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Coming Soon: Cult Hits of the 1960s Soul!

Cult Hits 1960s Soul_Various_2014The social and political climate of the 1960s collided creating an incredible era of Soul Music. The impassioned performances of vocalists such as James Brown, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding and Ray Charles soon crossed over to the Pop charts. Bubbling under the surface of the national artists’ major label successes were a slew of incredibly talented local and regional performers. These amazing vocalists and musicians delivered equally heartfelt songs and recordings that every Soul enthusiast should experience. Fervor Records has scoured the landscape to bring you some of the era’s best. From funky dance floor grooves to socially charged anthems, witness the rise of an iconic genre with Cult Hits of the 1960s: SOUL!

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Coming Soon: Live From Under The Ice House!

Live From Under The Icehouse_Kindred_2014Fervor Records has uncovered the incredible lost concert masters of 1970s West Coast Rock outfit, Kindred. Chuck Negron produced the group’s hard driving Funky, Psychedelic Rock sound, landing the band a release on Warner Bros. Records in 1971.  Negron, lead vocalist of Three Dog Night, took Kindred on tour with his mega chart topping act for a year and a half. Kindred also hit the road touring with Rock royalty including Uriah Heap, Foghat, Bad Company, Cactus and Savoy Brown to name a few. Now Fervor Records lets you enjoy the lost escapades of the amazingly soulful Rock powerhouse, Kindred, Live From Under The Icehousecoming 8.5.2014!

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Double Dose of La Venganza

Fayuca’s La Venganza releases worldwide today, and on the same day has it’s first airing as the main title theme on the hip new spy-thriller Matador, from El Rey Network! Read about Fayuca and Robert Rodriguez’s show on AZ Central, and get La Venganza on iTunes today… Spotify soon! 

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1960s & 70s: PSYCHEDELIC!

Psychedelic_Various_2014Fueled by proponents of consciousness expansion like Timothy Leary, the Psychedelic movement emerged from the 1960s Folk and Blues Rock scene. San Francisco served as the epicenter of the Psychedelic lifestyle which was quickly embraced by a throng of international youth.

The Psychedelic sound influenced a plethora of genres with a variety of exotic musical instruments, modal chord structures, feedback, reverb and experimental recording techniques. Bands from The Yardbirds to The Beatles, Electric Prunes, The Beach Boys and Sly And The Family Stone helped catapult the sound to the mainstream. Cult Hits now explores the Psychedelic bands that packed local and regional clubs, concerts and festivals across the USA but never landed on the coveted Billboard Charts. Get ready to blow your mind with Cult Hits of the 1960s & 70s: PSYCHEDELIC!

Releasing worldwide 7.22.14 • iTunes • Spotify

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The Pistoleros & Fervor Ready New Release

Legendary Tempe band The Pistoleros have finished up the final touches on their upcoming Fervor Records effort. Lots of details to follow but in the meantime, please enjoy an impromptu acoustic version of What You Need. The video is part of Phoenix music venue Last Exit Live’s Airstream Sessions. The full version of the song will be contained on The Pistoleros upcoming album.

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Coming Soon: Let The Music Take You High!

Let The Music Take You High_Bob McGilpin_2014The late 1970s witnessed Bob McGilpin catapult onto the immensely popular Disco scene. McGilpin’s pure Pop voice, cut from the same cloth as contemporaries Leo Sayer and the Bee Gees, parlayed into major label deals with Casablanca, Butterfly/MCA, and RCA Records. Chocking up 3 number 1 hits on the Billboard Dance Charts, McGilpin was a Disco force majeure. Fervor Records has now unearthed an astounding collection of McGilpin’s unreleased songs! And true to Fervor’s vintage time machine, they were all recorded at the peak of the Disco craze and Bob’s hit laden popularity. Re-live the authentic sounds of the Disco Era with Bob McGilpin and Let The Music Take You High! 

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