Baby Ford ‎– Mystery Falls

Trelik ‎– TR026
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Mystery Falls
B Spooked

Companies, etc.


  • Written-By, ProducerP.Ford* (tracks: B)
  • Written-By, Producer [Uncredited]Rhythm Maker (tracks: A)


Track A is in fact "Rhythm Maker - Rosmarin" From 2003.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 10457 1A TR 026
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 10457 1B TR 026


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November 11, 2020 if ya wanna dig into the plagiarism thingy

TLDR: they confronted the original producer, Rhythm Maker, with this new release that named Ford as the producer. Rhythm Maker had no clue and was quite surprised, and eventually someone spoke with Ford, who declared: "There was some mystery over the parts on an old DAT – hence the name of the track but the situation is in the process of being remedied with all concerned and the forthcoming repress will contain the correct artist credit."


May 17, 2020
still one of my favs but does anybody know more about that rhythm maker *rosmarin* plagiarism issue?!?! would be insteresting


August 22, 2016

to rate this one so bad is just nonsens friends!


November 25, 2014
I hate to say this considering I've been such a huge supporter of Baby Ford's for over 20 years, and consider him to be the godfather of modern minimal techno, but his music recently has been a bit tired and uninspired. Maybe it's because his output is so few and far between these days that I expect his releases to blow me away, but his tracks now are just bare DJ tools that make the most minimalist of techno tracks sound dynamic in comparison. Each one of his tracks and remixes follow the same formula now: always around 9 minutes, never change, super minimal with no hint of melody, then end abruptly. With age I would hope his music would mature, but it seems to just get more removed, and dare I say it, boring. This "Mystery Falls" record is getting filed away after one play, and probably won't be on my turntable again. The A-side is clearly a track that was released back in 2003 by another artist which adds frustration to the mix here. I used to be incredibly excited at the thought of a new Baby Ford release -- now his records blend in to the pack.


November 19, 2014
A1 is Rhythm Maker - "Rosmarin" release in Futuristic Experiments #006 (Background Germany) 2003... Plagiarism?