Mob thriller The Wannabe, starring Patricia Arquette, Michael Imperioli and Doug E. Doug, debuts at the Tribeca Film Festival this week. The Wannabe scrounged through Fervor’s stash of vintage vinyl and kept these greats to stick in the film: Mike Murray’s 1962 moody reverb drenched gem Hangin’, Roosevelt Nettles 1962 single for Chess Records Drifting Heart, two 1968 Soul Classics from The Soul Blenders – My Girl’s A Soul Girl and Blending Soul, and finally Carl Coccomo’s endearing 1952 bi-lingual duet Marry Only Me (Spose Solo E Me). Be on the lookout for The Wannabe and check out Roosevelt Nettles on iTunes.
Don’t Hold Her So Close, by Bob Cox, and
The Big Lie, by Sanford Clark, and
Sure Gets Dark When The Sun Goes Down and Livin’ In The Lonely Zone, by Dick Flood.
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Hangin’, by Mike Murray, and
My Girl’s A Soul Girl and Blending Soul by The Soul Blenders, and
Marry Only Me (Spose Solo E Me), by Carl Coccomo, and
Drifting Heart, by Roosevelt Nettles.Read More
The second soundtrack release from the FX mega-hit Justified is now released. JUSTIFIED: MUSIC FROM THE ORIG TELEVISION SERIES, VOL 2, dropped 4.15.15 by Sony’s soundtrack division, Madison Gate Records. Fervor Records has been extremely fortunate to have a multitude of songs featured across all seasons of Justified. However, it was Hans Olson’s song, South On 65 that ultimately landed a spot on the compilation. The distinctive sound of the is a testament to the remarkable ears of legendary Music Supervisor, Greg Sill. Fervor Records is honored to be a part of the incredible Justified legacy.