interview

bob log III

Q: Listening to your album, Bukka White’s Memphis Hot Shoes” comes to mind. Does he have any influence on you?
A: I like Bukka. He plays fast & jumpy. Bukka got teeth.

Q: How did you come up with the idea of wearing a helmet?
A: It just feels right. Try it.

Q: What do you do to distinguish yourself from other artists?
A: I play like I do on my very own guitar.

Q: Is there any difference between the concepts of Doo Rag and your solo projects?
A: Concepts?

Q: Are there any young musicians who play blues and roots music around you?
A: Johnny Balls.

Q: What equipment did you use to record this record?
A: a 4-track, an 8-track & a Serge’s microphone

Q: What styles of blues interest you other than Mississippi?
A: Australia’s AC/DC.

Q: Is there an Arizona blues scene?
A: Yes, there is a “Blues Scene” on every spot of the planet.

Q: Who was the first blues artist you heard?
A: Screamin Jay Hawkins

Q: Who are your five favorite slide guitarists?
A: CeDell Davis, Fred McDowell, the guy from Foghat, Sol Hoopil, Sol K Bright

Q: What guitar tuning do you use?
A: Very Low : Here it is
Gauge: 68–48–36–24p–18–15
Note: Low A–A–E–A–C#–E

Q: What’s your definition of blues?
A: Bent, bending hard. Blues is a feeling.

Q: Does this include your music?
A: Yes but my music is not sad. My guitar hops with a bad left foot. I live in the 1990’s.

Q: Do you like soul Music?
A: Yes.

Q: Do you distinguish between soul & R&B?
A: No.

Q: Who do you want to collaborate with?
A: Wonder Woman.

Q: Do you have any future plans?
A: Wake up in the morning.

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