Buddy Terry

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Edlin "Buddy" Terry (January 30, 1941 - November 29, 2019) is an American jazz musician and alto/tenor sax player. He was born in Newark, New Jersey. In the 1960s and 1970s Terry made albums for Prestige Records and Mainstream Records.[1] He played with the group Swingadelic from 2000 to 2010.[2][3][4]


With Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers

With Billy Hawks

  • Heavy Soul! (Prestige, 1968)

With Groove Holmes

  • I'm in the Mood for Love (Flying Dutchman, 1976)

With Harold Mabern

With Joe Morello

  • Another Step Forward (Ovation, 1969)

With Alphonse Mouzon

With Freddie Roach

With Swingadelic

With Swingadelic

With Swingadelic

With The Tonemasters


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  2. ^ Jazz Greats Speak: Interviews with Master Musicians Roland Baggenæs - 2008 - Page 23 1461660017 One is called “Quiet Afternoon,” and it was recorded by tenor saxophonist Buddy Terry on the Mainstream label. I think that was the first tune anybody recorded of mine."
  3. ^ Jimmy Heath, Joseph McLaren I Walked With Giants: The Autobiography of Jimmy Heath 1439901996 - Page 160 Jimmy and the other Jazzmobile instructors, like Lisle Atkinson, Frank Foster, Buddy Terry, Jimmy Owens, Sharon Freeman, and Norman Simmons, opened up the world of jazz professionalism for those of us older students who aspired to play ...
  4. ^ All Music Guide to Jazz: The Definitive Guide to Jazz Music 087930717X Vladimir Bogdanov, Chris Woodstra, Stephen Thomas Erlewine - 2002 " .... and the boogaloo- tinged "One Track Mind"; there are some surprisingly gutsy solos from lesser-known tenor player Edlin "Buddy" Terry, ..."