Rosie Hamlin was the Rosie of Rosie & the Originals, who had a memorable one-shot strike using the ballad “Angel Baby” in 1960. Hamlin, who composed “Angel Baby” and far of the various other material she documented, set herself apart from many other typical rock singers of that time period using the high, nearly childish timbre of her vocals, noticed to best impact when she proceeded to go into specifically high, wordless “woo, ooo” phrases. Rosie & the Originals split up soon after “Angel Baby” was popular, as well as the singer continued to record, billed just as Rosie, for Brunswick in the first ’60s, obtaining one small strike with “Lonely Blue Evenings.” Hamlin lacked the vocal or psychological range to produce a long lasting impact; a lot of her music were slow, basic doo wop-ish ballads that sounded comparable to, but weren’t as effective as, “Angel Baby.” She retired from music to improve a family following the early ’60s, although she do reenter the studio room in 1969 to record materials that was comparable to her early produces, in an up to date style. Unissued at that time, it arrived in 1999 over the Ace Compact disc THE VERY BEST of Rosie & the Originals, which also included in regards to a dozen of her early-’60s recordings. Rosie Hamlin passed away in March 2017 at age 71.