Danger Lover

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Danger Lover

Song details
Performer: Grand Central
Writer(s): Charles 'Chazz' Smith
Producer(s): Prince, André Anderson and Charles 'Chazz' Smith (assumed)
Live Appearances
First and last live appearance:
  • 1973 (as part of Grand Central)
  • This track is not known to have been performed live during Prince’s professional career.
Performed regularly on tour:
  • none
Performed occasionally in shows:

Danger Lover is an unreleased track performed live, and perhaps recorded at the Russell Ave, Anderson house, Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1973 by Grand Central, a band consisting of Prince, André Anderson and Charles 'Chazz' Smith.

Witten by Charles 'Chazz' Smith, Danger Lover is one of the few original compositions known to be played by the band at the time, along with Do You Feel Like Dancing?, Funk It Up and Machine (sometimes also called Sex Machine). The group had been playing the track live since at least 1973 although details of Grand Central’s live shows are not well known (the band mostly played cover versions of current hits).

It is not known if the track was later considered for inclusion on any project.


Recording Information
Recording Sessions
Date Studio Additional info
1973 Russell Ave, Anderson house,
Minneapolis, MN, USA
Rehearsals and basic tracking (if recorded)
Recording Personnel

Versions
Unreleased Versions
Title Version Additional Info
Danger Lover Rehearsal 1973 rehearsal (if recorded)


 
Additional Information

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References
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