Whether he was using jazz or R&B, drummer Leon “Ndugu” Chancler spent a lot of his profession within a sideman function. But the LA resident is at the driver’s chair in 1979 and 1980, when he led an obscure, short-lived spirit/funk clothing he known as the Delicious chocolate Jam Co. It’s secure to state that almost all R&B fans haven’t even heard about the combo, that was set up by Chancler in 1979 and agreed upon with Epic that calendar year. The Delicious chocolate Jam Co. (whose affects included Earth, Wind flow & Open fire, Roy Ayers and Chancler company George Duke) just documented two albums: 1979’s The Pass on into the future and 1980’s SHOULD I Make You Experience Better?, both which were made by Chancler and discovered him composing or co-writing all the materials. The LPs also offered Chancler a chance to perform a large amount of lead performing, which was uncommon for him because he was a drummer 1st and foremost. Sadly, neither LP received very much interest and both of these went of printing in the first ’80s.