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submitted on November 13, 2016 1:46 PM GMT
Name: Patrick
Email Address: amourdelart@orange.fr
Comments: Another voice from our youth. Paris 1974, 149 rue du Faubourg st Denis, gare du nord with my frien Pierre, a macrobiotic times which have influenced my life for many years. Life is so strange, so beautiful and so empty. I am happy for your career in music. Best regards. Patrick

submitted on August 26, 2016 12:22 PM GMT
Name: Rowan Bain
Email Address: rowan.bain@walthamforest.gov.uk
Comments: Dear Terry Day, The William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow is planning a major exhibition in Summer 2017 exploring the history and legacy of Walthamstow School of Art in the 1950s and 60s. The School cultivated some of the most influential creative talent of the era, leading names in art, fashion, music and film studied and taught here – Peter Blake, filmmakers Ken Russell and Peter Greenaway, fashion designers Celia Birtwell, Marion Foale and Sally Tuffin, and of course musicians like yourself and Ian Dury. I am currently still in the research phase and contacting former staff and pupils who were there at this time and I was very much hoping to speak to you about your experience as a pupil there. Hope to hear from you. Yours sincerely Rowan Bain Curator, William Morris Gallery 0208 946 1469

submitted on April 27, 2015 11:09 AM GMT
Name: john smith
Email Address: jonndee7389@gmail.com
Comments: Hi Terry, enjoyed reading you history,as I grew up in Plaistow, and spent many a good night at "Birdland" Denglow Studios Chadwell Heath. It was run by the corpulant Frank Dennis and his wife Gladys. It was mid-fifties and we saw Britain`s finest there, for about five bob as I remember. Those you mentioned plus Tommy Whittle,Ronnie Ross,Tubby Hayes, the great Joe Harriot,Harry South,Shake Kean,Jimmy Skidmore,and a host of others. Not to forget the local boys, Len Livesey,and Al Mead come to mind as do Curly Holliday and Ralph Strelitz. There was at one time a jazz club at "The Pigeons Hotel" Stratford called "Club 15" It`s great to revive those old memories, keep well,keep going Best Wishes..........John

submitted on May 7, 2013 3:14 PM GMT
Name: Derrick Woodham
Email Address: derrick.woodham@uc.edu
Comments: Hi Terry! A great site, really like your drumming...! we're off to see Charlie in Chicago and he gave me the "heads up" on you, keep on truckin' [/:0)

submitted on January 8, 2013 9:08 PM GMT
Name: Alison
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submitted on April 20, 2012 7:33 PM GMT
Name: eric blitz
Email Address: drumblitz@yahoo.com
Comments: i just came across your web page. i am a percussionist in nyc and i have gotten lots of inspiration from your works. thanks for all your great music! best always. eric blitz urchestra doll hospital

submitted on June 28, 2011 6:54 PM GMT
Name: dave stephens
Email Address: davestephenssculptor@yahoo.co.uk
Comments: Just been watching you and miya. Like 2 insects surrounding each other with sound in the way that rain forests aquire communication through breathing. See you Saturday, Dave.

submitted on June 17, 2011 10:58 AM GMT
Name: barry edgar pilcher poet musician mail artist
Email Address: barryepilcher@gmail.com
Comments: every morning practicing to improve a cricket haiku by basho hello terry me old mate out here on inishfree at last catching up with digtal age help what fun to be stuck in a time warp bad storms while back blasted all the leaves off the trees not good flux the flux cosmic love saxophones of reality barry

submitted on April 12, 2011 4:33 PM GMT
Name: jonathan nicoll
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submitted on February 11, 2011 10:10 AM GMT
Name: Roger Ely
Email Address: rogerely52@hotmail.com
Comments: Hope you are in good health. will definetly catch you live at the vortex or Cafe Oto some time soon. Sadly Ian Hinchliffe died in December-I and dave stephens, tony green and gerry fitzgerald are arranging a memorial at Beaconsfield art center in Vauxhal hopefully in May. Send me your E-Mail and I will put you on group E Mail re info concerning this if you would like to be involved. Best, Roger PS remember that (well paid) crazy gig we all did at Brighton Poly at that punk gig in 79! derek was there in stitchers if I remember correctly

submitted on December 16, 2010 7:57 PM GMT
Name: Mollymops
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Comments: hey terry!!! just had a look through your art, it's amazing, love it!!! molly x

submitted on December 13, 2010 8:03 PM GMT
Name: Iain Jacobs
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Comments: I pass by fairly often to keep up with what's going on, not that I can get to any of it, living where I do. Good luck and keep on spreading the word.

submitted on November 24, 2010 11:23 AM GMT
Name: paul jolly
Email Address: paul@33jazz.com
Comments: hi Terry great PB photos on your web site from Kings Place - are they going to be on the PB web site some time? hope to play with you again soon Paul xx

submitted on September 19, 2010 11:14 AM GMT
Name: Lola Deblas Guijosa
Email Address: lodeblas@hotmail.com
Comments: Greetings from Málaga, Terry. The course in La Invisible left us here with an after taste full of different flavours, and a more open mind about the meaning of communication... Thank you for being you. Lola