Netflix is set to launch their new original comedy “Girlboss,” a series is based on Sophia Amoruso’s autobiography. Appearing twice in Episode 107, including the end credits, is a vintage rarity from the archives of Fervor Records. “Mystical Magical Musical Madness” is a song from the 1967 musical “Pandora.” Pandora was composed by the late Carl “The Singing Sicilian” Coccomo, and Dave Fleischer (the creator of Popeye and Betty Boop). Carl and Dave’s show never made it to Broadway but its legacy lives on at Fervor Records. Start binge watching “Girlboss” April 21st, 2017, and be on the lookout for the original 1967 recording of “Pandora” coming soon from Fervor Records.
Rapper, former chef, and Hip Hop’s greatest bon vivant Action Bronson continues in his Viceland hit “F*ck, That’s Delicious.” Heard in the Episode “4/20 Special” are two songs from Fervor Records’ stash of period classics. 1969’s “Loaded To The Gills” by Michael Liggins and The Super Souls, and from 1984, “Diamonds And Emeralds” by The Interior Castle. Obviously “4/20 Special” airs on 4/20/17, and be sure to enjoy “Loaded To The Gills” on the Fervor Records release “Cult Hits: Psychedelic” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
A trio of period gems from Fervor Records have landed in the new independent film “Flower.” The feature will premiere at NYC’s 2017 Tribeca Film Festival on April 20th. Songs include 1979’s “Daydream” by Bob McGilpin, and “Lookin’ To Fall In Love” by Bill Burgess, and from 1984 “Since I Met You” by Infatuation. Be on the lookout for “Flower,” and click the song titles to enjoy the music on Spotify!Read More
Indie film “My Friend Dahmer” is slated to open April 21st at the prestigous Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Based on the novel of the same name, the film takes a look at infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s high school years in the mid-to-late ’70s. To help achieve the total 70s vibe, the film reached out to Fervor Records for a vast selection of authentic recordings from the era. Heard in “My Friend Dahmer” is 1972’s “It’s Not Too Late” by Christopher Blue, 1974’s “There’s No Doubt” by Bridge, 1975’s “Deal For Yourself” by Faustus, from 1976 “You’ve Got Me” by Zeus, and “Another Lonely Night” by Len Boone, 1977’s “Angel Of The Wilderness” by Craig Marsden, and from 1978 “Falling Out Of Love With Love” by Jay Ramsey and “Goodbye To You” by Slyder. Be on the lookout for “My Friend Dahmer” and click the song titles to enjoy the music!Read More