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    #1

    as confirmed

    On tour with The Shadows, Lordan demonstrated the tune to bass player Jet Harris, reportedly picking out the tune on a ukulele as confirmed by the Shadows on BBC Radio 2 documentary "Out of the Shadows."

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Lordan

    Doesn't that sentence need a comma before 'as confirmed'?


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    Re: as confirmed

    I would use one.

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