, a versatile saxophonist who played with Count Basie, Ray Charles, Horace Silver, and Harold Mabern, among many others, and who recorded a series of soul-jazz albums in the late 1960s and early ’70s that have since become cult classics, died following a stroke Nov. 29 in Maplewood, N.J. He was 78. Terry’s most famous recording as, featured an all-star lineup of players including trumpeter Woody Shaw, his classmate at Newark’s South Side High School. In his later years, Terry worked as a session man and music educator.

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