|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Get Down||2||Audio||1978||20th Century Fox Records|
|2||Contact / Get Down||2||Audio||1978||20th Century Fox Records|
|3||When You're Number 1||2||Audio||1979-00-00|
|4||When You're # 1||2||Audio||1979|
|5||Get Down / Contact||2||Audio||1989||Casablanca Records|
|6||When You're #1||2||Audio||1979||20th Century Records|
|7||Contact / Get Down||2||Audio||1985||Old Gold (2)|
|8||There Goes The Lover||2||Audio||1967||Brunswick|
|9||When You're # 1||6||Audio||1979|
|10||When You're # 1||2||Audio||1979|
|11||Don't Push It Don't Force It / Get Down||2||Audio||1991||Unidisc|
|12||Get Down||8||Audio||1978||Chi Sound Records|
|13||I'll Make The Living If You Make The Loving Worthwhile / Time Is A Thief||2||Audio||1982||Chi Sound Records|
|14||Get Down||2||Audio||1978||Chi Sound Records|
|16||Duke Of Earl - 23 Greatest Hits||23||Audio||1989||Point Productions|
|17||Get Down||8||Audio||1978||20th Century Fox Records|
|18||'80||8||Audio||1980||20th Century Fox Records|
|19||Nothing Can Stop Me / You Threw A Lucky Punch / Just Be True||3||Audio||1980||Charly R&B|
|20||Get Down / Contact||2||Audio||1978|
|22||You're The One / I Keep Coming Back For More||2||Audio||1983||Rams Horn Records|
|23||The Duke Of Soul||12||Audio||1984||Chess|
|24||Your Love Looks Good On Me||2||Audio||1986||Stamina Records|
|25||The Gene Chandler Situation||10||Audio||1970||Mercury|
|26||Gene & Jerry - One & One||10||Audio||1970||Mercury|
|27||Get Down||2||Audio||1978||20th Century Records|
|28||I'll Make The Living If You Make The Loving Worthwhile||2||Audio||1984||Bluebird|
|29||Get Down||2||Audio||1978||20th Century Fox Records|
|31||Love Is The Answer||2||Audio||1981||Chi Sound Records|
|32||Does She Have A Friend? / Let Me Make Love To You||2||Audio||1980|
|33||Duke Of Earl / Kissin' In The Kitchen||2||Audio||1961||Vee Jay Records|
|34||I Won't Need You||2||Audio||1967||Checker|
|35||That Funky Disco Rhythm / Do What Comes So Natural||2||Audio||1979|
|36||Groovy Situation / Not The Marrying Kind||2||Audio||1970||Mercury|
|37||Rainbow '80 / I'll Be There||2||Audio||1980|
|38||Duke Of Earl / Check Yourself||2||Audio||Eric Records|
|39||Little Green Apples / From The Teacher To The Preacher||2||Audio||1976||Brunswick|
|40||When You're Number 1||2||Audio||1979||20th Century Fox Records|
|41||When You're #1||2||Audio||1979|
|42||Love Is The Answer||2||Audio||1981||20th Century Fox Records|
|44||The Two Sides Of Gene Chandler||10||Audio||1969||Brunswick|
|45||Gene & Jerry - One & One||9||Audio||1971|
|46||The Duke Of Soul||12||Audio||1984|
|47||There Was A Time / I'm Gonna Miss You||2||Audio||1976-11-00||Brunswick|
|48||Get Down With Get Down||15||Audio||1999||Westside|
|49||In My Body's House||2||Audio||1969||Checker|
|50||Here's To Love||8||Audio||1981|
[b]Soul - funk - disco singer - songwriter[/b]
Born on 06.07.1937 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
After his stint with [a=Dukays, The] he went solo.
In the early 60's he released the smash hit "The Duke Of Earl", a title that became a regular persona for his act.
He appeared as such in "Don't Knock The Twist" movie, starring [a=Chubby Checker].
After his solo releases at [l=Vee Jay Records] he started recording for [l=Constellation Records (2)], [l=Checker] and [l=Brunswick].
Often produced by [a=Curtis Mayfield].
He dueted with [a=Barbara Acklin] on "From The Teacher To The Preacher".
Among his 60's hits were his cover of [a=James Brown], "There Was A Time" and "You Threw A Lucky Punch", an answer song to [a=Mary Wells]' "You Beat Me To The Punch".
In the early 70's he dueted with [a=Jerry Butler] for the whole album "One On One".
His second biggest hit after "The Duke Of Earl" was the early 70's "Groovy Situation".
In the early 1970s, whilst at [l=Mercury], he set up his [l=Mister Chand] label, one of many he was involved with over his long career.
Between 1978 - 1981 he became executive vice president at [l=Chi Sound Records], where he released four disco funk albums.
He spawned the hits "Get Down", "When You're #1", "Does She Have A Friend?" and "Rainbow '80"
After these, in 1983, he dueted with [a=Jaime Lynn] for "You're The One" at [l=Salsoul Records].
In 1985 he recorded a soul boogie album and he recorded again in 1995.