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Eric Clapton was joined by an all-star group of musicians last night (February 17) at London’s Hammersmith Apollo for the tribute concert in honor of late drummer Ginger Baker.

The setlist was made up of predominantly Cream and Blind Faith songs and featured appearances by Roger Waters, Nile Rodgers, Ron Wood, Steve Winwood, Kenney Jones and Kofi Baker, Ginger Baker’s son.

Video and the complete setlist from the tribute show is listed below.

Eric Clapton – A Tribute to Ginger Baker – Setlist

“Sunshine of Your Love” – with Roger Waters
“Strange Brew” – with Roger Waters
“White Room” – with Ronnie Wood, Kenney Jones and Roger Waters
“I Feel Free” – with Nile Rodgers and Willie Weeks / Paul Carrack (vocal)
“Tales Of Brave Ulysses” – with Nile Rodgers and Willie Weeks
“Sweet Wine” – with Will Johns / Paul Carrack (vocal)
“Blue Condition”
“Badge” – with Ronnie Wood and Henry Spinetti
“Pressed Rat” – with Kofi Baker
“Had To Cry Today” – with Steve Winwood, Kofi Baker and Nile Rodgers
“Presence Of The Lord” – with Steve Winwood, Kofi Baker and Nile Rodgers
“Well Alright” – with Steve Winwood, Kofi Baker and Nile Rodgers
“Can’t Find My Way Home” – with Steve Winwood, Kofi Baker and Nile Rodgers
“Do What You Like / Toad” – with Steve Winwood, Kofi Baker and Nile Rodgers
Encore
“Crossroads”  – All

 

“Sunshine of Your Love”

Sunshine of Your Love, Tribute to Ginger Baker, Eventim Apollo, February 17 2020

Sunshine of Your Love, Tribute to Ginger Baker, Eric Clapton, Roger Waters, Eventim Apollo, February 17 2020

 

“White Room”

White Room, Tribute to Ginger Baker, Eventim Apollo, February 17 2020

White Room, Tribute to Ginger Baker, Eric Clapton, Roger Waters, Ron Wood, Kenny Jones, Eventim Apollo, February 17 2020

 

“Had to Cry Today”

Had To Cry Today, Tribute to Ginger Baker, Eventim Apollo, February 17 2020

Had To Cry Today, Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Nile Rodgers, Tribute to Ginger Baker, Eventim Apollo, February 17 2020

 

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