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Baldry's birth was registered in Brixworth Registration District in Northamptonshire in the first quarter of 1941. He was born to William James Baldry (1915-1990), a metropolitan police constable and his wife, Margaret Louisa née Parker (1915-1989). His early life was spent in Edgware , Middlesex where he attended Camrose Primary School until the age of 11, after which he attended Downer Grammar School, now Canons High School . Just before his death, he attended the school's 40th anniversary celebrations. [ citation needed ]

Baldry grew to 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m), resulting in the nickname "Long John". He was one of the first British vocalists to sing blues in clubs. [ citation needed ] Baldry appeared quite regularly in the early 1960s in the Gyre & Gimble coffee lounge, around the corner from Charing Cross railway station , and at the Brownsville R. & B. Club, Manor House, London , also "Klooks Kleek" (Railway Hotel, West Hampstead). He appeared weekly for some years at Eel Pie Island on the Thames at Twickenham and also appeared at the Station Hotel in Richmond , one of the Rolling Stones ' earliest venues.

In the early 1960s, he sang with Alexis Korner 's Blues Incorporated , with whom he recorded the first British blues album in 1962, R&B from the Marquee . At stages, Mick Jagger , Jack Bruce and Charlie Watts were members of this band while Keith Richards and Brian Jones played on stage, although none played on the R&B at the Marquee album. [2] When The Rolling Stones made their debut at the Marquee Club in July 1962, Baldry put together a group to support them. Later, Baldry was the announcer introducing the Stones on their US-only live album, Got Live If You Want It! , in 1966.

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Baldry's birth was registered in Brixworth Registration District in Northamptonshire in the first quarter of 1941. He was born to William James Baldry (1915-1990), a metropolitan police constable and his wife, Margaret Louisa née Parker (1915-1989). His early life was spent in Edgware , Middlesex where he attended Camrose Primary School until the age of 11, after which he attended Downer Grammar School, now Canons High School . Just before his death, he attended the school's 40th anniversary celebrations. [ citation needed ]

Baldry grew to 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m), resulting in the nickname "Long John". He was one of the first British vocalists to sing blues in clubs. [ citation needed ] Baldry appeared quite regularly in the early 1960s in the Gyre & Gimble coffee lounge, around the corner from Charing Cross railway station , and at the Brownsville R. & B. Club, Manor House, London , also "Klooks Kleek" (Railway Hotel, West Hampstead). He appeared weekly for some years at Eel Pie Island on the Thames at Twickenham and also appeared at the Station Hotel in Richmond , one of the Rolling Stones ' earliest venues.

In the early 1960s, he sang with Alexis Korner 's Blues Incorporated , with whom he recorded the first British blues album in 1962, R&B from the Marquee . At stages, Mick Jagger , Jack Bruce and Charlie Watts were members of this band while Keith Richards and Brian Jones played on stage, although none played on the R&B at the Marquee album. [2] When The Rolling Stones made their debut at the Marquee Club in July 1962, Baldry put together a group to support them. Later, Baldry was the announcer introducing the Stones on their US-only live album, Got Live If You Want It! , in 1966.


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