- The 2GB career-spanning collection includes cuts like 1990's "Get It Off" and 2010's "Mommy What's A Record."
Kerri Chandler has made a batch of his tracks available digitally for the first time.
The free 43-track, 2GB drop includes cuts like "Get It Off," off his valuable 1990 debut EP Super Lover, collaborations with Dee Dee Brave and Naeem Johnson, a clutch of Nina Simone remixes and "Mommy What's A Record," a well-known track off the 2010 The Thing For Linda 2010 12-inch. The pack also includes rare mixes or previously unreleased tracks, such as a beatless version of "In The Morning," Chandler's 2006 collaboration with Monique Bingham, and a unknown cut called "Can't Let Go."
A brief note from the New Jersey legend reads: "As promised I am putting this link up for 43 songs of mine for free that weren't available as digital downloads. Hope you enjoy and play them."
Download the tracks here.
Listen to Kerri Chandler's 2015 RA Exchange and last year's RA Live session at Brilliant Corners in London.