Ginger Baker

Wed, 10 Feb 2016 11:53:00 GMT

gulfnews.com

'Feel the sound on your skin'
gulfnews.com
Not all drummers are known for their discipline. It's hard to imagine a young Ginger Baker rising at 5am to go on a 10-kilometre run, Keith Moon meticulously scrubbing wooden floors or John Bonham performing a delicate tea ceremony, but all of these ...

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Tue, 09 Feb 2016 01:14:00 GMT

VVN Music

Vintage Video: "Can't Find My Way Home" Live From Blind Faith (1969)
VVN Music
Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker were just coming off the immense success of Cream and Steve Winwood had been the voice of the Spencer Davis Group and Traffic. Filling out the lineup with bassist Ric Grech from Family. The announcement of the formation ...

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Mon, 08 Feb 2016 19:35:08 GMT

Live for Live Music (press release) (blog)

Blind Faith: The Rise And Fall Of A Super Group
Live for Live Music (press release) (blog)
On this day in 1969, three anointed stars of the music world announced the formation of the first true "Super Group," Blind Faith. Featuring Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, and Steve Winwood, and, a few months later, Ric Grech, the band had all eyes from ...

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Mon, 08 Feb 2016 14:34:16 GMT

Glide Magazine

47 Years Ago Today – Eric Clapton & Ginger Baker Announce Formation of Blind Faith (Watch “Can't Find My Way Home ...
Glide Magazine
47 years ago today (2/8/69), Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker of Cream announce that they are forming a new group with Steve Winwood of Traffic. Ric Grech later joins on bass, and the group is called Blind Faith. The band, which was one of the first ...
Blind Faith: The Rise And Fall Of A Super GroupLive for Live Music (press release) (blog)

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Fri, 12 Feb 2016 13:32:17 GMT

Guitar World Magazine

Eric Clapton's 10 Best Guitar Moments
Guitar World Magazine
When Cream decided to call it quits in late 1968, each member of the band, including Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, was required to come up with a new song for the group's final album, Goodbye, the remainder of which would be filled with live cuts ...

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Fri, 22 Jan 2016 02:18:43 GMT

Forbes

Famous Rock Feuds: Jack Bruce On Ginger Baker (And Ginger, Literally, On Jack)
Forbes
The story goes when late bassist Jack Bruce was a few hours from death in 2014, he phoned up close friends to say goodbye. When he called his ex-Cream band mate Ginger Baker, he told him, “I'm dying, Ginger, f*ck you,” then slammed down the phone.