CBS ratings juggernaut NCIS has uncovered 3 Psychedelic cult classics from the Fervor archives. The Fly Bi Nights’ 1967 Garage Rock classic, Found Love, Jay Fortunato’s trippy 1971 jam, Thoughts Of You and 1967′s infectious guitar laden anthem, Pardon My Reflection from Motion. All songs will appear in episode 261 airing Tuesday October 7th. Enjoy all 3 tracks on Fervor’s Cult Hits: Psychedelic available on iTunes, Spotify and beyond!
SyFy has once again tapped Fervor’s sensational treasure trove of Vintage goodness. This time the network’s supernatural drama Haven will feature the Classic Country gem Drifting Home To You by The Jody Brian Quartet. The tune was originally released in 1963 on Ramco Records and will appear in episode 503 which aired 09.25.14.
Fox Network’s new dramedy Red Band Society has raided the Fervor Vintage vaults. The new series chose the label’s 1971 Psychedelic Rock classic Thoughts Of You by Jay Fortunato to feature in their pilot episode. Red Band Society premieres Wednesday September 17th. Check out Thoughts Of You which appears on the Fervor Records release Cult Hits: Psychedelic available on iTunes and Spotify.Read More
70s rocker Lynn Ready has landed in USA Network’s hit drama, Graceland. Mr. Ready’s 1974 classic Lookin’ For A Girl Like You can be heard in episode 213 which airs September 10th. Listen to more Lynn Ready on Spotify!Read More
Netflix, the leader in binge watching, debuts their original animated adult comedy Bojack Horseman this Friday, August 22nd. Scattered amongst the 12 episodes are several tunes from Fervor Records. Len Boone’s 1982 jam, Do Watcha Feel (episode 106) the Rockabilly revival gem, First You Will (episode 107) from Thaddeus Rose & the Thorns, 1984′s No More Cool (episode 109) from Derrick Procell and the 1978 Funk classic, Izya Funkin’ (episode 112) from Bright Moments. Catch the hilarious antics of Bojack Horseman and click song titles to listen on iTunes.Read More
This week’s box office smash, Get On Up explores the intriguing life of Soul icon James Brown. The film also features a tune from a lesser known 1960s Soul giant, Small Paul. In 1967, fourteen year old Small Paul was promoted as, “The 300 Pound James Brown.” The two finally come together in the biographical drama that features Paul’s Do The Everything. Pre-order the tune now on iTunes.