The Love Unlimited Orchestra  

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The Love Unlimited Orchestra, formed by American R&B/soul Barry White, was a 40-piece string-laden orchestra that served as a backing unit for White and female vocal trio Love Unlimited. From the mid 1970s on, they also recorded several albums under their own name.

Their biggest hit single was 1973's instrumental disc, "Love's Theme". The track, written by White, went to #1 for one week in the U.S. and #10 in the UK Singles Chart.



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