Peter Ford, better known as Baby Ford, is a British electronic music record producer, known particularly for his contributions to the birth of acid house. He has also released material under the aliases Cassino Classix, El Mal, Solcyc, and Simprini Risin'. Ford was influenced by Chicago musicians such as Marshall Jefferson, Ron Trent, Armando, and Larry Heard, and was one of the founders of the acid house scene in the United Kingdom.
Its biggest problem was that the opening numbers were the strongest, rendering it another in the long line of dance albums that fails to maintain its strength over its length.
Baby Ford – Ford Trax. Baby Ford – Ford Trax. Label: Torso – TORSO 12103. Country: Netherlands. Engineer – Baby Ford (tracks: B1, D1), Lucy Blundun (tracks: A1, D1), Mark McGuire (tracks: A2, B3, C2), Mr. Salt (tracks: B1, C1).
Alex Celler – Haz 13. OCH – Time Tourism (Baby Ford Remix) 14. Ion Ludwig – I Don’t Know How To Say 15. Baby Ford – NY015. Ford has been a key figure in house and techno for more than two decades. He began his career in the late ’80s with a series of far-reaching acid house releases, before eventually moving on to more subtle, stripped-back aesthetic (his 1992 album BFORD 9 famously inspired Perlon co-founder and future collaborator Zip to leave his band and start producing dance music)
Bford 14 by Baby Ford on PAL SL. Blow Back by Baby Ford on Insumision.
14 tracks · 18 May 1992. fabric 85: Baby Ford. 15 tracks · 10 December 2015. 4 tracks · March 1994.