Crystal Telephone was Terry's only solo album, produced in 1969 on the Deram label. His lyrics and vocals are complemented by musical arrangements from John Coleman, featuring a mix of jazz, blues and rock.
Following the success of Crystal Telephone, Terry formed the folk group Storyteller with Roger Moon, Caroline Attard and others. Their eponymous album, produced by Peter Frampton and Andrew Bown, was released in 1970 by Transatlantic Records.
More Pages was Storyteller's second and final album. Released in 1971, again under the Transatlantic Records label, and produced by Andrew Bown, it features the same group members, with the addition of Chris Belshaw on bass guitar.