Larry Cann / Rodeo Road / Bred To Buck

Dancing

As soon as these first notes hit, I was dancing! That classic country sound is what I love the most about this track. The production is slick and raw along with those funky and fun lyrics. There are parts of the song where the beat just drops and it gives that track that nice edgy feel. I'm adoring those guitar solos! You've got it! Keep on rocking!
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Bred to Buck

Wow that guitar! Very unique! Keep doing what you do! It sounds fantastic! You could go straight from N1M to opening act for someone. Does Brad Paisley know about you? Best of luck to you get that music out there!
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Great sound

Dude loved this .. fun and entertaining I adore the upbeat music and the lyrics are so cute never heard a song about a bull like this .. keep singing and making my feet tap ! Blessings to you Suzanna kay
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Kickin' Country Cowboy

This very awesome country song was pure pleasure. Someone really must create a line dance for this excellent song. The guitar lead pushes the envelope, but doesn't cross the line. Meanwhile, the hook line and melody keeps repeating in my brain, which is what a successful hook is supposed to do. This song is fun, upbeat and tells a story I would have considered American. Larry Cann's song speaks to the American tradition: rodeo, spurs and pick-up trucks. Bred to buck.
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BRED TO BUCK

WOW, NICE SONG. THE BAND IS TIGHT AND THE LEAD PLAYER WAS BRED TO ROCK !!LOL THE SONG IS WELL WRITTEN, IT'S DEFINITLEY COUNTRY BUT ROCKS TOO. IM SURPRISED I HAVE NOT HEARD THIS AS A PBR THEME SONG. THE VOCALS SOUND A LITTLE THIN AND COULD OF BEEN FIXED WITH A MIX. GREAT SONG, NICE JOB
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Rocking

I like your voice and the song and the music is perfect country music to me is coming back to where it use to be I can tell in your voice you love what you do don't stop doing music you have the talent and the voice to go very far I n your craft I hope this helps you have a great weekend and a safe holiday God bless you in all your endeavors.
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Top-notch country!

Yarraman, Australia's Larry Cann has produced well-done country tune entitled Bred To Buck. The rhythm section is outstanding behind Cann's solid vocal performance. To my ears this song fits a radio-friendly formula while being musically sound.
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Well Done!

This is really a good job Done! Nice hook and great harmonies in this melody. I Love the lead vocal, the tone and sound is so great to hear! Looking forward to hear more from you guys! Any plans for new music?

Nice!

Kinda reminds me of Arron Tippin... Did you write this and are you picking too? Is this your band and where do you play! I'd definitely come see ya when I wasn't working.. Again.. NICE JOB.. Unique to say the least .. The voice is surely country !

Buck wild

Larry Cann brings us Bred To Buck, a raucous road song ala back of the pickup on a country road headed for the river kind of song. Lee Kernaghan, Randall Waller and Larry Cann put together a very tight 3:44 worth of southern and/or country rock from both the listener and producer's perspective. If there were anything to critique it would be the amount of compression on the mastering. I would have preferred a little more dynamic range in the final stereo out. Other than that this is a very solid effort.

Bred To Buck

Bred To Buck is a rodeo-rocking country tune that get's the blood pumping right out of the gate. With a country rocking rhythm behind the soulful vocals of Larry Cann, it's the kind of tune that makes an everyday plowboy want to cowboy-up and try his hand at bull riding. Excellent vocal harmonies and lead guitar work top this country rocker off just right. If you're in the mood for some upbeat, southern rock style rodeo jam, check it out. It's a sure bet to get your adrenaline pumping from the get-go.

Bred to Buck by Larry Cann

Larry has a fine rodeo rocker here. Well sung, well played. I think a bit more dynamic contrast during the verse where the bull gets turned loose could have turned up the drama a bit - but that's just a personal preference. This one will get folks up on the dance floor. Great job!
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I like the Rodeo Theme

I like the song and the story-line. Nice banjo in the backing track excellent tone on the lead guitar, The drums a nice and snappy has a good hook to the Chorus, good work gentleman I will keep listening for more of your work .
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Nice

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Mix

Man I like your song sounds a Lil brooks an Dunn I think the mix an masterING could be better seems just a touch out of line great guttar work well put together good song with a killer mix an mastering it would sound great .good job man peace an listen to Missouri Mud Music
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