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Angel Baby by Rosie & The Originals

Rosie & the Originals are one of the best-remembered one-shot artists of the early rock era, getting to number five with their 1960 single “Angel Baby.” A slow, simple, and primitively recorded and executed doo wop-shaded ballad, it was distinguished from countless other records of the sort by 15-year-old Rosie Hamlin’s unnaturally high, thin voice, which got higher-than-high on the ...

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Paprika Soul Originals Collection by Paprika Soul

Album Review Paprika Soul has a fresh, club-like sound that they create with each and every note on this self-titled debut for the Higher Octave label. As one of the U.K.’s hottest smooth jazz acts, this group comprised of Andy Spiller on keyboards and drum programming, Malcolm MacFarlane on guitar, Phil Mulford on bass, Poli Cousse and Herve Gamilen on ...

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Angel Baby by Rosie & The Originals

Rosie & the Originals are one of the best-remembered one-shot artists of the early rock era, getting to number five with their 1960 single “Angel Baby.” A slow, simple, and primitively recorded and executed doo wop-shaded ballad, it was distinguished from countless other records of the sort by 15-year-old Rosie Hamlin’s unnaturally high, thin voice, which got higher-than-high on the ...

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Angel Baby by Rosie & The Originals

Rosie & the Originals are one of the best-remembered one-shot artists of the early rock era, getting to number five with their 1960 single “Angel Baby.” A slow, simple, and primitively recorded and executed doo wop-shaded ballad, it was distinguished from countless other records of the sort by 15-year-old Rosie Hamlin’s unnaturally high, thin voice, which got higher-than-high on the ...

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Angel Baby by Rosie & The Originals

Rosie & the Originals are one of the best-remembered one-shot artists of the early rock era, getting to number five with their 1960 single “Angel Baby.” A slow, simple, and primitively recorded and executed doo wop-shaded ballad, it was distinguished from countless other records of the sort by 15-year-old Rosie Hamlin’s unnaturally high, thin voice, which got higher-than-high on the ...

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