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Eddy Grant incapable of making ‘dud’ music: ‘I’ve made so many hit records’

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West Indies in Barbados. Mick Jagger was staying with me, so off we went. We were walking to the ground and people were shouting: ‘How are you going, Eddy?’ ‘Sign this for us, Eddy!’ Mick said to me, ‘How the hell do they recognise you and they don’t recognise me?’ Mick Jagger is the biggest star in certain quarters — in others he has to take second place because I am much more visible.It’s like asking me to give up which child I love best.

I love them all but if I was forced to pick one it would be I Don’t Wanna Dance, because it was my first [solo] No 1.Gimme Hope Jo’anna, the anti-apartheid single I released in 1988.

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