A Touch Of Velvet - A Sting Of Brass 7"

The Mood-Mosaic

€ 18,00
  • 1. A Touch Of Velvet - A Sting Of Brass
  • 2. Bond Street P.M.

Great instrumentals from the '60s produced and arranged by Mark Wirtz. The 1966 single 'A Touch of Velvet - A Sting of Brass' credited to The Mood-Mosaic featuring the Ladybirds, became well-known in Germany as the theme tune for the Radio Bremen television show Musikladen, and was used by some radio stations and DJs in the United Kingdom as an ident, notably Dave Lee Travis on Radio Caroline.

Mark Philipp Wirtz (3 September 1943 – 7 August 2020) was a French pop music record producer, composer, singer, musician, author, and comedian. Wirtz is best known for the never-completed A Teenage Opera concept album, a project he devised while working under contract to EMI at Abbey Road Studios with Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick.

The B-Side holds the great beat-track called 'Bond Street', which is great dancefloor material.

This German pressing from 1970 comes with picture cover and is in excellent condition.

  • Condition: VG+ (vinyl) / VG+ (Cover)
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