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Performer: The Love Unlimited Orchestra
Title: Rise
Country: US
Style:Funk, Disco
Released: 1983
Catalog number: FZ 38366
Label: Unlimited Gold
MP3 album szie: 2202 mb
FLAC album size: 1762 mb


1Anna Lisa
Written-By – A. McKay, B. White
2After Five
Written-By – A. Carter, B. White
3Do It To The Music . . . Please
Written-By – B. White, J. Perry, V. M. Cameron
4Goodbye Concerto
Written-By – A. Testa, T. DeVita, B. White
5Take A Good Look (And What Do You See?)
Written-By – B. White, C. Taylor, J. Lopez
6My Laboratory (Is Ready For You)
Written-By – B. White, J. Perry, V. M. Cameron
7In Brazil
Written-By – B. White, J. Perry


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VER 473619 2, 473619 2Love Unlimited Orchestra Rise ‎(CD, Album, RE)Versailles, Unlimited Gold RecordsVER 473619 2, 473619 2Netherlands1993
MECI-25061The Love Unlimited Orchestra Rise ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Pap)Unlimited GoldMECI-25061Japan1996
2000519The Love Unlimited Orchestra Rise ‎(CD, Album, RE)Indisc2000519Netherlands1993
CDSEWM 080The Love Unlimited Orchestra Rise ‎(CD, Album, RE)Unlimited GoldCDSEWM 080Germany1994
24326Love Unlimited Orchestra Rise ‎(Cass, Album)Epic24326BrazilUnknown


  • Arranged By [Strings]Gene Page
  • Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Arranged By, Recorded By, Engineer, Mixed By, Arranged By [Strings], Arranged By [Horns]Barry White
  • Concept By [Album]Barry White, Rod McGrew
  • Conductor, Orchestrated ByGeorge Bohanon
  • Design [Album], Photography By [Photo Composites]David Coleman
  • FeaturingThe Voices Of Love
  • Featuring, GuitarJimmie L. Cameron
  • Featuring, Programmed By [Computer & Synthesizer], Synthesizer [Leads], Keyboards, Producer [Associate], Arranged By, Recorded By, Engineer, Mixed ByJack Perry
  • Mastered ByChris Bellman
  • Other [Spiritual Advisor] – Mr. Larry Nunes
  • Photography By [Background]Image Bank West
  • ProducerBarry White


Recorded, engineered and mixed at R.I.S.E. Laboratories
Mastered at Allen Zentz Recording
℗ 1983 Unlimited Gold Records, Inc.
© 1983 CBS Inc.
Manufactured and distributed by CBS Records/CBS Inc.

"R.I.S.E. is Recording In Sound Excellence. Which is the catalyst for the new sounds of The Love Unlimited Orchestra with The Voices of Love. On this path, producer Barry White has ascended to yet another level in pursuit of sound excellence. With the creation of this current project, Hermes, The Love Unlimited Orchestra emerges on the horizon with an inspiring, innovative, and universal sound continuing in upward, progressive movement for a new time. It is our goal to touch you, heart and soul, with this spirit of resurrection. We invite you to RISE to the occasion. Our "Laboratory Is Ready For You" to "Take A Good Look" and "Do It To The Music...Please."
Rod McGrew
President, Unlimited Gold Records"

