Rochelle Fleming  

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"...it's because of the gay community I'm still working."

Rochelle Fleming (born 11 February 1950, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.) was one of the singers of female vocal group First Choice, whose 12" mixes still enjoy major underground succes on modern dancefloors. Known for hits like Doctor Love, Armed and Extremely Dangerous, Let No Man Put Asunder, Double Cross, Smarty Pants, and Love Thang, First Choice was a major contributor to the Philly Classic movement of dance music. After her work with First Choice, Rochelle Fleming enjoyed several more dancefloor hits like "Love Itch" on the Prelude imprint and the 1994 'Danger!' on Cutting records (CR-300), featuring mixes by Paul Simpson, a Zach Toms mix.




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