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Peck, Orville / Bronco
Album:Bronco Collection:General
Artist:Peck, Orville Added:Jul 2022
Label:Sub Pop Records 

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Add Date:2022-10-12 Pull Date:2022-12-14 
Week Ending:Nov 27Nov 20Nov 13Nov 6Oct 30Oct 23Oct 16
Airplays:1133243

 Recent Airplay
1.Dec 01, 2022:Oh Messy Life
The Curse of the Blackened Eye
4.Nov 12, 2022:Hanging In The Boneyard
All I Can Say
2.Nov 23, 2022:Hanging In The Boneyard
Kalahari Down
5.Nov 10, 2022:down in the basement
Daytona Sand
3.Nov 18, 2022:Hanging In The Bone Yard
Any Turn
6.Nov 08, 2022:fresh musical preserves!
Lafayette

Album Review
suzi boneshaker
Reviewed 2022-07-19 
Orville Peck – Bronco (Released April 2022)
Reviewed by: suzi boneshaker
Country rock, Indie rock, outlaw country, country, alt-country with elements of psych rock, bluegrass, crooning vocalist, rockabilly

This is Orville Peck’s second full length studio album on Sub Pop. The fashionable, openly gay masked crooner/songwriter is back to serenade and seduce us with his incredibly rich voice and style. He sings it soft, then he sings it loud, and he just makes you feel that you are the most important thing to him. Swoon.

RIYL: Roy Orbison, Lee Hazelwood, Tom Petty, Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Whitney Houston
Try: 1, 2, 5, 7, 12, 13, 15 No FCC’s detected

1. Daytona Sand 3:15 – mid tempo tune. A bit wistful with no regrets feeling conveyed about the end of a relationship. My favorite on the album.
2. The Curse of the Blackened Eye 4:10 – ballad about depression and loneliness that showcases Orville’s vocal range.
3. Outta Time 4:18 – mid tempo, a bit twangy, but in a good way.
4. Lafayette 3:02 – pop-ish tune with strumming guitars about a lonesome cowboy
5. C’mon Baby, Cry 3:30 – playful, catchy country/pop song. Orville practically begs you to sing along.
6. Iris Rose 2:48 – slightly twangy ballad accompanied by a trumpet which works surprisingly well together
7. Kalahari Down 4:49 – this ballad opens with a wistful harmonica and includes sweeping strings and memories from Orville’s childhood. It’s pretty.
8. Bronco 3:28 – toe tapping Orville style (this one is 60% country/ 40% rocker)
9. Trample Out The Days 3:48 – stripped down ballad (until the chorus) with finger snaps
10. Blush 3:36 – it’s a head bopper, romantic queer antic pop song laced with some twang
11. Hexie Mountains 3:11 – lovely, thoughtful slow acoustic tune a la John Denver that includes the banjo
12. Let Me Drown 3:19 – a piano, strings, and Orville ballad, here he brings it home. The end is a nod to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers “I Won’t Back Down”.
13. Any Turn 2:16 – this one is a fast paced, fun rocker that will leave you wanting more rock!
14. City of Gold 4:04 – somber pretty ballad
15. All I Can say 3:56 – slow dance ballad. Duet with band member Bria Salmena, paints a starry night with a touch of Mazzy Star

Track Listing
1.Daytona Sand 8.Bronco
2.The Curse of the Blackened Eye 9.Trample out the Days
3.Outta Time 10.Blush
4.Lafayette 11.Hexie Mountains
5.C'mon Baby Cry 12.Let Me Drown
6.Iris Rose 13.Any Turn
7.Kalahari Down 14.City of Gold
 15.All I Can Say