is the eponymous debut album by Ginger Baker's Air Force Ginger Baker's Air Force, released in 1970. This album is a recording of a sold-out live show at the Royal Albert Hall, on 15 January 1970, with the original 11-piece line up. The gatefold LP cover was designed left-handed; i.e. the front cover artwork was on what traditionally would be considered the back and vice versa.
Track listing [ edit ]
Side one [ edit ]
"Da Da Man" (
Harold McNair) – 7:16
Lead vocal by Jeanette Jacobs, organ solo by Stevie Winwood, guitar solo by Denny Laine, sax solo by Graham Bond. "Early in the Morning" (Traditional, arranged by
Ginger Baker) – 11:13
Lead vocals by Ginger Baker & Denny Laine.
Side two [ edit ]
"Don't Care" (Baker,
Steve Winwood) – 12:32
Lead vocals by Steve Winwood & Jeanette Jacobs. "
Toad" (Baker) – 12:59
Drum solos by Ginger Baker, Remi Kabaka & Phil Seamen.
Side three [ edit ]
"Aiko Biaye" (
Remi Kabaka, Teddy Osei) – 13:00
Lead Vocals by Graham Bond. "
Man of Constant Sorrow" (Traditional, arranged by Denny Laine) – 3:50
Lead Vocal by Denny Laine, bass guitar by Steve Winwood, violin by Ric Grech.
Side four [ edit ]
"Do What You Like" (Baker) – 11:47
Lead vocal by Steve Winwood. "Doin' It" (Baker/Grech) – 5:26
Personnel [ edit ]
Musicians [ edit ]
Ginger Baker – drums, percussion, timpani, vocals
Denny Laine – guitars, vocals
Ric Grech – bass guitar, violin
Steve Winwood – Hammond organ, bass guitar, vocals
Chris Wood – tenor saxophone, flute
Graham Bond – Hammond organ, alto saxophone, vocals
Harold McNair – tenor and alto saxophones, alto flute Bud Beadle – saxophones
Jeanette Jacobs – vocals
Phil Seamen, Remi Kabaka – drums, percussion
Production [ edit ]
Album – Billboard
Pop Albums (US)
Pop Albums (UK)
Single – (UK) Billboard
Man Of Constant Sorrow (Studio Version)
 Pop singles
References [ edit ]