Myron Edwins (The Edwards Generation)

December 1, 2018

The Edwards Generation were a San Francisco based family group that released a number of singles and an album during the 1970s. Their releases are highly revered globally by soul and funk connoisseurs.

UK label Cordial Recordings have partnered with them in bringing out on vinyl the first of many unreleased tracks including initially the uptempo funky groover ‘I Like Your Style’ and the Motownesque ‘The Love I Found In You’.

Band member Myron chats with Ady about his memories of the 70s and the current issue of their previously unreleased recordings. 


You can but their newly released LP of unissued tracks here


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