Updated title: R.I.P. GINGER BAKER

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Yeah a sad day indeed although we all knew it was coming. I still listen to Cream a lot even to this day usually Live Cream Vol.1 & Vol.2 along with Fresh Cream, Goodbye Cream and the live side of Wheels of Fire.
 
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R.I.P
Clearly one of the very best rock drummers ever.

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RIP Ginger.

Feisty and opinionated but very talented.

I saw this Doc on him a few years ago, thought some would enjoy.

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Especially for our American and European rock cousin who maybe thinking of visiting the UK in the coming months. Ginger at some stage during the mid 1960s lived in Braemar Avenue in Neasden an area of north west London which is in the same area as the world famous Wembley stadium which isn't to far away. Ginger says in a Cream video/dvd from 1990/91 that when Eric, Jack and himself first formed Cream in 1966 they had a 'blow' in Ginger's front room in Braemar Avenue which backed out onto some waste ground at the back of the Welsh Harp reservoir (an artificial lake).
 
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