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Ginger Baker's Airforce
United Kingdom

Years: 1969 - 1970
Styles: Art Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Jazz Rock, Progressive Rock


Ginger Baker - African drums , Drums, Percussion, Timpani, Vocals (in band: 1969 - 1970)


Steve Winwood - Bass Guitar, Guitar, Hammond organ, Keyboards, Vocals
Ric Grech - Bass Guitar, Violin
Denny Laine - Flute, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Piano, Vocals
Rebop Kwaku Baah - Drums, Percussion
Chris Wood - Flute, Keyboards, Saxophone
Graham Bond - Hammond organ, Keyboards, Saxophone, Vocals
Harold McNair - Flute, Saxophone
Phil Seamen - Drums, Percussion
Jeanette Jacobs - Vocals
Bud Beadle - Saxophone
Kenny Craddock - Guitar, Hammond organ, Piano, Vocals
Colin Gibson - Bass Guitar
Steve Gregory - Flute, Saxophone
Diane Stewart - Vocals
Neemoi "Speedy" Acquaye - African drums , Drums, Percussion

Biography Picture     In 1970 former Cream drummer Ginger Baker assembled the progressive Jazz-Fusion band Ginger Baker's Airforce with guitarist Denny Laine,  bassist Ric Grech, keyboard player Graham Bond, saxophonist Harold McNair and percussionist Remi Kabaka.

     The band released two albums, both in 1970: "Ginger Baker's Air Force" and "Ginger Baker's Air Force 2".

     Ginger Baker's Air Force also played a set at Wembley Stadium on April 19, 1970, during the start of the World Cup Rally, which went from London to Mexico City.


Ginger Baker's Air Force (Mar 30, 1970)
Ginger Baker's Air Force 2 (Dec 10, 1970)

Singles & EPs

Man of Constant Sorrow / Don't It (Mar, 1970)

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