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Off the hook

It's about time!!! Off the hook is off the chain!!!

Great stuff here!

Nice blend of modern jazz, funk, and catchy hooks!

Truly the Best Of Album

“Smith makes every note count in his compositions and improvisations. His facility is evident–fluid but not overtly flashy–in other words, tasteful. Every note is saying something. His tone and touch on piano, electric piano and Hammond organ also reflects his musicianship… That said, you can’t go wrong with any of his CDs.” 
–Gary Cummisk

“The man knows that variety is the spice of life and on all tracks we are not allowed to snooze off, doze, lose interest or deviate.” –Barry Towler, The Vibe Scribe

“This is upbeat jazz, pure and simple. It may be labeled as Smooth Jazz, but there is nothing boring about it, at least like a lot of the stuff on our local Smooth Jazz station. Roger keeps the pace moving nicely throughout, and man, can he tinkle those ivories!” 
–Amazon Reviewer

Biography

Born: April 21, 1959 in Crawley, Sussex, England

Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers

Years Active: '90s, '00s

b. 1945, Dallas, Texas, USA. Smith was encouraged from an early age to take music lessons. Growing up in the rural area of central California where his parents were sharecroppers, he began studying piano although he was primarily self-taught. In the 60s, he served in the army, training as a medic. He continued to play music, forming a blues band, Blind Melon. Sitting in with blues artist Freddie King, whose regular piano player had failed to turn up for a club date, led to a job on Smith’s release...
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