Terry is recording a solo album for Chiraschuro Records on the music of Storyville. He is also producing an album for GHB Records of historic Waldo’s Gutbucket Syncopator’s concerts.
NEW GUTBUCKET SYNCOPATORS RELEASE
Terry Waldo's Gutbucket Syncopators Ohio Theatre Concert featuring Edith Wilson Delmark DE 251 This is the second live CD by Terry Waldo's Gutbucket Syncopators on Delmark from the now-defunct Blackbird label. The first, Hot House Rag (Delmark 239), has sold very well and received excellent reviews. The Ohio Theater Concert took place on April 13, 1974 and featured Roy Tate, trumpet; Jim Snyder, trombone; Frank Powers, clarinet, alto and tenor saxophone; Terry Waldo, piano; Bill Moorhead, banjo; Mike Walbridge, tuba; Wayne Jones, drums; Edith Wilson, vocals. Edith Wilson was the second African-American woman to make phonograph records, recording a full year and a half before Bessie Smith. The addition of nine previously unissued songs makes this CD 69 minutes of inspired traditional jazz and ragtime. Also available: Hot House Rag (Delmark 239),
THIS IS RAGTIME.
The now historic book on ragtime is being republished by Jazz At Lincoln Center for release in September of 2009. The beautiful new edition contains many new color illustrations, a new chapter by Terry and a new introduction by Wynton Marsalis.