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Album Review

Philly Golden Classics doesn't have the breadth of the 23-track, double-disc Greatest Hits — and it cuts off at 1976, before some of the disco-era hits for Salsoul — but it does go a little deeper into the group's earlier years. All of the early charting singles — "Armed and Extremely Dangerous," "Smarty Pants," "Guilty," "Newsy Neighbors," "The Player," and "Love Freeze" — are included, in addition to numerous album cuts that deserved better the first time around. The lack of disco smashes "Dr. Love," "Let No Man Put Asunder," "Double Cross," and "Love Thang" makes the set far from definitive, but soul aficionados who are allergic to four-four rhythms and wide-open arrangements (even if First Choice's particular form of disco was soulful through and through) should be adequately pleased.

Biography

Formed: 1971 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s

R&B trio First Choice -- Rochelle Fleming, Joyce Jones, and Annette Guest -- were originally known as the Debonettes and performed around Philadelphia. Radio DJ Georgie Woods introduced the group to Philly soul guitarist/songwriter/producer Norman Harris, who produced First Choice's debut single, "This Is the House Where Love Died," which received airplay in Philly and other markets but failed to chart nationally. Their next single, the Harris-produced "Armed and Extremely Dangerous," was their first...
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