He spun at The Flamingo, Studio 54 and The Ice Palace but he made his real mark at The Saint which was then still a relatively new club but quickly establishing it's legendary status in New York nightclubbing.
The first release to bear his name is ironically also the first to bear Larry Levan's name. It's the 12 inch release of C is for Cookie on Sesame Street Records. Both master DJ's took a stab on the song and both did a marvelous job.
Though he didn't have a huge studio output a few of tracks he did were among my favorites of the disco era including his delightful take on Poussez! Come on and Do it from 1979.
That right there is almost 900 MB of Roy's mixing. This includes the legendary Land of Make Believe party and other sets from The Saint. This also includes a mix from March 15, 1981.
This next link below includes Summer 1981 at The Ice Palace Cherry Grove, Fire Island and a mix from December 5, 1981 at The Saint.
ROY MIXES HERE
On the 21st of May 1982 he committed suicide.