Amazon Prime’s psychological thriller “Homecoming” will feature music from Alt-Country great Buck Storm. Heard in Episode 205 is “Space Age Lodge” from Buck’s 1998 album “Goodbye From Venus.” Binge watch “Homecoming” on Amazon and experience the official digital reissue of “Goodbye From Venus” on Fervor Records across Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify & beyond!
Season 2 of the psychological thriller “Homecoming” premieres May 22nd on Amazon Prime! Heard in Episode 203 is 1966 classic “I Love You So Much Julianne” by Chuck Dawson. Binge watch “Homecoming” on Amazon, and enjoy Mr. Dawson’s 1966 classic on the Fervor Records release “1960’s Soul: New York To Shreveport” available across Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify & beyond!
FX horror mockumentary “What We Do In The Shadows” has turned to Fervor Records for another authentic period classic. Heard in Episode 206: “On the Run” is Primas Stefan & His Royal Tziganes’ version of Vittorio Monti’s 1904 composition “Czardas.” The song was originally released in 1969 on the group’s LP “Gypsy Caravan.” Fervor Records is proud to represent many of the works of Canadian violin virtuoso Steven Staryk aka Primas Stefan. Catch “What We Do In The Shadows” Wednesdays on FX!
Heard in Episode 718 of the NBC hit The Blacklist is the 1975 Soft Rock gem “Foolin’ Myself” by Steve Knox. Experience the incredible Steve Knox on his Fervor Records release “Fire Against The Wind” available across Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify & beyond!
Heard in Episode 107 of the new Comedy Central series “Robbie” is The Triplett Twins’ 1970 single “Pretty Please.” Experience The Triplett Twins on their self titled Fervor Records release available across Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify & beyond!
Netflix premiered the romantic rodeo drama “Roped” on May 2nd. Heard in the film is the 1971 Country duet “Hangin’ On” by The Cantrells. Stream “Roped” on Netflix, and look for The Cantrells on the upcoming Fervor Records release “1970s Cult Hits: Country Vol. 2!”
Heard in Episode 104 of “Robbie” on Comedy Central is “X Marks The Spot” by Tommy Strange and The Features. The song originally appeared on Tommy’s 1967 Ramco Records LP “One More Time.” Be on the lookout for the reissue on Fervor Records!