Promo copies have gold stamp on back cover


  • Barcode (Text): 0 7464-38366-1
  • Barcode (String): 07464383661
  • Barcode (Scanned): 074643836616
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Label): AL 38366
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Label): BL 38366
  • Rights Society: BMI ASCAP SIAE
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The Love Unlimited Orchestra was a 40-piece string-laden orchestra, formed by American singer-songwriter Barry White, that served as a backing unit for White and female vocal trio Love Unlimited. From the early 1970s on, they also recorded several singles and albums under their own name. Their biggest hit single was 1973's instrumental vinyl disc, Love's Theme. The track, written by Barry White, went to No. 1 for one week in the U. and No. 10 in the UK Singles Chart. The . awarded a gold. Love Unlimited Orchestra - Rise 1983. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Disco Soul Funk. Love Unlimited Orchestra. Songs in album Love Unlimited Orchestra - Rise 1983. Love Unlimited Orchestra - Take A Good Look And What You See . Love Unlimited Orchestra - My Laboratory Is Ready For You. Love Unlimited Orchestra - After Rive. Love Unlimited Orchestra - Do It To The Music, Please. Love Unlimited Orchestra - In Brazil. Love Unlimited Orchest. The Love Unlimited Orchestra: все альбомы, включая Elevator Orchestra Music , Romantic Country Music , Romantic Instrumental Study Music и другие. The Love Unlimited Orchestra 컬렉션을 완성하세요. 11 albums plus 2 compilations from the 'Unlimited Gold' catalogue' were officially licensed and reissued on compact disc during the mid-nineties by record label Meldac Corporation in Japan. Album 1982 7 Songs. 1983 Unlimited Gold Records, LLC. More By The Love Unlimited Orchestra. Together Brothers feat. Love Unlimited & the Love Unlimited Orchestra. Let 'Em Dance . Love - The Love Unlimited Orchestra, Billboard Top 100 Hits, Pop Tracks, The Love Unlimited Orchestra, Billboard Top 100 Hits, Pop Tracks. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Love Unlimited Orchestra. Album: Rise. Have This Want This. Album Info This Release. Visitor rating. Release date label labelcode medium genre submit corrections. The Love Unlimited Orchestra - Enter Love's Interlude 02:19, 320Kbs. The Love Unlimited Orchestra - Whisper Softly 07:36, 320Kbs. The Love Unlimited Orchestra - Love You, Ooh It's True I Do 04:00, 320Kbs. The Love Unlimited Orchestra - Hey Look At Me, I'm In Love Disco Version 07:21, 320Kbs. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album The 20th Century Records Albums 1973-1979 to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Released 1983. Rise Tracklist. Take A Good Look And What Do You See Lyrics. My Laboratory Is Ready For You Lyrics. Anna Lisa Lyrics
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Reviews: (3)
what can I say I give the sleeve 100 out of 100 it really is a super piece of work (think of Barry's naff artwork, I've go so much to give, Rhapsody In White, I forgot To Say I Love You (that sweat loaded hanky errr), Is The What You Want all quite K-Tel Hallmark Trojan Tighten Up fodder) The Rise Sleeve hits the spot! However>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
The content does not its vile rubbish throw away bedroom mixer stuff the big give away is the statement on the back "Thanks to The Casio Family" since when has a plastic electronic-chip keyboard have anything in common with a 4 string violin, viola, chello nothing esp in sound.
How Barry could let his "young adults" assume project management and produce this synth pap is beyond me. to me this marked the end of Unlimted Gold, "Change" sealed it>>>>>>>

Thank god after a break (through deep family sadness), a long revaluation Barry did come back and on the right night and with the right stuff. This album is only good enough for the sleeve, and it's true and its so sad.
What use has it reviewing a record you don't like? When you don't like Disco you'll probably don't like this record. I like Disco very much. Unlikely i'll review a Hard Rock record. It has no use whatsoever. When artists make a record it's an expression of their emotion. The artist says: This is what i am, what i like and i hope you like it too. When you buy it, you say yes, i like it and in your turn you support the artist. Back in the day i wasn't much of a Barry White fan because everyone liked him. Now my Sturm und Drang era is over. I went from thesis and antithesis to synthesis and can look at the man for what he really is. Not only his records but also Love Unlimited's and The Love Unlimited Orchestra's came from his mind and to produce so many very successful records is not an easy task. You might even call it a miracle. There is no such thing as a rare Barry White record, they all sold very well. This one might be the closest to it. This one is not easy to find. Here he's taking things a step further. Still very much his sound but more synthesizers come into play. You have to admire him, trying to keep up with the relentless pace of time. For me, he did once again an excellent job. All good to great songs. Did he get enough credit for his fabulous work? I don't know. His ending, as many endings, wasn't a nice one. He became very ill at an too early age. I remember watching TV. A big theater in Germany. He wasn't performing, he was already too ill to do so. There he was, nicely dressed, standing on stage. The elegant German crowd stood up from their seats, all of them, and gave him a standing ovation. Not a few seconds, nor a minute, it went on for ages. That's what the man deserved, because he's Barry White, The Man, The Maestro.
The sleeve design and artwork is excellent and faultless>>>>>>>
sadly the contents are NOT.

This is Barry's mega gaff album Rod McGrew is rather foolishly singing the praises of The Casio Keyboard and how he thinks it thinks it can create lush and vibrant STRINGS! The answer can be heard on the record it = NO (A Rolf Harris Stylophone has more guts as does the Frank Sidebottom recordings) This is not The Love Unlimited Orchestra nor is it a performance! It's a very very sad and pointless Parody

This project was an insult to past LUO albums and the session players that filled Whitney Studios and made a five letter word MUSIC!

It beggers belief that the album blurb would mention and thank the Casio family. Would the session string players like to have thanked Casio for their loss of work/jobs/income loyalty?

It was this along with Change and Dedicated that saw the death knell of Unlimited Gold, and it is worth noting that Barry carried on with the keyboard gaffing when he finally found a savour and home with A&M That first album The Right Night is laced with keyboarded strings. You do not bite the cat-gut that feeds is amazing that no-one told Barry no, and that CBS allowed him to peddle and produce this nonsense, they gave him too much reverence and no relevance. The Percy Faith Synths: Theme From A Summer Chip Programme"

Do not hope for a Musical Bouquet, Sweet Summer Suite or White Gold. music maestro please this is not, and, not a conductor's stand or batten in sight, just a 110 outlet for the Casio>>>>>Ready Sid 1, 2, 1,2,3,4, (wobble that tremolo wheel).