A Touch of Velvet, a Sting of Brass  

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"By 1965 Mark Wirtz had started his first independent production company, releasing records that have since become enduring classics, including Mood Mosaic's "A Touch of Velvet, a Sting of Brass", for EMI's Parlophone Records." --Sholem Stein

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"A Touch of Velvet, a Sting of Brass" (1965) is a musical composition by Mark Wirtz, published on EMI's Parlophone Records. Later on the melody became the theme tune for the German television programs, Beat-Club and Musikladen.




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