A FRESH Orleans funk and soul ensemble who enjoyed moderate success within the middle-’70s, Chocolate Dairy documented for RCA from 1975 to 1983. Their roster included business lead vocalist Frank Richard, saxophonist Amandee Castenell, trumpeter Joe Foxx, keyboardist Robert Dabon, guitarist Mario Tio, and drummer Dwight Richards. Their finest songs had been up-tempo and/or light dance/novelty amounts such as for example “Actions Speaks Louder Than Phrases” in 1975, “Young lady Callin” in 1978, and “Blue Denims” in 1981. All had been Best 20 R&B strikes; they also attempted ballads and heartache music, but Richard wasn’t as confident or effective on those.
Music Songs Groove City, Girl Callin', How About Love, Sweet Heat, Say Won'tcha, Who's Getting It Now, Action Speaks Louder Than Words, My Mind Is Hazy, Hurry Down Sunset, Take It Off, Pretty Pimpin' Willie, Let's Go All the Way, That's the Way She Loves, Chocolate Pleasure, Shake Your Body, Help Me Find The Road, Ain't Nothing But A Thing, Never Ever Do Without You, You've Got Your Spell on Me, Honey Bun, Hey Lover, Starbright, Island Love, Party Happy, Video Queen, Don’t Make Me Wait, Tin Man, Let the Music Take Your Mind, Don’t Let Up, Pluck It, Time Machine, Blue Jeans
Albums Action Speaks Louder Than Words, Chocolate Milk, We're All In This Together, Milky Way, Comin' (Expanded), Blue Jeans, Comin’, Friction, The Best of Chocolate Milk, Ice Cold Funk: The Greatest Grooves Of Chocolate Milk