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  • Audrey Johnson

    Ginger Baker. Baker was one of the most imitated ’60s drummers, due to his work with Cream. He can take credit for the trio’s sound — jazzy improvisation, blues, psychedelia and hard rock with classical affectations — since, without his caustic input and penchant for jazz, they could have been just another blues band.

  • Gail De Hayes

    Ginger Baker drummer for Cream and Blind Faith. photographed by Michael Soldan, 1969.

  • Nick Goodey

    Ginger Baker photographed by Michael Soldan, 1969.

  • Garnet Bornn

    Ginger Baker (Cream) and later Baker, Gurvitz Army

  • Robby Densmore

    Don't call him a rock drummer. The one and only, Mr. Ginger Baker

  • Bill T Miller (BTM)

    !!!! GINGER !!! - CREAM's song TOAD with his DRUM SOLO was one of my favorites to bang along with in the late 60s. - BTM --- SEE preview of Ginger Baker documentary: "Beware of Mr. Baker" ----> http://vimeo.com/37768135

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Ginger Baker, never really impressed me from a rock viewpoint, but, jazz drumming he was meant to play vs rock, just my view.

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