Ginger Baker('s) Air Force


Ginger Baker('s) Air Force was a short-lived jazz-rock fusion supergroup led by the famed former drummer of Cream and Blind Faith. Other members of this multi-member band included Rick Grech (violin, bass), Denny Laine (guitar, vocals), and Steve Winwood (organ, vocals). They had one hit in 1970 with the country-influenced ballad, "Man Of Constant Sorrow," featuring Laine as lead vocalist.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Man Of Constant Sorrow (1970)

Pop charts debut year: 1970

Years active: 1969-1971, 2015

Genres: Jazz-rock, Afro-fusion, blues rock

Labels: Atco, Polydor


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