ABC sci-fi mystery “Emergence” has turned to Fervor Records for the authentic sounds of the 1970s. Heard in Episode 109: “Where You Belong” is the 1979 Fervor classic “Presence Of A Man” by White Heat. Don’t miss “Emergence” December 10th, and experience White Heat on their Fervor Records release “Presence Of A Man” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
ABC sitcom “mixed-ish” has returned to Fervor Records for another slice of the 1980s. Heard in Episode 110: “Do They Know It’s Christmas” is Len Boone’s 1982 Pop/R&B jam “Do Whatcha Feel.” Don’t miss “mixed-ish” December 10th, and experience more 80s goodness from Len Boone on his Fervor Records release aptly titled “Do Whatcha Feel” available across Apple, Spotify, YouTube and beyond!
Two brilliant recordings from the 1940s are featured in Episode 108 of the Hulu drama “Reprisal.” Appearing are Peter Sivo Band’s 1948 gem “I Don’t Want Your Kind Of Love,” and the 1944 Morrison Records 78 “Orinoco” by The Morrie Morrison Orchestra. Both songs are from Fervor Records’ extensive catalog of authentic period recordings. Binge watch “Reprisal” on Hulu and experience both the Peter Sivo Band and The Morrie Morrison Orchestra on Fervor Records across Amazon, Spotify, YouTube and beyond!
Hulu drops all episodes of their new drama “Reprisal” on December 6th. Heard in Episode 107 is Elgie Brown’s 1959 Blues recording “Gimmie Gimmie.” The song is part of the historic archives of Ram Records. Fervor Records is honored to perpetuate the legacy of the incredible music from the revered Shreveport, Louisiana label. Now get to binge-watching!
WGN America crime drama/comedy “Carter” has turned to Fervor Records for the sound of the 1970s. Heard in Episode 208: “Harley Gets To Be Best Man” is Canadian R&B vocalist Lee Hurst with his 1973 A&M Records single “Whole Lotta Your Love,” and from 1978 is South Florida Rock sensation Slyder with “Bad Times.” Don’t miss “Carter” December 6th, and experience Lee Hurst on “Deep Cuts: 1970s Soul,” and Slyder on “The Best Of Slyder.” Enjoy both Fervor Records releases streaming now across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
The new Hulu drama “Reprisal” debuts December 6th. Heard in Episode 102 is “I’m Concerned” by the Pistoleros. The Tempe, AZ band was recently inducted into the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame commemorating the band’s long career and as heavy influencers of the “Mill Avenue Sound.” Start streaming “Reprisal” December 6th, and experience the Pistoleros on their Fervor Records release “Shine” available across Apple, Spotify, YouTube and beyond!
Season 1 of the CBS sitcom “The Unicorn” will feature the 1981 Helva Records single “Make Me Over” by The Escorts. The song was written and produced by the great Herschel Dwellingham and appears in Episode 109. Fervor Records is proud to perpetuate much of Mr. Dwellingham’s work dating back to the 1960s. Don’t miss “The Unicorn” December 5th, and experience The Escorts’ R&B party anthem “Make Me Over” on Spotify!