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  1. Assembled Multitude – Twenty four hours from Tulsa. Over deze studioformatie is al het nodige terug te vinden in de zeezenderdiscografie. Er kan worden vermeld dat de instrumentale versie van ‘Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa’ door Ferry Maat werd gebruikt als eindtune van een aflevering van Hou Maat met Ferry Maat in 1972 op Radio Noordzee. Het nummer werd in 1963 geschreven door Burt Bacharach en Hal David en werd vocaal hits in de uitvoeringen van Gene Pitney en Dusty Springfield. Assembled Multitude - Twenty four hours from Tulsa. About this studio formation many things can be found in the discography. It can be mentioned that the instrumental version of 'Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa' was used by Ferry Maat as the end tune of an episode of Hou Maat with Ferry Maat in 1972 on Radio Noordzee. The song was written in 1963 by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and became a vocal hit in the performances of Gene Pitney and Dusty Springfield. https://filesender.surf.nl/?s=download&token=0f8811ad-708e-4c75-a7cc-da51e456630f
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