Fred T. Baker

Real Name:
Fred Thelonious Baker
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.

He was member of following bands: John Etheridge/Ric Sanders Group (1980-81), Fred Thelonious Baker Group (ca.1984), Harry Beckett Group, Elton Dean/John Etheridge Quartet and Baker/Parlan.
Currently he is a member of 'In Cahoots' and 'Pip Pyle's Bash'.

In addition to performing and recording, Baker also teaches jazz and progressive music at the Birmingham Conservatoire of Music.
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Fred T. Baker - Double Up album art Phil Miller / Fred Baker* Phil Miller / Fred Baker* - Double Up (Album) Crescent Discs UK 1992 Sell This Version
BP245CD Fred T. Baker - Missing Link album art Fred T. Baker Missing Link(CD) Voiceprint BP245CD UK 1994 Sell This Version
SVL02CD Fred T. Baker - Carried Away... album art Sanders*, Baker* And Clayton* Sanders*, Baker* And Clayton* - Carried Away...(CD, Album) Speaking Volumes (2) SVL02CD UK 1995 Sell This Version
jw 108 Fred T. Baker - One Take album art Joe Sachse, John Marshall, Fred T. Baker Joe Sachse, John Marshall, Fred T. Baker - One Take(CD, Album) Jazzwerkstatt jw 108 Germany 2010 Sell This Version


none Fred T. Baker - 18. Chemnitzer Jazzfest 2010 album art Fred T. Baker, John Marshall, Joe Sachse Fred T. Baker, John Marshall, Joe Sachse - 18. Chemnitzer Jazzfest 2010(DVDr, DVD-V, PAL) Tribar Music S.W. none Germany 2013 Sell This Version