of high art.
  3. Like Lucinda Williams, every blessed bon mot Hubbard drawls sounds lowdown--and eternal.
  4. Hubbard may sound ragged and patchy beyond his years at times, but there is no ignoring the fact that A. Enlightenment B. Endarkenment (Hint: There Is No C) is a damn fine record from a genuine Texas songwriting institution.
  5. Its grit and graft will keep his cult following happy. [Apr 2010, p.112]
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    It's a gruff set of semi-apocalypic country-blues songs with twangy guitar and all manners of noises. [Apr 2010, p.96]
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