Another One-Off Party

by tim on September 7, 2011

Another One?!

They say never return to a lit firework.

Frankly, discoballs to that! The last Idjut Boys party was such a flaming cracker of a doo, we are just going to have to doo it…


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Soul Seven Heaven

by dom on June 12, 2011

Love the opportunity to have good old dig in the crates.

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Jack had a Groove

by max on June 10, 2011

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Rahaan – Backyard Boogie exclusive

by tim on May 17, 2011


It’s been a long-time, so welcome aboard backyard boogie as Rahaan brings the heat to the Love Unlimited HQ. [click to continue…]


Dancing is like making love

by tim on May 17, 2011

They came.

They saw.

They conquered.

We are, of course, talking about the Idjut Boys and the truly memorable party at the Brit Club in March [click to continue…]

DiY Digs & Whoosh – Power FM

by tim on May 16, 2011

Here’s another exclusive DiY recording for you – courtesy of Max who was sitting next to a radio/tape recorder, listening to Power FM on 21st July 1994. [click to continue…]

The Idjuts Party – update

by tim on February 25, 2011


Well may you ask.

Hi everyone,

As the day of The Party draws palpably close, so the final party-preparations are be

ing made. The sound-system is being gently awoken from it’s slumber; The Idjut Boy’s rider has been flown in; Mondays are being booked off; coat-hangers are being untangled. And we are all getting VERY excited.

(Not so much about the coat-hangers though it has to be said…)

In other news…


After a delightful chat with the Chief Inspector of Nottinghamshire Police, we are pleased to announce that the 5am booze licence has been given the official go-ahead – thanks in part to a shared love and respect for the late Mr Barry White and his Love Unlimited Orchestra oddly enough!

This means that if you really want to buy a round of Cinzano and lemonades at 4:47am on the Sunday morning, you are free to do so.

There is, however, a condition; at kicking-out time all revellers must be quieter than mute librarians walking on cotton as they exit the venue (something about people trying to sleep…).

We heartily reassured the Chief Inspector that all our party guests will be considerate, well-behaved and probably just a bit tired really.  And largely made up of librarians.


In the run-up to The Party we’ve been staying in close touch with the Idjut Boys who, it seems, are just as excited about their up-coming performance in Nottingham as WE all are!

175876_189253884439791_152978368067343_536289_7747743_oSince playing a storm out in Japan on New Year’s Eve they’ve been holed up in their studio working on their next album (sneak previews of which are getting serious double-thumbs-up from the crew) and it seems cabin fever has begun to creep in.

Yes, the Idjuts are positively ITCHING to get out and do what they do best; make a party dance it’s ARSE off!


idjut boysThe fact that they are so very good at making the party go OFF! is precisely why we are so excited about them hosting ours.   We’re excited.  You’re excited.  It’s going to be AMAZING!

If you haven’t seen these guys in action already, we really cannot urge you

enough NOT to miss out on what will undoubtedly be an absolute CORKER of a do!  Expect plenty of special dancefloor moments for every ear and more than a few sonic surprises too…


And folks – please don’t forget this is an ONLINE TICKET affair (£12 including booking fee).  Don’t delay and get yours safely sorted ASAP.  This will allow you to concentrate more fully on the serious matter of getting into the party mood.

To purchase tickets click here:

We want to show these guys that Nottingham’s party spirit is alive and kicking.  So let’s get ready to give them a hearty party welcome and make March 5th a truly unforgettable night..

See you at the pre-party! (location map)

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Soul for Connoisseurs

by tim on November 3, 2010

Here’s a mix completely inspired by Terry Jones’ and Andy Davies’ saturday afternoon sessions in the connoisseurs corner at Southport.

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Feelin Vibes

by tim on October 16, 2010

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Simply Just A Ventage

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Vintage House Music

by max on October 2, 2010

Some vintage house music by max

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TSOP Soul & Disco Selections

by max on September 27, 2010

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Happy Days Original Disco & Funk

by dom on September 13, 2010

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Terry Farley & Dave Jarvis dig-deep and drop knowledge to deliver the disco-funk goodness on this new compilation CD – Happy Days Original Disco & Funk Joints Remastered. [click to continue…]

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House mix by Tim

by tim on August 14, 2010

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Daddio – ‘It’s the One’ mix

by tim on July 27, 2010

Daddio is a Nottingham based local hero of a DJ that has been s

pinning records for over 25 years and collecting them for even longer. A self confessed vinyl addict and quite happy with it – he doesn’t go in for self promotion so we approached him for a mix.

His first love was Northern Soul but it wasn’t long before funk and disco took a hold which developed in to Jazz Funk and then Jazz in its many forms.

Currently he spins at ‘Out to Lunch’ at various venues in Nottingham – Out to Lunch is a pure Jazz Dance session attracting dancers from all over the country and has recently celebrated it’s ten year birthday. Apart from that you might also catch a Daddio appearance at Basement Boogaloo, Soul Buggin, Do it Fluid and Hemulen Sound System.

Daddio was lucky enough to have a residency at the legendary Bomb before it closed its doors. The mix that he has put together for us is typical of one of his live sets, and it includes an amazing steel band version of The Love Unlimited Orchestra’s Love’s Theme. Enjoy!


Cosmic Boogie – Love Unlimited

by dom on July 12, 2010

Cosmic Boogie mix

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Deco Lounge Disco at East Village

by dom on July 12, 2010

Have records will travel. 60 minute mix recorded 20th March 2010 at East Village, London.

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Sunny Soul tape by Max

by max on July 11, 2010

More soul 7′s from max

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Leonard Part Sixx aka Underdog

by dom on May 4, 2010

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Chances are if you buy re-edits on vinyl, then somewhere in your collection will be a re-work on a 12″ by Leonard Part Sixx, aka Underdog.

