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Rodd Keith

In the early '70s, Rodd Keith was a deadbeat dad who fled his Pentecostal life in Michigan for Hollywood. There, he regularly devoured PCP, claimed he was "God's chosen," and composed hundreds of song-poems -- cheaply recorded pop tunes produced…
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Thirty years before Momus created a media buzz with its 1999 "send-me-lyrics-and-I'll-make-you-a-song" disc Stars Forever, Rodd Keith had earned the disheartening title "King of Send-Us-Your-Poem Songs." For a musician, arranger, and singer with any self-esteem, "song sharking" (in which companies…
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