There isn’t anything quite like Amazon Studios’ country club, tennis themed “Red Oaks.” Critics everywhere have praised the show’s authenticity, and Fervor Records is proud to once again be a go-to label for the vintage music on this totally 80s project. Perhaps indieWIRE said it best when describing Season 1, “throwing in ’80s hallmarks like outrageous side characters, apt musical numbers, sex, drugs and even a body-swap episode,” Premiering 11/11 on Amazon, “Red Oaks” will continue to take us back to a familiar place and time, introducing viewers to plenty of authentic period music throughout the season. Check out the Spotify playlist to get a sneak peak at a few of Fervor Records’ contributions to the “Red Oaks” Season 2 soundscape. Just hit play to transport back to a time when cell phones and electric cars were still science fiction and music was made the old fashioned way.
“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 1970 Soul classic “Gotta Get Away” by Harry Krapsho. Catch “Come And Find Me” at a theater near you, and enjoy the extraordinary 60s and 70s Soul recordings of Mr. Harry Krapsho on his Fervor Records release “Got That Feeling,” now available via Apple, Amazon, and/or Spotify.Read More
So Goes My Dream, by Nadine Jansen, from the Fervor Vaults in episode 203: “Eyebrow Anonymous Trapped Gem”.Read More
Season 2 of CBS the sitcom “Life In Pieces” has picked a 1966 recording by legendary Jazz artist Nadine Jansen. Fervor Records acquired the the entire catalog of Jantone Records, which released much of the late multi-instrumentalist’s work. Jansen was well known for her sultry vocals, and impeccable piano and flugelhorn chops. Episode 203: “Eyebrow Anonymous Trapped Gem” airs November 10th, 2016 and features Nadine’s “So Goes My Dream.” The song was released both as a single and also on Ms. Jansen’s LP “Ala Mood.” Click here to get to know Nadine Jansen via her 1988 interview with Marion McPartland on the long running NPR program “Piano Jazz.”Read More