Hank Jacobs made some pretty interesting organ and piano instrumental sides, mainly for Sue Records, in the 1960s. Jacobs managed only one chart single under his own name, So Far Away (b/w Monkey Hips and Rice), which was a minor hit in early 1964.
Subsequent singles on Sue followed a similar style, one that might best be described as subdued funk. Heide (b/w Playboy's Penthouse) was issued later in '64.
Many of his Sue singles, including both sides of the So Far Away and Heide 45s, were on a So Far Away LP issued in late '64.
Jacobs later played with a studio band called the T-K-O's, who scored an R&B hit in 1966 with The Fat Man on the Ten-Star label. The following year he backed singer Bettye Swann on her chart-topping R&B hit Make Me Yours.
Only three or four of Jacobs's tracks are available on various compilations from iTunes and other download sources. His hit So Far Away has also turned up on several CD collections. Other than that he's not represented in the digital format.
Here's Jacobs's hit.