Ron Roker

Real Name:
Ronald Ernest Alfred Roker
Pop songwriter - producer

One of the most prolific and successful pop songwriters of the 1970s, Ron Roker was responsible for a great deal of the memorable hits of that decade, among them The Fortunes' Storm in a Teacup', Tina Charles' Love Bug and Dance Little Lady Dance, and Barry Blue's Dancin' (On A Saturday Night)' and Do You Wanna Dance / Miss Hit And Run What is less well known is that he was also responsible for two superb and much-loved pop-styled theme tunes from ITV lunchtime children's shows: Inigo Pipkin and The Adventures of Rupert Bear - which was not only a substantial hit single but has also remained familiar to each successive generation since.
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TT-020 Ron Roker - Mais Sarro album art Spirit Of Freedom Storm In A Tea Cup Spirit Of Freedom - Mais Sarro(LP, Album, Gat) Top Tape TT-020 Brazil 1971 Sell This Version
BRD 2 Ron Roker - Golden Plains album art Various Odyssey 2 and 2 more… Various - Golden Plains(LP) Bruton Music BRD 2 UK 1978 Sell This Version
BRG 15 Ron Roker - Spectacle album art Various Odyssey (as Roker) Various - Spectacle(LP) Bruton Music BRG 15 UK 1980 Sell This Version