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Was Bradlys voice unrealistic for a man in 2018?


I felt like his voice was how men sounded in the 60s or something. I’ve never met a young man with a voice like this. I’m Australian, but I have lived in America.

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Nah, he reminded me of Blake Shelton, who's just a year his junior. Plenty of country singers have those gruff voices.

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Blake sounds modern, nothing like this voice.

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It didn't feel out of place at all imo. Maybe he's one of those artists who fine-tune their voice to sound like they're from a particular era.

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I really liked the movie. But I think that voice was...overdone.
It was distracting to the point of offputting.

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He was trying to sound like his brother.

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Yeah this. That's exactly right...he even says so, I believe, doesn't he?

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Maybe its because I am not American (however I watch hundreds of US films and series), but I didn't notice anything wrong or weird about his voice and I can't even recall what his voice sounded like. Only watched it once though.

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He was doing a Kris Kristrofferson impression.

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I got a Gordon Lightfoot vibe from some of the earlier songs he sang.

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Haven't seen the movie but Gordo and Kris don't sound anything alike, if you ask me. I always thought KK recorded on the strength of his songwriting. I don't know how Lightfoot got his material. Come to think of it, I think GL wrote his own material.

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He didn't sound like Kristofferson when he was singing, but when he was talking in a normal voice. When I heard him talk in the movie I immediately thought: "he's doing Kris Kristofferson." Singing voice sounds like Bradley to me.

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We have become accustomed to 21st Century male pop singers and their high-pitched falsettos. An adult man with a masculine voice is a rarity today.

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Do you mean his singing voice or his speaking voice? I haven't watched the film.

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