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The Love Unlimited Orchestra
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Musicians
    (1973-1983)
    Born in Los Angeles, California
    40-piece orchestra
    Conducted by John Roberts
    Assembled by Barry White to back himself and Love Unlimited
    Recorded the albums ‘Rhapsody in White’ (1974), ‘White Gold’ (1974), ‘Music Maestro Please’ (1975), ‘My Sweet Summer Suite’ (1976) and ‘My Musical Bouquet’ (1978)
    Recorded the singles ‘Love’s Theme’ (1973), ‘Rhapsody in White’ (1974), ‘Satin Soul’ (1975), ‘Forever in Love’ (1975), and ‘My Sweet Summer Suite’ (1976)
    Frequently White rather than the group would be pictured on their album covers and single sleeves.
    Their biggest hit, ‘Love’s Theme,’ originated as an overture on a Love Unlimited album.
    They recorded the theme song for Dino de Laurentiis’ lousy remake of King Kong.
    ‘Love’s Theme’ hit #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary charts and Top 10 on the R&B chart.
    ’Love’s Theme’ was used as the theme music for ABC Sports’ coverage of golf for years.
    Members who went on to successful solo careers include guitarists Ray Parker, Jr., and Lee Ritenour, and saxophonist Kenny G.

Credit: C. Fishel


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