Another Chicago exclusive for the Love Unlimited, this mix delivers 80

minutes of super sweet selections and mixing of disco, both old & new, some you will recognise, some you won’t and expect a few to make it on to the “wants-lists”.

Born & raised in Chicago, Leonard was collecting records at the age of 12 and by the time he was 15, he’d started DJ’ing. His re-edits aim to re-connect the listeners & dancers to what they loved about the original track in the first place adding his own personal twist for the dancers and the dancefloor.

For an in-depth bio on Leonard Part Sixx, check out the DJ List or his own myspace page.

With his regular night with Ron Trent at Shrine, a Underdog Mix CD in the works, the next installment of the Underdog Edits box set coming soon and production/remix duties for BSTC , the Black Stone Theatre Collective, despite his moniker of Underdog, Leonard Part Sixx continues to be a rising start of deep house & disco.


Motown Soul & Disco Selections III

by dom on April 4, 2010

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Mo’ Motown selections on this third part featuring a selection of heavy 12″ with og versions, remixes, re-edits, covers and other vinyl rarities. [click to continue…]


Rhythm & Blues Flavours

by max on April 2, 2010

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Soul and Disco tape by Max

by max on March 28, 2010

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Love Unlimited at East Village EC2A

by dom on March 10, 2010

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Stuart Patterson welcomes the Love Unlimited Sound System to East Village on Saturday 20th March 2010. We will be playing all-night alongside Stu in the Deco Lounge & will be diging deep in the disco crates as we head to London town.

UndergroundHouseMusicMovement host the basement with Moody Manc & a live set from Saytek – so with quality tunes old & new, across both floors it should be a top session and we hope some London heads can make it down on the night.

“Don’t Let Go” by Tony Orlando is another great example of a non-disco artist delivering the disco real-deal. Tony Orlando (& Dawn) are best know for the worldwide smash hit of Tie a Yellow Ribbon, a song thats meaning became widely known in civilian life in the 1970s as a

reminder of an absent loved one, either in the military or in jail & as a symbol is still used.

Released on Elektra in 1978, its a real slow burner and folks are often surprised when it clicks just who the track is by and when you look & listen to Tony’s back catalogue you know this is his disco moment.

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Mavis ft. Candi Staton "Revolution"

by tim on February 25, 2010

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Its been awhile since we had some new and original Candi Staton material on the dancefloor! [click to continue…]


A Fistful of Pasta mix

by tim on February 19, 2010

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so here’s a spaghetti western mix, with loud gunfire (!) and wild west disco (?) with tracks from Ennio Morricone, The Stallions, Arthur Baker, KZA, Phoreski, COMBI, Hot Toddy and many more.

And if you haven’t seen My Name Is Nobody – very highly recommended spaghetti western where the music score makes half of the film. Henry Fonda’s final outing, as the legendary gunfighter Jack Beauregard he faces ’150 pure bred sons of bitches on horseback’ alone. You’ve got Sergio Leone supporting Tonino Vale in creating some amazing sequences and Morricone spoofing himself with a completely over the top soundtrack, that he composed and directed. Terence Hill supporting actor, is a legend.

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Cosmodelica round-up

by tim on February 12, 2010

There’s so much good stuff happening with Cosmo at the moment that we

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RBMA hits London

by tim on February 6, 2010

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Rhythm Heritage – Baretta's Theme

by tim on January 27, 2010

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Rhythm Heritage was never a band in the true sense of the word, it was a group of Los Angeles studio musicians thrown together by producers Micharl Omartian and Steve Barri. They were best known for disco funk versions of themes from movies and television cop shows.

The first LP Disco-fied (1976) contains its biggest hit “Theme from SWAT” as well as this slick remake of “Baretta’s Theme (Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow)” which was the second single. Sammy Davis Jr and Merry Claytone also did versions.

What’s the relevance of the ‘keep your eye on the sparrow’ in

the title of the song? From the dictionary of catch phrases – something to do with being aware of the evil things, life and men do. An allusion to bird droppings at awkward moments.

Here’s the radio edit taken from the 7″, but for a longer version seek out the album from Discogs, or you can also purchase it digitally on iTunes.


Guardian Angel – Jim Screechie

by max on January 23, 2010

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All About The Papers (afrodesia edit)

by dom on January 10, 2010

It’s been a while since we had a Sunday disco sermon & are absolutely delighted to kick things off with an exclusive re-rub straight out the Windy City from our disco-boogie-house loving brother buy propecia online” target=”_blank”>afrodesia.

“All About the Papers” by the Dells contains both a message & serious groove. A long-time favourite here at Love Unlimited HQ, on this remix afrodesia has stretched that disco groove & break with just a smidge of the Dells vocal talents.

One for the spotters the Dells on an 20th Century is well worth tracking-down on a

12″, as is Lolletta Holloway’ version & if you’re a house-head you probably recognise the disco break from “The Voice” by ATFC. All are heavy tunes.

Mad Love & props to afrodesia for the contribution, make sure you check out his site direct for other mixes & edits & keep checking back here as we are hoping to have some more exclusive Chi-Town crackers in the not too distant & plenty of other musical goodness in 2010.

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E-Culture – Tribal Confusion

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Blank Tapes NYC bonus mix

by tim on January 5, 2010

Bill Brewster provides us with a mix to celebrate the first ever album retrospective of one of New York’s most revered of all producers, Bob Blank. [click to continue…]


Smokescreen live at NasH

by tim on November 17, 2009


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The Rimshots – Blow Your Whistle

by max on November 13, 2009


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Hot Toddy mix

by tim on November 10, 2009

here is a new mix handed to us by Chris Todd aka ‘Hot Toddy’ of Crazy P.


Luke Unabomber live at NasH party

by tim on October 26, 2009


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