Universal has digitally re-mastered and re-released the CD. The Roger Hodgson Store is the only place you can buy directly from the artist and get his autographed CD's
The Roger Hodgson store is proud to announce the long awaited re-release of Roger's second solo album, Hai Hai.
Recorded at his home 48 track studio in Nevada City and in Los Angeles, this collection of beautifully crafted songs features the singles "London", "You Make Me Love You" & "Land Ho".
Hai Hai was co-produced and engineered by Jack Joseph Puig (Green Day, No Doubt, John Mayer) and features top musicians such as Jeff Porcaro & David Paich (Toto), Omar Hakim (Weather Report, Sting), Nathan East etc..
Roger Hodgson about Hai Hai: "If there was a conscious effort to this album, it was in trying to have fun and stretch my musical muscles in playing with other people and also in performing... I wanted to make an album that just made people feel good and gave them energy...I just wanted to capture some fire on this album and play with my fire energy and hopefully give people some fire energy out in this world."
Hai Hai features 10 tracks:
You Make Me Love You
House on the Corner
Posted by Fernanda Salles on 25th Oct 2014
It’s really hard to rate Roger Hodgson’s work. But my favourite solo album so far is Hai Hai. It is so intense! Intense in every kind of feelings! You Make me Love You takes you to a soaring gaiety! Puppet Dance, my favourite of this album, is so powerful to me that it’s like a rare delicacy that you only eat once in a while. There’s the joyful, yet deep Land Ho; the playful London! Those are my favourites , but the other songs are also very good!
Posted by Javier on 21st Jun 2014
Roger disc excellent, I really love and even have it autographed. I do not understand the bad reviews on this record, is the ture of his two solo discs. Roger is great
Posted by Candy on 21st Jun 2014
I love the rhythm of the song Puppet Dance!
Posted by Aaron on 21st Jun 2014
There is not a bad song on this album. I really loved In the Eye of the Storm, but this album truely is full of "up" energy, fast moving, never boring, and above all fun to listen to and sing along with. If you want a steering wheel drumming album from Roger, this is it. I feel he really truely reached his full stride with this album.