Posts by Fervor Records

12 Monkeys Has Things To Do

12 Monkeys season 2CookinSyFy Channel hit “12 Monkeys” has reached out to Fervor Records for 2 vintage classics. Episode 210: “Fatherland” features the 1961 Billboard charting single “Cookin’” by the Al Casey Combo, as well as Carl Coccomo’s 1955 recording, “Things To Do.” This episode aired on 06.20.16. Click the song titles to enjoy on Spotify!
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Harry Krapsho Has Got That Feeling

Harry Krapsho - Got That Feeling album coverFervor Records is proud to present the the ultra funky jams of Mr. Harry Krapsho. The label dropped Harry Krapsho Has Got That Feeling” worldwide 06.17.16, and this amazing collection contains 8 Funk rarities recorded between 1968 – 1970. Showcasing Mr. Krapsho’s incredibly down and dirty Soul filled vocals, stellar songwriting chops, and his band of some of the funkiest cats around in NYC. Remarkably, these recordings flew under the radar for decades until Fervor Records, in their relentless pursuit to unearth the musical treasures of yesteryear, brought them to light. Hollywood’s top music insiders have already featured many of these tracks in hit TV series including The Good Wife (CBS) and Vinyl (HBO). Harry Krapsho Got That Feeling in 1968, now it’s your turn! Experience on AmazoniTunes, and/or Spotify.

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Preacher

Preacher

Your Reasons by The Tad on Cult Hits of the 1950’s, Vol. 2, and

Blue Blue Party by Dick Flood, on The Incomparable Dick Flood, and

Tonight I’m Alone by Lloyd Conger on Beer Bar Blues in

Help You Find A Way by Patty Parker, and

Reconsider Me by Margaret Lewis in episode 105.

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Preacher To Help You Find A Way

Preacher-AMCLloyd CongerPattyParker_Tree_smallForbes Magazine recent review of AMC’s Preacher stated, “Preacher is everything you’re not supposed to do on TV. Now who wants to miss this?” Exactly! The series also has great taste in music featuring a vast array of classics from Fervor Records. Episode 105: “Sundowner“ features five songs, by five artists, including; the 1956 recording “Your Reason” by The Tads, the Margaret Lewis Billboard chart topper “Reconsider Me,” Dick Flood’s “Blue Blue Party” from 1971, “Tonight I’m Alone” by Lloyd Conger from 1972, and Patty Parker’s 1975 Comstock Records hit “Help You Find A Way.” Don’t miss “Preacher” on 07.03.16 and click the song titles to enjoy!

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Super Stereo – Time Machine

time-machine-1panel-01-01-01Experience the beginnings of Fervor Record’s Electro Pop sensation Super Stereo all over again with the release of “Time Machine.” The new EP showcases the roots of the quirky quintet’s Future Pop movement. According to Super Stereo, “Future Pop is a movement of unity and freedom of expression in a utopia bound together by sparkling Pop music and funky grooves, where all differences and tension of the human race disappear on the dance floor.” The music and concept catapulted the band into the national conscience with their inaugural release “This Is Future Pop.” MTV embraced the video single “Life Passed Me By” with an immense digital push across the network’s multiple platforms landing it at #42 in the top 100 videos of 2011. An array of Pride Festival appearances and major TV show song placements followed. The band continued with their sophomore effort “Sound It Out”. Fervor Records now offers a glimpse of how it all began with Super Stereo’s “Time Machine” on AmazoniTunesSpotify and beyond!
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