Mon. Feb. 18, 2019

Eddy Grant – Living On The Frontline

Classics: Eddy Grant – Living On The Frontline (Ice/Epic)

“Oh mama, mama, you got me living on the frontline…” From his 1978 released ‘Walking On Sunshine’ album, the boiling ‘Living On The Frontline’ pretty well defines what Eddy Grant has been about. Always redefining himself. From a Pop star to a Reggae radical, from an artist to an entrepreneur. Or from a side musician – as the lead guitarist of The Equals – to the one in the centerstage.

As a matter of fact, Eddy Grant has (just) acted as an all-in-one man. Thus producing, arranging, engineering, wrting and singing his material. A repertoire speakin’ of which he’s been clever enough to secure the copyrights. Meanwhile delivering classics such as ‘Do You Feel My Love’, ‘I Don’t Wanna Dance’ and ‘Gimme Hope Jo’Anna’. With ‘Living On The Frontine’ completing the list.

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