born on 14/4/1948 in Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Keith Baker (musician)
Keith Baker (born 14 April 1948 in Birmingham, England) is a drummer, best known for a brief stint with Uriah Heep. He played for Bakerloo, but left the group following the release of its only album. He subsequently became the first drummer of Supertramp (then called Daddy) between late 1969 and early 1970. Baker joined Uriah Heep prior to their second album Salisbury, replacing Nigel Olsson. He recorded the album with the group, but left when he did not want to tour extensively with the band and was replaced by Ian Clarke. He also played for B. J. Cole and Carla Rugg. Baker also plays bass guitar. Baker later performed with ex- Uriah Heep bassist Paul Newton and guitarist Dave Beale in a band called "Off The Cuff".
- Bakerloo (Bakerloo)
- New Hovering Dog (B.J. Cole)
- Dynamite (Carla Rugg)
- Salisbury (Uriah Heep)
- Very 'eavy... Very 'umble (Uriah Heep)
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Rick Davies | Roger Hodgson | Bob Siebenberg | John Helliwell | Dougie Thomson
|Original studio albums|
|Supertramp | Indelibly Stamped | Crime of the Century | Crisis? What Crisis? | Even in the Quietest Moments | Breakfast in America | ...Famous Last Words... | Brother Where You Bound | Free As a Bird | Some Things Never Change | Slow Motion|
|Paris | Live '88 | It Was The Best Of Times | Is Everybody Listening?|
|The Autobiography of Supertramp | Retrospectacle - The Supertramp Anthology|
|Side projects and guest appearances|