Rococoa & Toast is Leroy and Lzy Jo Smith. We rock the Tennessee countryside. Lzy Jo plays sax and Leroy writes the songs and does the rest. Most of these have been written within a few weeks of the CD release. I write in all genres. We haven't gigged because we don't really care about that. However, we stay in practice in case we decide to play out. Check the tracks individually. You may not like them all, but there will probably be a few you'll appreciate. I put a lot of songs on here so there's a higher percentage of chances that you'll hear a few that catch your ear. Synthesizin' combined a lyric I wrote in the 90's with music from 2009. Why Should I Let You Live is a rif song that showed enough heart that I permitted it to be on the CD. Duro is my Spanish rap song. Ching-a-ling. The UK was written in solidarity with our British brothers and sisters. Climb On is an instrumental with a climbing progression that I like. Stuck In a Disco Jag is a disco jingle that is hard to play once in a row correctly. White Hole is a Telstar kind of space instrumental. Tiger's Cry is a another surf style instrumental. Sorry Very Much is an instrumental with accidental lyrics. Smoove is another instrumental with a sort of surf/r&b feel. Casual Rap is a 'break song' 'last call' lament. The UK2 is a vocoder /snyth version of the title cut. Guest Artists: Our friend from the swamp, Bigfoot, wrote and sang Bayou Boogie Man, in which he laments the foolishness of trying to find him. Also Pegleg the Pirate appears courtesy of himself on Aye of the Storm and Aye Fear No Manne.