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God bless you Mr. Terry on this road of recovery.
All the best,
New York, New York
Wishing you all the love and healing energy of the universe.
With much respect and gratitude for your art and your humanity.
dearest clark…from the daughter (alexandra) and the widow (evelyn) of guitarist george barnes comes much love and many healing thoughts. evelyn just turned 88 years old a week ago…over 10 years ago, as a result of cancer, her entire left leg was amputated, all the way up to her hip. she’s been a real trouper, and knows — as you do — that it’s all about attitude. you may have lost a limb, but your soul and your spirit are solid and intact! please let us know if you or gwen wish to speak with my mom, and i’ll send you her phone number. she’d be happy to be in touch.
Clark Terry is the greatest! I talk about you daily as I bestow on youngsters and not-so-youngsters your great pedagogical revelation of the “doo-dle-laa” as the key to unlock so many of the great secrets of swing! Thanks a million for all you have given and all you give. Much love and a hallelujah for Clark Terry. Happy Birthday!
all the best wishesto you and your family from Germany!
Sincerely yours Dieter Weckerle
WE LOVE YOU MAN. GOD BLESS AND KEEP THE FAITH. *****HAPPY HOLIDAYS*** to you and your family.
LOTS OF LOVE
from DALY CITY, CA
You are awesome, courageous and life-giving. Thanks, and keep the faith.
From my first recordings I heard of jazz music, to seeing you play live countless times throughout the last 15 years… I can’t thank you enough for the huge inspiration you’ve been to me as a trumpet player… and as a human! Here’s to 91 more years!
Wishing you a speedy recovery and sending love your way – we miss you!
Dear Mr. Terry,
Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for your music! Your swingin’ jazz gives me such life and happiness! I’m praying for you. May God surround you with healing love, life, and happiness! You are one COOL cat!
A thousand blessings . . . Mary Hammett
we only met and spoke once briefly CT, when I had the Jazzmania Loft going, but they were words of encouragement and since i’ve been a fan of yours since i can remember, i want to give some back atya: a speeedy recovery 2U, CT!!
You have been a hero of mine since the 1950′s. I first saw you in Birdland in 1954. I would go to Birdland and sit in the peanut gallery and watch you and other greats.
I love your playing and I wish you would hang around another 90 years. You are a national treasure!
I Love you, Clark Terry. When ever I hear you play, it just makes my heart smile! Please get well soon.
Carol (Raleigh, NC)
Many blessings to you Mr Terry. We love you and wish you well!
You are a national treasure and I’m happy to have met you many years ago. Be strong, have a blessed birthday, and be well. Debby in Buffalo
Please know that I am one of the multitudes that has you in my thoughts and prayers. Wishing you the swingingest peace and healing blessings.
You know you are our original inspiration to play this music from our days at Turner House. You are my inspiration and role model. Pam and I pray for your speedy recovery and wish you and Gwen all of God’s Blessings.
Bobby and Pam
May the Good Lord continue to Bless you and allow you to spread your wonderful message to the world. God Bless great jazz!!!
Hey Man: Deeply sorry about this minor setback! You sit got your chops and fingers to blow cool with! Loves ya LM
Hang in there. You are a treasure, a delight and an inspiration to us all. Thanks for all you have given us and I look forward to what you’ll bring next year! (Oh, and could you speak a little more clearly in that song? Can’t understand a word you’re saying.)
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