Film/TV Placements

American Horror Story Scares Up More Period Classics

American Horror Story posterAmerican Horror Story has discovered the song In Old Madrid amongst Fervor Records vast collection of authentic period recordings. The tune, from The Morrie Morrison Orchestra, was recorded in 1943 and will appear in episode 405 airing 11.05.14 on FX.

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Fervor Goes 30 For 30

ESPN combed the Fervor archives and turned up three vintage greats for their acclaimed documentary series 30 For 30. Enhancing the 30 For 30 vibe is the Al Casey Combo with their 1961 Lounge classic Cookin’. Also in the mix are two gems from 1968, Harry Krapsho‘s Don’t Wanna Go Home and Happiness Regenerator from The Souls. Check out 30 for 30 on ESPN 10.30.14 and click the links to download songs on iTunes or listen on Soptify.

30 for 30 - Amazing Hits of Transistor Era

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Fervor Now On The Blacklist

The BlacklistNBC’s monster hit crime drama The Blacklist will feature the 1963 single Drifting Home To You by Country crooner Bob Cox. Bob’s enchanting vocals and impeccable delivery are a must listen! Experience Drifting Home To You on YouTube and in episode 206 of The Blacklist airing on 10.27.14

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Emerald Lady and The Affair

Showtime drama The Affair chose the likes of Fervor’s Emerald Lady for a little company in episode 103. The enchanting 1977 acoustic ballad from Craig Marsden is available on iTunes, Spotify, AmazonYouTube and beyond.  Jump in bed with Emerald Lady and The Affair on Showtime October 26th.

The Affair - Marsden

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Nabs 2 da Groove

Award winning FOX action comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine nabbed two Fervor tracks for use in episode 204. The songs Moonbase and Spice & Thyme appear on the Fervor Records release Trance Anthology Vol. 1 and are from producer John Costello’s electronic dance outfit 2 da Groove. Listen on Spotify.

Brooklyn 99 - Trance Anthology Vol 1

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Whatever Linda… Don’t Take Me For Granted

New web dramedy Whatever Linda has nabbed 8 tunes from the Fervor vaults to showcase across the first 5 episodes. Episode 1 features Nancy Barry’s 1963 Pop masterpiece Don’t Take Me For Granted along with Kindred 1972 rocker Hang Ups. Episode 2 contains Len Boone’s Disco gem Work It Out Your System and the 1973 funky rocker Step Outta Line from The Lenny Mack Band. Harry Krapsho’s incredible 1968 down and dirty Funky Soul jam I Want To Be Free shows up in episode 104. Len Boone and Lenny Mack Band appear again in episode 105 with Work It Out Your System and I Want You Tonight along with Jay Ramsey’s 1962 Pop toe tapper Smooth Talkin’ Woman. Enjoy Whatever Linda online at


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