HBO, The Deuce, and Fervor Records

HBO, The Deuce, and Fervor Records

HBO, The Deuce, and Fervor Records   Two 1968 Soul classics, from the well curated cache of Fervor Records period recordings, will appear in HBO’s “The Deuce.” Both the Ramco Records release “My Girl’s A Soul Girl” by Lon Rogers with The Soul Blenders, and...
I’m Dying Up Here Blowin’ My Mind

I’m Dying Up Here Blowin’ My Mind

I’m Dying Up Here Blowin’ My Mind   Another episode of “I’m Dying Up Here” and more deep cuts from Fervor Records! This week, Episode 108: “The Unbelievable Power Of Believing,” features two songs from 1970 including “Feel Good” by Sandy Szigeti, and...

Gotta Get Away, Come And Find Me

  “Come And Find Me” is the feature debut of writer/director Zack Whedon, who is well known for his work on “Halt and Catch Fire” and “Southland.” Starring Aaron Paul and Annabelle Wallis, “Come And Find Me” hits theaters November 11th, 2016. Also in the film is the...

Vinyl Has Got That Feeling

Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese’s HBO period drama Vinyl brings the record biz of the 1970s back to life. And who do you turn to for authentic recordings from the era? Why Fervor Records of course! Appearing in episode 108 are two funky 1970 jams from Fervor’s stash...

The Good Wife Has Got That Feeling

Two Fervor Records’ vintage R&B classics are included in episode 144 of the CBS drama The Good Wife. 1970’s Got That Feeling by Harry Krapsho and 1959’s I Found Out by Dave Moore. Be on the lookout as both songs will be featured on upcoming Fervor Records releases...

NCIS Has Gotta Get Away

The mega popular long running drama NCIS will feature another vintage rarity from Fervor Records. Harry Krapsho’s 1970 Soul drenched ballad Gotta Get Away airs in episode 275, debuting 3.10.15.  Be on the lookout for Fervor’s Harry Krapsho retrospective...

Fervor Goes 30 For 30

ESPN combed the Fervor archives and turned up three vintage greats for their acclaimed documentary series 30 For 30. Enhancing the 30 For 30 vibe is the Al Casey Combo with their 1961 Lounge classic Cookin’. Also in the mix are two gems from 1968, Harry...

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