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November 01, 2010

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David

"Wise in Time" is a lovely record, and the '61 "Together Again" even better. In fact Edwards has consistently released superior albums throughout his 50 year career. The last one that I have, "Ladies Man" from 2000, reveals him still at the top of his form. A final album recorded the following year got good reviews. The ones with larger groups also showcase his considerable skills as a composer and arranger.

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