British music stars deceased in Emphysema

Here are 3 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Emphysema:

T. S. Eliot

T. S. Eliot (September 26, 1888 St. Louis-January 4, 1965 Kensington) a.k.a. Thomas Stearns Eliot, T.S. Eliot, Eliot, Thomas Stearns or Tom was a British writer, playwright, poet, literary critic and lyricist.

His albums include , , and .

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Boris Karloff

Boris Karloff (November 23, 1887 East Dulwich-February 2, 1969 Midhurst) a.k.a. William Henry Pratt, Karloff the Uncanny, William H. Pratt, The Uncanny, Billy, Karloff, ? or Karloff, Boris and Friends was a British actor and voice actor. He had one child, Sara Karloff.

His albums: , , and .

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John Arlott

John Arlott (February 25, 1914 Basingstoke-December 14, 1991 Alderney) was a British journalist, commentator and sports commentator.

He is best known for his cricket commentary, which was described as poetic and distinctive. Arlott began his career in journalism as a junior reporter at the Hampshire Chronicle and eventually became a cricket correspondent for The Guardian. He also worked as a commentator for the BBC and was a regular on their Test Match Special radio program. Arlott was a strong opponent of apartheid and refused to cover cricket matches in South Africa during the era of segregation. In addition to his sports commentary, Arlott was also a noted wine writer and an authority on poetry. He was named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1975 for his services to journalism and broadcasting.

Arlott was widely respected for his soulful voice and his ability to transport listeners into the game he was describing. He was known for his trademark style that blended a sense of humour and a deep understanding of the nuances of cricket. In addition to his commentary work, he also authored numerous books on cricket, including the acclaimed "John Arlott: A Memoir". His other books included collections of poetry, like "Poetry of Cricket" and "Verse and Worse", as well as wine writing such as "Anatomy of a Claret", which showcased his passion for wine. Arlott's contribution to the game of cricket and broadcast journalism was recognized posthumously when he was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in 2009. His legacy continues to inspire generations of sports broadcasters, journalists and enthusiasts around the world.

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