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Fred Thelonious Baker

Fred Thelonious Baker
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Fred T. Baker (born in Tibshelf, Derbyshire, UK, 4 June 1960) is predominantly renowned among Canterbury music fans for his work with Phil Miller's In Cahoots and his duo album with Miller, Double Up (1992). But this outstandingly talented bass player is also a highly respected musician on the British jazz and folk scenes.
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Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Mind over Matter Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Mind over Matter
(Crescent Discs CD9CD, 2011, CD)
Dave Sinclair — Stream Dave Sinclair — Stream
(Crescent CRSCNT 002, 2011, CD)
Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Conspiracy Theories Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Conspiracy Theories
(Moonjune MJR013, 2007, CD)
Pip Pyle's Bash! — Belle Illusion Pip Pyle's Bash! — Belle Illusion
(Cuneiform Rune 193, 2004, CD)
Alex Maguire / Elton Dean / Fred T Baker / Liam Genockey — Psychic Warrior Alex Maguire / Elton Dean / Fred T Baker / Liam Genockey — Psychic Warrior
(Hux Records 059, 2004, CD)
In Cahoots — All That In Cahoots — All That
(Cuneiform Rune 181, 2003, CD)
Dave Sinclair — Full Circle Dave Sinclair — Full Circle
(DSINCS CD1, 2003, CD)
Elton Dean — Moorsong Elton Dean — Moorsong
(Cuneiform Rune 143, 2001, CD)
Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Out of the Blue Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Out of the Blue
(Crescent Discs CD5CD, 2001, CD)
Pip Pyle — Seven Year Itch Pip Pyle — Seven Year Itch
(Voiceprint VP198CD, 1998, CD)
Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Parallel Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Parallel
(Crescent Discs CD4CD, 1996, CD)
Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Recent Discoveries Phil Miller - In Cahoots — Recent Discoveries
(Crescent Discs CD3CD, 1994, CD)
Phil Miller / Fred Baker — Double Up Phil Miller / Fred Baker — Double Up
(Crescent Discs CD1CD, 1992, CD)
Phil Miller — Digging In Phil Miller — Digging In
(Cuneiform Rune 34, 1991, CD)
Fred Thelonious Baker — Missing Link Fred Thelonious Baker — Missing Link
(Blueprint BP245CD, 1989/1994, CD)
Phil Miller — Split Seconds Phil Miller — Split Seconds
(Reckless Records RECK 8, 1988, CD)
Ric Sanders — Whenever Ric Sanders — Whenever
(Waterfront WF 021, 1984, LP)

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