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Rhapsody In White


Download links and information about Rhapsody In White by Love Unlimited Orchestra. This album was released in 1974 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Disco, Pop, Smooth Jazz genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 38:50 minutes.

Artist: Love Unlimited Orchestra
Release date: 1974
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Disco, Pop, Smooth Jazz
Tracks: 8
Duration: 38:50
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No. Title Length
1. Barry's Theme 4:35
2. Rhapsody In White (featuring Barry White) 4:01
3. Midnight and You 5:15
4. I Feel Love Coming On (featuring Barry White) 6:28
5. Baby Blues 5:41
6. Don't Take It Away from Me (featuring Barry White) 4:37
7. What a Groove (featuring Barry White) 4:07
8. Love's Theme 4:06



The press may have dubbed Barry White "the walrus of love," but he was certainly the guru of something for many star crossed lovers across his Love Unlimited Orchestra output. While White rocketed up the charts with his solo "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit More" in 1973, it was that same year's smash single "Love's Theme" that shot Love Unlimited Orchestra right up alongside him. Mostly instrumental, all orchestral, and packed with "that" tchka tchka guitar and full-fledged disco sound well before the genre reached maturity, Rhapsody in White set the stage and showcased the sounds that would shortly inspire a generation of producers, arrangers, and performers to start a million mirror balls spinning the world over. This album, in all its admitted smarminess, is a triumph. From the opening bars of "Barry's Theme," Rhapsody in White unleashes a groove which really keeps it all mellow. And even though we have to listen through three tracks to first hear White's trademarked vocal come-on on "Midnight and You" it's well worth the wait. He gets a little more vocal on side two, across "Don't Take It All Away" and again at the beginning of "Baby Blues," which has shag rug in front of a fireplace written all over its arrangement. But the masterful finale, of course, is "Love's Theme." The song's lush strings and smooth wah-wah guitars not only typified a genre, they also became an aural catchphrase for an entire generation of clubbers. And because this is, underneath it all, a Barry White album, the teaser for the nightcap is delicious.