Mad Men Is Back And Bearing Fervor Vintage Gems
Tune in this Sunday April 22nd to hear Arizona’s own Connie Conway on Mad Men
AMC’s sleeper hit period-drama Mad Men has finally returned after an 18-month hiatus. Fans have been clamoring for the next installment of the saga of Don Draper and his Madison Avenue colleagues.
Season 5 of the shockingly realistic series premiered in late March with a double-episode, and now several shows in, promises to be slightly less melancholy than the last one.
Adding to the texture of the retro set is a powerful soundtrack of yesteryear; always historically accurate. Selections from Fervor Records’ Vintage Masters collections have made more than one appearance in Mad Men over the years and will pick up where they left off with next week’s edition, “Far Away Places” (airs April 22, 2012).
Mad Men episode 506 (which takes place in 1966) will feature an intimate and nostalgic 1954 track by Connie Conway, a prolific songwriter and performer from Arizona who’s sound was often compared to that of Dean Martin and his contemporaries.
The silky and romantic song “I Should Not Be Seeing You” features an understated accordion arrangement with minimal strings and jazz guitar. It is slated for inclusion on the upcoming digital re-release, Connie Conway Retrospective from Fervor Records (scheduled for late 2012).
Visit the Fervor Records YouTube channel to get a sneak peek and hear the song in its entirety.