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Furman University Marching Band
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Furman University Marching Band. United Sound (3). USR 7344. The Furman University Marching Band. 1982-83 ‎(LP, Album, Ltd). USC Sound Enterprises.

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Live Halftime Show - Sept. 21, 1974
A1a Fanfare : Wabash Cannonball
Arranged By – J.A. Bocook*
A1b How the West Was Won
Arranged By – J.A. Bocook*
A1c Drum Solo - Country Medley
Arranged By – Carroll
A1d Tumbling Tumbleweeds
Arranged By – Kelly Love
A1e Drum Solo - Steel Guitar Rag
Arranged By – Carroll
A1f Chattanooga Choo Choo
Arranged By – R.R. CotterTrombone [Solo] – Gary Buchholtz
A1g Shenandoah
Arranged By – J.A. Bocook*
Post-Game Show
A2 Patton
Arranged By – R.R. Cotter and J.A. Bocook
A3 Hang 'Em High
Arranged By – J.A. Bocook*
A4 Furman Cheers & Fight Song
B1 XX Olympiad Fanfare
Arranged By – R. Mays
B2 Go Down Gamblin'
Arranged By – Hawkins
B3 Saints In Concert
Arranged By – Bill Moffit
B4 MacArthur Park
Arranged By – Hawkins
B5 Bill Bailey
Arranged By – Z. Van Auken
B6 What Kind Of Fool Am I
Arranged By – Crawford
B7 Thunder And Blazes
Arranged By – LauendeauComposed By – Julius Fučík
B8 Stars and Stripes Forever
Composed By – John Philip Sousa
B9 Auld Lang Syne
Arranged By – R.R. Cotter
B10 Alma Mater
Written By – Poteat and Ellis


  • Music Director – Dan A. Ellis
  • Music Director [On-Field] – J. A .Bocook* (tracks: A1-4)


Side 1 is a live recording of a Halftime and Post-Game shows of the F.U. Marching Band from September 21, 1974.
Side 2 is a studio recording of several selections from the 1974-75 repertoire.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: Side 1: USR 7344-1
  • Label Code: Side 2: USR 7344-2