The six titles of memoirs and music memories listed below were written by Roger Lee Hall, a songwriter and music preservationist.
He has been a songwriter since the 1960s and also had his own radio show, "IN THE MOOD," playing music of the 1930s, '40s and '50's.
The memoirs include his early years living in Bloomfield, New Jersey, and his years of songwriting trying to get his songs published and recorded during the 1960s.
The memory collections contain a collection of his songs, poems and stories; his memories of childhood hero, Hopalong Cassidy; his years as a cadet at Eastern Military Academy at located at Otto H. Kahn's magnificent OHEKA Castle; and his work with Cleveland disc jockey, Bill Randle, who promoted and introduced Elvis Presley on national televsion in 1956.
Each title contains Microsoft Word documents, picture galleries and music examples, including songs by Roger Lee Hall.
All the memoirs and memories are available on CD-ROMs and playable on any computer with compatible Microsoft Word software.