Best known because of its number 2 R&B strike “The Devil’s Weapon,” C.J. & Co. was a short-lived vocal group that mixed disco with Detroit spirit. The quintet was set up in the Engine Town by guitarist Dennis Coffey, who was simply among Detroit’s busiest R&B program players from the 1960s and 1970s. Coffey shaped C.J. & Co. in 1977, uniting three male performers (Cornelius Dark brown Jr., Curtis Durden, and Charles Clark) with two woman performers (Joni Tolbert and Connie Durden). That yr, C.J. & Co. authorized with Westbound and documented their debut recording, that was also entitled The Devil’s Weapon and was made by Coffey and Mike Theodore. Using the name music having been a smash, Westbound released “We Got OUR VERY OWN Thing” like a follow-up solitary. But that solitary didn’t fare almost in addition to “The Devil’s Weapon,” and C.J. & Co. transpired ever sold as one-hit miracles. In 1978, Westbound released the group’s second recording, Deadeye Dick, that was also made by Coffey and Theodore. That LP received hardly any interest and C.J. & Co. split up without ever saving a third recording.