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Roger J. Ramirez (15 September 1913 - 11 January 1994) was a Puerto Rican born jazz pianist and composer. He was a co-writer of the song "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)".
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Ramirez, Roger J.
Puerto Rican born jazz pianist and composer
Date of birth
15 September 1913
Place of birth
Date of death
11 January 1994
Place of death
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