On WSSU's diverse campus are the men and women of the RAMs Marching Band - a passionate group of elite talent Whether you see us at a live concert or hear us during a half-time show, the experience will move you. The stage is set for the performance of your lifetime.
WSSU is a historically Black constituent university of the University of North Carolina.
Back of jacket: Eugene Bess appears through the courtesy of Shepherd Enterprises Ltd. Total Sound-W. a non-profit project of the Winston-Salem State University Bands.
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WSSU was founded in 1892 and is located in Winston-Salem, NC. The campus provides an urban setting and is spread out over 98 acres. Historically a black university constituent of the University of North Carolina, it now provides baccalaureate and graduate programs to their diverse student population. From 2001 to 2009 the . News and World Report ranked WSSU among the Top Public Comprehensive Colleges in the South under the Bachelor’s Category.
Housed in a one-room frame structure, the school had 25 pupils and 1 teacher. By the early 2000s WSSU enrolled more than 2,900 students from all over the United States and many foreign countries. Majors are offered in traditional fields such as English and business and in newer fields such as commercial music and sports management. Graduate programs are offered through an interinstitutional arrangement. The school's 94-acre campus is the home of a sculpture garden and the Diggs Art Gallery.
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Written-By – S. Nestica
|A2||Love Is Blue
Arranged By – J. Warrington
|A3||What The World Needs Now Is Love
Arranged By – J. Warrington Written-By – Bacharach*
|A4||Tribute To Basie
Written-By – Carroll De Camp*
Written-By – Neal Hefti
Arranged By – F. Metis*Written-By – B. Hebb*
Written-By – Tanner*, Shepherd*
Written-By – Cosby*, Wonder*, Noy*
Written By – LittleWritten-By – Funches*
Written By – RyderWritten-By – Tanner*
- Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
- Published By – Kendor Music Inc.
- Published By – Croma Music, Inc.
- Published By – Kendor Music Inc.
- Published By – Neal Hefti Music Inc.
- Published By – Portable Music
- Administrator [Secretary To The Director] – Marcella Cook
- Alto Saxophone – Eugene Timmons, James Funches
- Baritone Saxophone – Aulander Sessions
- Bass – Hobert Sharpe
- Cover, Design – James Funches
- Directed By [Asst. Director], Arranged By [Chief Arranger] – Mr. Fred D. Tanner*
- Directed By [Director] – Mr. Robert E. Shepherd*
- Drums – Donnie Propst, Erwin Stowe
- Engineer – Walt Copeland
- Organ – Eugene Bess
- Performer – The Swingin' Rams
- Photography By – James Fields
- Piano – Barbara Nichols
- Tenor Saxophone – Galvin Crisp, Nat Dixon
- Trombone – Delynn Williams, Marion Hayes, Ronald Evans, Zebedee Taylor
- Trumpet – Deborah Robinson, Emory Jones, Gloria Boston, John Thomas
NotesBack of jacket:
Eugene Bess appears through the courtesy of Shepherd Enterprises Ltd.
Total Sound-W.S.S.U. a non-profit project of the Winston-Salem State University Bands.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): CCSS-1071
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): CCSS-1072
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etching): CCSS-1071 215 F/W
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etching): CCSS-1071 210 F/W
- Rights Society: BMI
Performer: Winston-Salem State University Stage Band
Title: Total Sound—WSSU
Date of release: 1969
Style: Soul, Funk, Easy Listening
Size MP3: 1151 mb
Size FLAC: 1708 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Other Formats: AHX AUD AA AU XM TTA ASF