Richard Kind stars in the film festival favorite “Auggie.” The feature has screened at the Beverly Hills, Cinequest, Greenwich International, and Newport Beach Film Festivals. Heard in the feature are 3 classics from the Fervor vaults including: the 1962 Ramco Records single “Just Pretending” by The Versatiles, the 1964 Zorro Records single “Foxy Roxy” by Calvin Harris, and the 1973 A&M Records single “Whole Lotta Your Love” by Lee Hurst. Be on the lookout for “Auggie” and experience the original Calvin Harris on the Fervor Records release “New York To Shreveport” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
The CBS All Access reboot of the classic series “The Twilight Zone” will feature more period recordings from the vaults of Fervor Records. Heard in Episode 110: “The Blue Scorpion” is 1967’s “Come On Home (I Need Your Love)” by The Oasis, 1969’s “Pound One Out” by Jim Vining, 1971’s “My Friend” by Emmett Finley, and 1971’s “Thoughts of You” by Jay Fortunato. Catch “The Twilight Zone” on CBS All Access May 23rd, and experience The Oasis on the Fervor Records release “1960’s Soul: New York To Shreveport” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Zoey Deutch and Johnny Depp star in “The Professor.” Fervor Records has supplied seven period recordings to the film that date from the early 1950s to the early 1970s. From 1952 and 1955 are Carl Coccomo’s “Parle d’Amore” and “A Veil of Tears,” from 1961 “Lovers Land” by Margaret Lewis With Grace Tennessee and “Angel Of Mine” by Nick Landers, from 1966 “I Love You So Much Julianne” by Chuck Dawson, from 1970 “Gotta Get Away” by Harry Krapsho, and from 1971 “Take Me For What I Am” by Henry Ford.” Fervor is proud to perpetuate the legacies of these fine artists and songwriters. Catch “The Professor” at a theater near you and experience Harry Krapsho on the Fervor Records release “Harry Krapsho Has Got That Feeling” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Jessica Alba stars in the new Spectrum Originals Network series “L.A.’s Finest.” Heard in episode 104 is the 1971 Chicago Soul anthem “Take Me For What I Am” by Henry Ford. Originally released on Starfall Records the song is now part of Fervor Records’ vast collection of original period recordings. Catch “L.A.’s Finest” on May 20th, and experience “Take Me For What I Am” on the Fervor Records release “Vintage Soul: 1967 – 1985” now across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Music from Fervor Records can be heard in the new CBS drama “The Red Line.” Peter Blair’s smoky Jazz masterpiece “Samantha” is featured in Episode 107: “I Must Tell You What We Have Inherited.” Don’t miss “The Red Line” May 19th, and experience saxophone great Peter Blair on his Fervor Records release “El Tigre de Nepal” now across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
The CW hit “Riverdale” will feature another vintage gem from the vaults of Fervor Records. Heard twice in Episode 322: “Chapter 57: Apocalypto” is the 1962 Ramco Records single “My Love” by Donnie Owens. Enjoy “Riverdale” May 15th, and be on the lookout for “My Love” on a Fervor Records re-issue available soon across Apple, Amazon, Deezer, Spotify and beyond!
Long running CBS mega-hit “NCIS” has turned to Fervor Records for the authentic sound of the 1970s. Heard in Episode 1623: “Lost Time” is Peter Sivo Band’s 1971 recording “Let The Devil Pour The Wine,” from 1974 “Get What You Need” by Target, and from 1976 “Highway Stranger” by Tom Martin. Don’t miss “NCIS” May 14th, and head to Spotify to experience the above listed songs on the following Fervor Records releases: Peter Sivo Band – Cult Hits: 1970’s Country, Tom Martin – Borrowed Time, and Target – Cult Hits: Psychedelic 2!