Jezz Woodroffe

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Gerald Woodroffe
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Born 1951-10-28
Birth Place Birmingham, England, UK
Nationality English   England.svg
Aliases Jezz Woodroffe

Jezz Woodroffe is an English musician, guitarist, and keyboardist. He is the uncle of programmer Mike Woodroffe and designer Simon Woodroffe. When Horror Soft was developing games, he was hired to compose music to some of their games. He has played keyboards with Black Sabbath, but is best known for his work with Robert Plant and Phil Collins.

Jezz currently makes custom guitars.


Music Development

AMI

Jezz's only Amiga credit is for WaxWorks, but it is suspected somebody arranged his music from the DOS version, possibly Philip Nixon.

DOS

Jezz wrote MIDI files in Cubase for the Atari ST using a Korg M1. His files were converted to Accolade's sound driver.

Gameography

Note: Jezz is credited in Elvira II: the Jaws of Cerberus for the Amiga and Atari ST. However, these games were composed by Philip Nixon. Therefore, the games have been removed from Jezz's gameography.

Released Title Sample Notes
1990-??-?? Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (DOS)
1991-??-?? Elvira II: The Jaws of Cerberus (DOS)
1992-11-27 Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (PC98) (エルヴァイラ)
1992-??-?? WaxWorks (DOS)
1993-??-?? WaxWorks (AMI)
1998-??-?? Elvira's Horror Pack (DOS)
2013-10-10 Grand Theft Auto V (X360) Big Log
2015-04-14 Grand Theft Auto V (W64) Big Log

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