Chris Culleton, 79, says he was a ladies man all his life and has coiled up to 2084 pairs - same sex at a club level.
Chris says his work as a music promoter, the Warrington bands in Cheshire was the perfect place to bring women work.
The playboy who lives in Longford, Cheshire, earned his nickname "Longford Lover" by a local police officer who used to see him with different girls.
He even turned a job to the bass Rolling Stones when they played in 1963 Parr Hall.
He said, "I had that reputation - it was not all that haunted me.
"He had that reputation as a bit of a ladies man, because I had seen arriving late at home in the evening return, left then drop a girl.
"When I worked at Marks and Spencer, I met this practices director, a Swedish girl. I was the goalkeeper then and everyone was jealous when he left me.
"He left the hotel and there were two policemen and she said," Oh, look, it's Longford's lover. "
Chris worked as a butcher and converted the cooperative before Kapellmeister in Warrington.
He said he kept a secret code in his diaries to keep track of how many girls he had slept through.
He had a set of keys for Lion Hotel where he was left, as he had friends to spend the night.
And Chris showed sensational that even with his son's mother had sex in a club scene.
Chris said, "I have this girl had seen through the door of Parr Hall with a man walking, and I was 'wow!'
"She came and sat down beside me. And because I smoked Benson and Hedges, I thought it was good.
"About a week later came the Carlton Club, where I collected a pair of glasses and they came by just hugged me and kissed me.
He added, "One night we made love on the stage of the Carlton Club, these two cards published a Barry White album on one platform and another was to let it stay Marvin Gaye and she said that's where my son was conceived."
But the two grandfather now spends his fishing days and proud SHAG club president, Stockton Heath Fishing Group.
He says he has given up commitments at the age of 77, because "women are too much trouble."