December 08, 2016 12:11pm
Rodney Moore Covers Glen Campbell Song
Source: The Rub PR
by: Company Press Release
(CHATSWORTH, CA) -- In 1968, "Wichita Lineman" was written by American songwriter Jimmy Webb, and first recorded by American rock and country singer Glen Campbell with backing from the members of the Wrecking Crew. Since then, the hugely popular song has been covered by such greats as Sergio Mendes & The Brasil '66 in 1969, Rem in 1996, Cassandra Wilson in 2002, and James Taylor 2009. Now, porn legend Rodney Moore can be added to the infamous list of covers of the hit song that was named by Rolling Stone as one of the top 200 songs of all time.
Rodney's soulful cover has him playing all the instruments (drums, keyboard, guitar and bass), singing the vocals, and even dancing in the video. And, even the notorious Woofie Katt makes several appearances. Watch the music video under the name David Perry at https://youtu.be/WIElmJfgd_o and see why it has a 94% approval rating.
"I learned to play the song first on the piano and then decided to record it and worked out guitar, bass and drum parts," says Rodney Moore. "It is truly a great song. I hope everyone enjoys it. I'm really happy with my synth and guitar solos at the end, and I even did a little boogying. 'Dancing with the Stars,' are you ready for me? Make sure to give it a thumbs up."
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About Rodney Moore
In 1992, award-winning director and performer Rodney Moore entered the adult biz shooting couples and amateurs, and over 800 titles later; he continues to be a force to be reckoned with. Known affectionately as the King of Cream, he's been nominated and won several AVN and Xbiz Awards, in addition to making the AVN Hall of Fame in 2006 and being inducted into XRCO Hall of Fame in 2013.
Before adult, he was a musician and still continues to make music, including his recent EDM track entitled "Only with the Lights Out" and his highly original renditions of other people's songs that he posts to his YouTube page http://www.youtube.com/dpmusic100.
Back in the early 80s, he produced two disco hits by an artist named Salazar. He's produced an album of Meredith Brooks (famous for her song "I'm a Bitch"), in addition to working with jazz great Kenny G and rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot. In 1985, he wrote, arranged and produced a charity record in the same vein as "We are the World" called "Give Just a Little," featuring local celebrities performing that raised money for the local food banks.
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