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Terry Snyder

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Biography

Terry Snyder was one of the leading percussionist of the space-age, bachelor pad, music generation, which is enjoying a revival, currently. Terry started in 1940, with the Bert Block Orchestra, playing celesta, bells and drums, and creating a demonstration of the stereo separation effect. He was Perry Como's favorite drummer. He played with Stan Freeman's harpsichord, and made many albums under the Provocative and Persuasive Percussion titles. He played with Enoch Light, Lew Davies, all on the Command, record label. He appeared on other TV shows until his death 1963, in New York City. Terry's music is still played on many big band and lounge music radio stations on the web. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Top Songs

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