Peter Edward "Ginger" Baker was an English drummer and a co-founder of the rock band Cream. His work in the s and s earned him the reputation of "rock's first superstar drummer", for a style that melded jazz and African rhythms and. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Album" on Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Ginger Baker at the Discogs Marketplace. Ginger Baker Plus Special Friends Live @ The Jazz Cafe London album. The band recorded three albums, Baker Gurvitz Army (), Elysian Encounter () and Hearts on Fire (), and the band toured through England and Europe in. Why? is the final album by British drummer Ginger Baker. It was released in on Motema Music, and is his first solo album in 16 years. Ginger Baker Albums Ranked and Reviewed Best to Worst · Ginger Baker's Energy · Ginger Baker · Ginger Baker, Jens Johansson & Jonas Hellborg · No. Ginger Baker was rock's first superstar drummer and the most influential percussionist of the s. There were other drummers who were well-known to the. A great album from the irascible Mr. Baker. An eclectic mix of Jazz and African tempos. The track 'Cyril Davis' was previously performed on Coward of the. Bill Frisell is the ingredient here that make this more a Bill Frisell album with Ginger Baker drumming. I have to admit I am Frisell fan and I have 5 or 6. That's why, if you only know him in one context — with barnstorming blues-rock trio Cream, in short-lived supergroup Blind Faith, alongside.