Ginger Baker
Genres:
Jazz, New Age, Pop/Rock
Meta styles:
Art-Rock/Experimental, Ethnic Fusion, Fusion, Hard Bop, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll/Roots
Styles:
Album Rock, Art Rock, Blues-Rock, Fusion, Hard Rock, Jazz-Rock, Post-Bop

Ginger Baker was born Peter Edward Baker in Lewisham, London, on August 19, 1939. He was one of rock's first superstar drummers and possibly the most influential percussionist of the 1960s. Baker made his name on playing with the power trio Cream, which included Eric Clapton on guitar and vocals and Jack Bruce on bass, keyboards, and vocals. Ginger made top-selling records with Cream and Blind Faith for a period of only about three years at the end of the 1960s. Still, essentially every drummer for every metal band that has followed has tried to emulate some aspect of Baker's playing.

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2014
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Coward Of The County

Coward Of The County

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1999
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320 kbps
Do What You Like CD2

Do What You Like CD2

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1998
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15
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320 kbps
Do What You Like CD1

Do What You Like CD1

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1998
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320 kbps
Falling Off The Roof

Falling Off The Roof

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1996
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320 kbps
Unseen Rain

Unseen Rain

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1992
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8
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320 kbps
Middle Passage

Middle Passage

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1990
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6
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African Force

African Force

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1987
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5
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320 kbps
African Force (Vinyl)

African Force (Vinyl)

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1987
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5
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320 kbps
Horses And Trees

Horses And Trees

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1986
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320 kbps
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