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Geoff Love (4 September 1917 – 8 July 1991) was a British easy-listening, and disco orchestra leader. He was born in the industrial town of Todmorden in West Yorkshire. His father was a mixed race American-born guitarist and dancer, and his mother an actress. As a child, Love began to learn to play the violin but then switched to the trombone. He played with Jan Ralfini's band and then embarked on a solo career before military service during World War II in the King's Royal Rifles. After the war he played with Harry Gold. Love also recorded under the name 'Manuel & The Music of The Mountains', in which guise he released several works on EMI's Studio 2 Stereo record label including a single entitled "Rodrigo's Guitar Concerto De Aranjuez (Theme from 2nd Movement)", an interpretation of the "Concierto de Aranjuez".

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