Freddy55 replied on 13/10/2019 22:56
Posted on 13/10/2019 00:13 by DavidKlyne
I think heavy metal or whatever it was called passed me by. I was very into music when I was younger but after the Beatles I seemed to be doing other things. I liked some of what I would call the more mainstream stuff. There was an Imagine programme on about Ginger Baker the other night seemed an interesting fellow in an odd way! Must admit I didn't take much notice of drummers except perhaps Sandy Nelson.
hitchglitch replied on 26/10/2019 08:23
Posted on 26/10/2019 08:23
My grandson is having drumming lessons (6 years old!) so as I had seen Ginger Baker and Cream at University (a long, long time ago) I sent my daughter a link to one of his drum solos. Two days later Ginger died. To be honest, I was really surprised that he was still alive up to that point!
derekcyril replied on 26/10/2019 19:27
Freddy55 replied on 28/10/2019 19:28
richardandros replied on 29/10/2019 11:41
Freddy55 replied on 29/10/2019 19:46
Posted on 29/10/2019 11:41 by richardandros
Mick Fleetwood was good, but not in the same league as Ginger. Remember seeing him as part of the original Fleetwood Mac with Pete Green (when they were a proper blues band), in the 60s.