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Old 10-07-2019, 01:28 AM
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GREAT drummer! Had a chance to see him play with Jack Bruce and Blues Saraceno. 2/3rds of Cream. There was a rumor that Eric Clapton may show up, but it was just that, a rumor. He was awesome to watch! What a loss to the music industry. I played drums for a few years starting in '84. Used to try to play his stuff. Danny

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Sad another rocker has passed. Creative and sometimes aggressive in drumming methods. RIP and keep the beat.
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Jack Bruce a while back,now Ginger.Only Clapton left from Cream.Saw them Spring '68.RIP Ginger.
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I listened to Toad this weekend in memory of Ginger..
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I still listen to cream songs.
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He liked his Shelbys, had a 427 too. And Jensen Interceptors.
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If you haven't seen it - Search for and check out a documentary on him called Beware of Mr Baker...
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We saw him play in Austin four years ago. He was just released from the hospital, but played on for the audience.
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LOL...It's an hour & 32 minutes well spent.


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It is - great documentary.
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