Rhapsody in White

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Rhapsody in White
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Studio album by The Love Unlimited Orchestra
Released January 1974
Recorded 1973
Genre R&B, Disco
Length 38:37
Label 20th Century Records
Producer Barry White
The Love Unlimited Orchestra chronology
Rhapsody in White
(1974)
Together Brothers
(1974)
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Rhapsody in White is the 1974 debut album of American soul group The Love Unlimited Orchestra. It was a huge success for the group, who backed for and was led by Barry White for many singles such as "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Baby". Also on the album is the 1973 "Love's Theme" single, their signature song, reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Track listing[edit]

All songs on the album were written by Barry White, with the exception of 4 by Barry White and Paul Politi; 5 by Barry White & Tony Sepe; "Midnight and You" by Billy Page and Gene Page.

  1. "Barry's Theme" (Barry White)
  2. "Rhapsody in White" (Barry White)
  3. "Midnight and You" (Billy Page and Gene Page)
  4. "I Feel Love Coming On" (Barry White and Paul Politi)
  5. "Baby Blues" (Barry White and Tony Sepe)
  6. "Don't Take It Away from Me" (Barry White)
  7. "What a Groove" (Barry White)
  8. "Love's Theme" (Barry White)

℗ 1973, 1974 20th Century Records. © 1974 20th Century Records.