|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Happy People||2||Audio||1978||Mountain Records (5)|
|2||Happy People||2||Audio||1978||Mountain Records (5)|
|3||Take Me To The Dance||2||Audio||1978||Mountain Records (5)|
|4||Going To A Disco||2||Audio||1977||Mountain Records (5)|
English conductor, born in 1944.
Ford was originally classically trained; he studied French horn at the Royal Academy of Music. While in his senior year there, he formed his own orchestra, which debuted at the Royal Albert Hall a few months after he graduated. He then found work as an arranger and conductor for releases by Caravan, Bryan Ferry, Ginger Baker, Johnny Nash, Three Man Army, Japan, and Elton John, as well as for the soundtrack for the film Tommy.