The bottom line is:
You can probably do it yourself. Listening to the youtube clip it seems he is building a simple bass-like line.
Knowing the chords will help you a lot.
Thanks for pointing it to us. Great tenor on top too.
I have the barilines for our version of "Roadrunner" which I think is close to what Mike Terrry is playing. In concert F. I have the chords, but you seems to them already. If I find bari charts I pm you.
Mike Terry played lots of recording in the 60's and 70's. Another bariplayer that also was heard in those days was Johnny Williams (Count Basie saxsection, Ike & Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and The Pipes, The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, Four Tops ...). Both Terry and Williams did lots of recordings but hard to find thier names on the record/sleeves. Stax had Mar-Keys and bariman Floyd Newman. In LA Steve Douglas played baritone on lots of recording session. Alvin Tyler was in the south. Ronnie Cuber is also a big bari name. Most of the R&b honkers in the 50's had a good bariplayer in thier band.