He plays a raggedy hollow-body guitar and kick-drum simultaneously, wears an Evel Knievel-style jumpsuit and sings through a telephone grafted to the front of a motorcycle helmet. But even if Bob Log III weren't overflowing with shtick, his brand of gutbucket blues and wild-child lyrics would still be worth a listen. His guitar-playing is a hodge-podge of bluegrass-flecked flat-picking and Delta blues-inspired slide playing, though most of his songs exist as a maelstrom of bent notes and rebel yells.
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