Preacher Has No More Games To Play

Preacher-AMCAMC’s new Sunday night hit “Preacher” continues with an insatiable appetite for Fervor Records’ stockpile of vintage classics. Featured in Episode 107: “He Gone,“ is Ernest Walker’s 1960 Ram Records release “Lovers Land,”  Donna Lee Stokes’ 1979 no nonsense Country ballad “No More Games To Play,” Susan Doll’s 1980 Comstock Records single “Be My Cowboy Tonight,” and Dick Flood’s “Run For Your Life” from 1962. Tune in Preacher on 07.17.16 to enjoy these gems from the Fervor archives.
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Red Johnson Outcast

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New Cinemax horror drama “Outcast” will feature a mid-century Country rarity from the Fervor archives. “Anything But Me” by Red Johnson was originally released on the Hep label in 1966. Much of Mr. Johnson’s work from the era now resides at Fervor Records. “Anything But Me” appears in Episode 107: “The Damage Done“ and airs 07.15.16. Check out Red Johnson on YouTube.

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70s Rockers City Kids Fire Away

Fire Away_CityKids_2016In the mid 1970s bassist Mike Kunes and keyboardist Mike Korte found their way to Phoenix, AZ by way of Texas and Los Angeles. Already seasoned live and studio players, the duo added drummer Keith Rosenbaum and guitarist Bruce Herring to form the hard rocking quartet City Kids. The band was quickly packing venues six nights a week and setting their sights on the recording studio. The boy’s solid musicianship also caught the eye of booking agents who sent them on tour with the likes of Iron Butterfly, Steppenwolf, Bloodrock, and as a backup band for Chuck Berry. Fervor Records has uncovered a handful of the band’s 1970s recordings and now offers up “City Kids – Fire Away.” You can experience this bad-ass foursome on AmazoniTunesSpotify and beyond!
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Aquarius Features More Vintage Fervor

aquarius-nbc-manson-series-duchovnyGWB promo 61960s crime drama Aquarius has reached out to Fervor Records for more authentic vintage classics. Episode 207: “Piggies” features 4 songs from the era including 1960’s “One Little Kiss Will Do It” by Bob Kelly, and three from 1967 including “Got To Give You Up” by Ronnie Whitehead, “Sure Gets Dark When The Sun Goes Down” by Dick Flood and “Train Ride” by George Washing Bridge.” Keep watching Aquarius on NBC for more Fervor classics and 60s vibes, and click the links above to experience these gems on iTunes.
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Let The Devil Pour The Wine For Preacher

Cult Hits Country smallPreacher-AMCBozoDarnell2The “Critics Consensus,” on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, calls Preacher “A thrilling celebration of the bizarre, Preacher boasts enough gore, glee, and guile to make this visually stunning adaption a must-see for fans of the comic and newcomers alike.” Fervor Records is thrilled to lend a musical hand to the AMC breakout hit. This week two more mid-century Country classics from the Fervor vaults appear in Preacher Episode 106: “Sundowner.“ “Let The Devil Pour The Wine” by Peter Sivo Band, and “A Shade of Difference,” the B Side to Bozo Darnell’s Ramco Records 1968 single “What Kind Of Pill Is This?” Tune in Preacher on 07.10.16 and click the song titles to enjoy the Peter Sivo and Bozo Darnell classics.

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