At this time there were a few
odds and ends producers starting to come in. I remember a
guy named Quentin Kimble. A very fast talking street dude
who was always trying to beat me out of paying his bill.
Johnnie Mae Mathews came in a
few times. I don't remember too much
about her other than she was pretty wild. Loud and
boisterous. I liked her but didn't quite know how to take
Then I started to get a
couple of breaks. I don't remember who the producer was, but Eartha Kitt was in town for an appearance.
She was brought into the studio to do some vocal over-dubs
and a little
piece about this appeared in the newspaper mentioning Tera
beginning to pick up. Chuck Jackson came in one night to do
some vocals. Don't remember the details but I was excited to
meet him. I was always such a fan. He was a hell of a nice
guy and very gracious.
were starting to improve. No real big sessions, but
definitely an improvement.
I remember I
kept graphs depicting the income of the studio and
every month the line on the graph climbed ever higher until
it went over the $2000 mark. I was thrilled.
This was enough money to cover expenses and have a little
left over for improvements.
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