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Format: CD
Sku: 204220452
UPC: 094636399829
UPC 14: 00094636399829
Release Date: 4/3/2007
Sales Rank: 3064
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Intro ~ Rodney Carrington
2. Tee Off ~ Rodney Carrington
3. Massage ~ Rodney Carrington
4. TV Show ~ Rodney Carrington
5. Shopping On Rodeo Street ~ Rodney Carrington
6. Real Fancy Place ~ Rodney Carrington
7. Give It A Try ~ Rodney Carrington
8. Zoo ~ Rodney Carrington
9. Yoga Class ~ Rodney Carrington
10. Boxing ~ Rodney Carrington
11. Christmas With The Kids ~ Rodney Carrington
12. Home Movie ~ Rodney Carrington
13. Short Arms ~ Rodney Carrington
14. Wheel Of Fortune ~ Rodney Carrington
15. Travel Pillow ~ Rodney Carrington
16. Apple, The ~ Rodney Carrington
17. Fun ~ Rodney Carrington
18. Changes ~ Rodney Carrington
19. Baby Back - (Live) ~ Rodney Carrington
20. Fat Girl ~ Rodney Carrington
21. Put Your Clothes Back On - (Live) ~ Rodney Carrington
22. Rap Star - (Live) ~ Rodney Carrington
23. Rhymes With Truck - (Live) ~ Rodney Carrington
24. Show Them To Me - (Live) ~ Rodney Carrington
25. Baby Back ~ Rodney Carrington
26. Rhymes With Truck ~ Rodney Carrington
27. Rap Star ~ Rodney Carrington
28. Show Them To Me ~ Rodney Carrington
29. Tribute To Barry Martin ~ Rodney Carrington
30. Angel Friend - (Live) ~ Rodney Carrington
 
"Rodney Carrington

Rodney Carrington broke through with his major label debut Hangin' with Rodney in 1998. The album, which featured fan favorite songs ""Letter to My Penis"" and ""Fred,"" sold more than 475,000 copies and established Rodney, with his trademark black cowboy hat, boots, and Texas twang, as the king of middle class comedy.

The next few years saw four more Top 10 albums: Live, Morning Wood, Nutsack and Greatest Hits, all of which continue to receive major radio airplay on both country and rock formats. Greatest Hits, a double CD, earned a RIAA certified Gold Record and is well on its way to Platinum. His major network comedy, Rodney, ran on ABC from 2004-2006.

Rodney considers the television show a two-year infomercial that took his career to new heights, and eventually sparked his creative side. ""After the television show ended,"" says Rodney, ""I had renewed interest and energy to put toward my next record. I've been working on this album for five years, writing and then honing the material on the road. It's the best material I've done in a long time. It moves at fast pace. It's funny. That's not a guess; that's based on the feedback I've gotten from audiences.""

The album includes a live recording of Rodney's stand-up and five song tracks (one live and four studio recorded), including the hilarious anthem ""Show Them to Me"" and the deeply personal ""My Angel Friend."" The material is all new, but fans shouldn't expect too much of a departure from Rodney's previous work.

The subjects, however, have changed with the performer. ""The record has a little more maturity. No, not maturity. I should say growth. I'm older now. I think different than I did five years ago or ten years ago.""

Rodney's popularity derives, in large part, from his closeness with his audience. Instead of moving to Los Angeles or Nashville, Rodney stayed in Tulsa, Oklahoma; he keeps grounded through frequent live shows.

King of the Mountains is Rodney Carrington's first album of new material in more than four years. The album will be followed by a Comedy Central special, the release of his first DVD, Rodney Carrington Live at the Majestic Theatre, and a book, Coming Clean. All will be supported by Rodney's first full year of touring since the debut of his television show in 2004.

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel: Rodney Carrington (vocals); Pat Buchanan (guitar); Michael Spriggs (acoustic guitar); Gary Morse, Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Larry Franklin (fiddle); Bob Hoban (piano); Dave Pomeroy (bass instrument); Milton Sledge (drums); Lisa Cochran, The Ordinaires, Vicki Hampton (background vocals).
Muze PNote His country-tinged, faux-redneck ribaldry has made Rodney Carrington, if not a household name, then a fairly beloved figure in the music/comedy circuit. On this 2007 release of spoken-word comedy and song, which did well on both the country and pop charts, Carrington expounds on breasts, more breasts, trying yoga for the first time, and fat girls.

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Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 04/03/2007
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2007
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 094636399829
Music Label Name Label : Capitol/EMI Records
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Mixed
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00094636399829

Bio

Rodney Carrington

Rodney Carrington broke through with his major label debut Hangin' with Rodney in 1998. The album, which featured fan favorite songs "Letter to My Penis" and "Fred," sold more than 475,000 copies and established Rodney, with his trademark black cowboy hat, boots, and Texas twang, as the king of middle class comedy.

The next few years saw four more Top 10 albums: Live, Morning Wood, Nutsack and Greatest Hits, all of which continue to receive major radio airplay on both country and rock formats. Greatest Hits, a double CD, earned a RIAA certified Gold Record and is well on its way to Platinum. His major network comedy, Rodney, ran on ABC from 2004-2006.

Rodney considers the television show a two-year infomercial that took his career to new heights, and eventually sparked his creative side. "After the television show ended," says Rodney, "I had renewed interest and energy to put toward my next record. I've been working on this album for five years, writing and then honing the material on the road. It's the best material I've done in a long time. It moves at fast pace. It's funny. That's not a guess; that's based on the feedback I've gotten from audiences."

The album includes a live recording of Rodney's stand-up and five song tracks (one live and four studio recorded), including the hilarious anthem "Show Them to Me" and the deeply personal "My Angel Friend." The material is all new, but fans shouldn't expect too much of a departure from Rodney's previous work.

The subjects, however, have changed with the performer. "The record has a little more maturity. No, not maturity. I should say growth. I'm older now. I think different than I did five years ago or ten years ago."

Rodney's popularity derives, in large part, from his closeness with his audience. Instead of moving to Los Angeles or Nashville, Rodney stayed in Tulsa, Oklahoma; he keeps grounded through frequent live shows. He has been a Pollstar Top 100 grossing concert act since 2001, reaching #28 in 2003 before television commitments forced him to cut back his touring schedule. Now that he's back to full-time touring, he regularly sells out back-to-back 3,000 seat concerts in major cities.

Rodney has no plans to change his regular guy approach. "I have no agenda. I don't want to change anyone's mind on anything. But I feel an obligation to the people who support me. I want to entertain them, to be funny. I figure if I get the comedy right, success will follow."

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Product attributeArtist:   Carrington,Rodney
Product attributeLabel:   Capitol Records
Product attributeMusic Format:   Compact Disc
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