Rodney Dangerfield - Rappin' Rodney mp3 album
Jack Roy (born Jacob Rodney Cohen, November 22, 1921 – October 5, 2004), popularly known by the stage name Rodney Dangerfield was an American stand-up comedian, actor, voice artist, producer, screenwriter, musician and author. He was known for his self-deprecating one-liners humor, his catchphrase "I don't get no respect!" and his monologues on that theme.
Rappin' Rodney Lyrics. I tell ya I'm alright now But last week I was in rough shape But I don't get a break with nothin'.
This song is by Rodney Dangerfield and appears on the album Rappin' Rodney (1983) and on the album Romeo Rodney (2005). I'll tell ya, I'm all right nowBut last week I was in rough shapeBut I don't get a break with nothin'.
Rappin' Rodney (album). Estelle Endler, Rodney Dangerfield, . Moore, Robert Ford Jr. Rappin' Rodney is a 12-inch single released by American comedian Rodney Dangerfield in 1983. It is a rap-influenced novelty song co-written by . Moore and Robert Ford J. the same songwriters who worked with Kurtis Blow on "The Breaks". The accompanying music video, which included a cameo from Pat Benatar, was played heavily on MTV at the time of release. Rodney Rappin'" and "Rodney Continues Rappin'" were recorded live at Catch a Rising Star, in New York City
Written-By – Rodney Dangerfield. Producer, Music By – . 5:04. B2. Rodney Continues Rappin'. Written-By – Rodney Dangerfield.
Rodney Dangerfield is not exactly the kind of guy you would expect to have a rap hit. At the time, he was a 62-year-old white comedian known for his catchphrase "I don't get no respect!" He was hitting his career peak with roles in comedy classics like Caddyshack, Easy Money, and later, Back to School. The Rappin' Rodney album was the follow-up to his 1980 comedy album, No Respect, which earned him a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Recording and peaked at on the albums chart
Rodney Dangerfield added a new photo to the album The Art of No Respect. 20 June at 16:24 ·. I told my doctor I want to get a vasectomy. He said with a face like mine, I don’t need one. (Artwork by K J Pesce). Rodney Dangerfield added a new photo to the album The Ink of No Respect. Rodney Dangerfield may finally be getting some respect in the halls of higher education. MGM Television is developing a docu-series inspired by the 1986 Dangerfield film Back to School,R. odney Dangerfield. 17 June at 15:30 ·. Rodney Dangerfield literally knocks ‘em dead. Animation by Chris Guy). 16 June at 06:47 ·. It's the same thing when I was a kid, no respect. The time my old man took me to the zoo, they thanked him for returning me. .14 June at 13:22 ·. Don’t get no respect?
Rappin' Rodney is a comedy album by American comedian Rodney Dangerfield in 1983. The title track is a rap-influenced novelty song co-written by . Dennis Blair co-wrote the song. The accompanying music video, which includes cameos from Pat Benatar and Don Novello (as Father Guido Sarducci), was played heavily on MTV at the time of release.
- Lyrics By – Dennis Blair, Douglas Hoyt, Rodney Dangerfield, Scott Henry
- Music By – J.B. Moore, Larry Smith
- Producer – J.B. Moore, Robert Ford Jr.
|PD-13657||Rodney Dangerfield||Rappin' Rodney (12", Single)||RCA Victor||PD-13657||US||1983|
|PB-13656||Rodney Dangerfield||Rappin' Rodney / Funiculi, Funicula (7", Single)||RCA||PB-13656||Canada||1983|
|PB-13656||Rodney Dangerfield||Rappin' Rodney (7", Single)||RCA||PB-13656||Canada||1983|
|PB-13656||Rodney Dangerfield||Rappin' Rodney / Funiculi, Funicula (7", Styrene)||RCA||PB-13656||US||1983|
|JK-13656||Rodney Dangerfield||Rappin' Rodney (7", Promo)||RCA Victor||JK-13656||US||1983|