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He started recording while with the Giants in 1959, cutting two singles on A Records: "Sincerely" and "Moonlight in Vermont" in 1960. Cranking out records on a yearly basis, nothing charted, and football remained his bread and butter. 45s on Spindle, Battle, Ric, Youngstown, and two on Liberty Records preceded his most sought-after single, a local/regional hit-and-miss entitled "Pizza Pie Man," an appropriate song for Rosey; it came out on Detroit's D-Town Records in 1966. An album he cut for Ric Records, Soul City, includes his two Ric singles: "Fool, Fool, Fool" and "In My Tenement" and fetches at least 85 dollars (in excellent condition) for oldie record sellers.


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