BLUES MUSICIAN LONG JOHN BALDRY DIES IN VANCOUVER
British born blues musician Long John Baldry died in a Vancouver, BC, hospital after a lengthy illness July 21, 2005. Baldry (R) sings on the Nite Vision "Sugar" set along with Papa John King on slide guitar and Butch Coulter on harmonica in Vancouver, January 19, 1986. The locally filmed Nite Vision aired on Super Channel. (UPI Photo/Peter Tanner/FILE)
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