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Jack Logan (born in Mississippi, raised in Illinois and relocated to Georgia)
and his friends were the quintessential bar band for several years
before the sprawling double album
Bulk (Medium Cool, 1994) revealed them to the world.
Logan stands out as a masterful storyteller in the southern tradition.
His rocking ballads of drifters and losers, of small-town rural life and of
trouble between jobs (Female Jesus, Floating Cowboy) compose
an affectionate portrait of his roots.
Mood Elevator (Medium Cool, 1996) loses most of that verve and goes for
a more traditional country-tinged style, but at least
My New Town and
Ladies And Gentlemen prove his talent at panting a scene.
When It All Comes Down and Neon Tombstone are straightforward
rockers, compared with Bulk's neurotic and sometimes funereal mood.
Little Private Angel (Parasol, 1998) and
Woodshedding (Parasol, 2002) are collaborations with