Legendary Cream drummer Ginger Baker sadly passed away last year, and on Monday night his former bandmate Eric Clapton paid tribute to his late friend with an star-studded celebration of Baker's life at London's Eventim Apollo on Monday (2/17). The special guests were special indeed, with Roger Waters, Nile RodgersSteve Winwood, The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood, Small Faces' Kenney Jones, Squeeze/Roxy Music's Paul Carrack, and Baker's own son, Kofi Baker, (who took on his father's iconic drum solo in "Toad.")

The night consisted of mostly Cream songs, including "Sunshine of Your Love," "I Feel Free," and lots more, but also included a few Blind Faith tracks like "Had To Cry Today" and "Do What You Like," as well as covers of Robert Johnson’s "Cross Road Blues" and Buddy Holly’s "Well All Right." Watch highlights from the concert, via Ultimate Classic Rock, and view the night's setlist, below.

Setlist - Eric Clapton and Friends @ Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, London, 2/17/20 ()
Sunshine Of Your Love (Cream) (with Roger Waters)
Strange Brew (Cream) (with Roger Waters)
White Room (Cream) (with Roger Waters, Ronnie Wood, and Kenney Jones)
I Feel Free (Cream) (with Nile Rodgers and Paul Carrack)
Tales Of Brave Ulysses (Cream) (with Nile Rodgers)
Sweet Wine (Cream) (with Paul Carrack and Will Johns)
Blue Condition (Cream)
Badge (Cream) (with Ronnie Wood and Henry Spinetti)
Pressed Rat And Wart Hog (Cream) (with Kofi Baker)
Had To Cry Today (Blind Faith) (with Steve Winwood, Nile Rodgers, and Kofi Baker)
Presence Of The Lord (Blind Faith) (with Steve Winwood, Nile Rodgers, and Kofi Baker)
Can’t Find My Way Home (Blind Faith) (with Steve Winwood, Nile Rodgers, and Kofi Baker)
Well All Right (Buddy Holly) (with Nile Rodgers and Winwood)
Do What You Like / Toad (Blind Faith) (with Steve Winwood, Ronnie Wood, Nile Rodgers, and Kofi Baker)

Cross Road Blues (Robert Johnson) (with everyone)

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