CHRIS LEWIS AUDIO
|Terry misses the kebab and falafel lunches during the mixing of Xana… Looking forward to working with Chris again soon! Photo of Chris mixing XANA by Simon Lewis.www.lewisaudio.com|
DEBBIE GOLT – OUTERGLOBE
Wonderful working with Debbie up to the CD launch and wish her well with everything! Feel sure our paths will keep crossing..
I first saw Shirley Smart play with her Middle Eastern flavoured quartet (that is just a short hand, they throw in some jazz and at least one Brazilian tune) at the Green Note in Camden (London – great venue btw). Was blown away. Had never seen anyone play a cello like that… We are now firm friends and I would like other people to see this talented musician and enjoy the music she puts together. Have a look at the website.
Caer Urfa Leather
These folk made a bespoke strap for my hybrid bouzouki. The attention to detail and result have made it much easier for me to switch instruments (guitar-bouzouki) during gigs AND it is more comfortable AND good to look at!! Exceeded expectations!
This is not namby pamby stuff! Post car crash I wasnt able to look over my left shoulder. Many years (and therapies) later MSpace fixed it for me. Very important as I have to have 1kg weight on my bouzouki strap to support the very heavy and long neck.
NICK WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY
We loved having Nick at our rehearsals as he was able to make us forget he was there. This is clear by some of the dreadful faces we have pulled in some of the ‘out takes’!
PAM ISHERWOOD PHOTOGRAPHY
No-one takes a live band photo like Pam. We love her to bits. Somehow she greatly reduces the need for digital botox…. We wish we could put her in our pockets and take her with us to every gig!
Ben Huson made this website happen! With thanks to Ben for dealing with my flurry of emails so courteously…!!
WOMA (World of Music & Arts Assists)
WOMA is the charitable trust that TERRYAZOOME supports when possible. In October 2012 Terry decided that all the proceeds after expenses from the launch of XANA at the FORGE in Camden, would go to them. See quote from the WOMA website at www.womatrust.org/2012/11/
WOMA is a charitable trust made up of a small team experienced in working in Africa. Trustees Karen Allen (BBC correspondent in Africa), Nora Dennehy (BBC journalist and producer) and Debbie Dickinson (Music event promoter and senior lecturer at City University) started the trust in 2005 to help women across Africa who have been widowed or disadvantaged through war, famine or AIDS ; to support themselves and their children. This is achieved by giving educational grants to give the women skills.