DETROIT 1983: You might know Danan from his first release in 1982 under the alias Superlife. At that time Danan was hanging around the Recording Institute of Detroit where Juan Atkins was training in production. Danan was interested in Atkin's style of dance music and quickly recorded "Go Bananas" (soon the be re-released on PPU records). Bananas was released locally on Southern Sun Records in hyper limited quantity, it is today one of the most sought after underground detroit techno recordings of all time. Only a year later Danan would find himself back at the Recording Institute working with Orlando Cash on his second release "Psycho For Your Love". Productions in this style were given the artist name "Westwood" or "Clint Westwood". Danan was working close to 100 hours a week next to George Clinton, and certainly some p-funk had rubbed off on Danan. Peoples Potential Unlimited PPU-025 features both original versions of the infamous second release from Danan Potts aka Westwood/Cash "Psycho For Your Love" and "Work Those Joints", there are also two brand new PPU edited versions of both tracks! This record is dedicated to the late Danan Potts and his family.
Includes unlimited streaming of Psycho For Your Love
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
supported by 6 fans who also own “Psycho For Your Love”
Nice mellow boogie funk here. Megan's vocals are pleasantly understated and give the entire sound it's own special vibe. Very nice synth work and production/arrangements as well. Ordered the vinyl!! James Reeno (SPAZZOID RECORDS/NYC RECORDS/KUPCAKE RECORDS)