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Hey Clark, The boy’s are still talking about the great time they had visiting their uncle Clark in April. Thanks to Gwen, I just ordered your book and should receive it next week. Get better soon! the Lanes.
“Woman, you mus’ crazy” (per you and Moody). Please get out of that hospital quick. Hospitals are for sick people. Among other experiences I recall having dinner with you and Leonard Feather years ago at an Italian restaurant on Fremont outside the fairgrounds at the Monterey Jazz Festival. Also, walking you on and off stage at a Don Miller gathering in Scottsdale.
Hang on tight man, take care and be good to you. The best to you and Gwen.
Last week was one of the most special times in my life. I have always loved the time that I got to spend with you Uncle Clark, and it meant more than you will ever know to me to be able to see you, talk to you, and hold your hand. I’m so thrilled to see you getting better. Gwen and I had some lovely visits and laughs, and I can’t wait until I can come back and share some more with you all. I miss you so much already and I promise, I will be back! I love you so much and am thrilled to see you that you continue to “Keep on Keepin’ On”!!! xoxo Love Céline!
On behalf of all of us at WMUA in Amherst, MA, Best Wishes for a quick recovery and a return to good health.
Dear Mr. Terry;
Sending you love from the Big Apple. I will never forget the gift of inspiration you gave me. When I was a high school tenor saxophonist, you & I played a duet together with the all-star big band down in Houston Texas in 1971. Your profound influence on me guided me through the rest of my developmental years & I never forgot how special that moment was. Thank you, Sir
Many happy recollections of hearing you at the Nice Jazz Festival Clark. You’re a lovely guy, do get well as soon as possible
longtime fan of yours, Clark….I played with “Swing Fever” before you got there! (still do occasionally) I play Tenor & Clarinet
best wishes for your recovery!!!
Clark: I NEVER sign these guestbooks, but for you I’ll make an exception. Here’s my best wishes for a speedy recovery. We need you back and blowing that big, beautiful horn!
Get well, need you to direct Count Basie big band
I would like you to know how my wife Yvonne and I feel about you. I have been a radio DJ for 27 years KMHD891FM
and A Trumpet player since 15 now 80, You have inspired me
and thousand of others, It was a thrill to meet you again in Portland and our conversation you are a true treasure and gentleman. God Bless You.
I always told you, somp’n’s gonna jump out woods and grab you!
I’m glad to see the book is finally out, and will order it right away.
I love you, Clark, and feel so fortunate to have been in your life and your music. Aileen sends her love, too.
Just got word of your hospitalization. I feel guilty about not having called or written you in a long time. Thinking of you frequently.
Dear Clark, We just heard you were in hospital. The photo of you shows that your sense of humour is still strong so that is the best cure. We are all thinking of you and sending you good energy, prayers and lots of love to you and Gwen and the family! I am still striving to more like you! Take care, big kisses and hugs from Joan, George, Shu Mei and Matthew (Teo)
Am reading your wonderful book which truly is in your own inimitable voice–a treasure-trove of wit and wisdom, the latest of the great gifts you have bestowed on us for so many years. Bless you for being the one and only Clark Terry,
one of the finest human beings it has been my privilege to know.
All my love,
we love you mumbles! hang in there, keep swingin’
Mr. Terry: My prayers are with you for a speedy recovery. Have loved your music since introduced in my teens. You now occupy a place in my gig when I am on the air at KCSM! Remember God can do what no one else can!
Although I am a saxophonist, I can hear you influence in my own playing. You have given us all so very much over, in your music and your teaching. You are in my thought and my heart.
Hey Clark and Gwen, You both are in my prayers. With inspired help on the ground from the doctors and inspired help from above, the fight will have the best of results
Hi Clark & Gwen,
I am writing to send positive vibrations, prayers and get well wishes. You have dedicated your life to bringing joy and the highest form of artistic expression to the world. Let me know when you are ready for gumbo. I am ready to send it.
Greetings Mr. Terry. Your in my thoughts and prayers. Godspeed, and Thank you for all you have done for Jazz. There are thousands of musicians who owe so, so much to you.
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