Flower Finds Fervor

tribeca flower bannerA trio of period gems from Fervor Records have landed in the new independent film “Flower.” The feature will premiere at NYC’s 2017 Tribeca Film Festival on April 20th. Songs include 1979’s “Daydream” by Bob McGilpin, and “Lookin’ To Fall In Love” by Bill Burgess, and from 1984 “Since I Met You” by Infatuation. Be on the lookout for “Flower,” and click the song titles to enjoy the music on Spotify!

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My Friend Dahmer Finds Fervor

My Friend Dahmer x150 logo-metaIndie film “My Friend Dahmer” is slated to open April 21st at the prestigous Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Based on the novel of the same name, the film takes a look at infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s high school years in the mid-to-late ’70s. To help achieve the total 70s vibe, the film reached out to Fervor Records for a vast selection of authentic recordings from the era. Heard in “My Friend Dahmer” is 1972’s “It’s Not Too Late” by Christopher Blue, 1974’s “There’s No Doubt” by Bridge, 1975’s “Deal For Yourself” by Faustus, from 1976 “You’ve Got Me” by Zeus, and “Another Lonely Night” by Len Boone, 1977’s “Angel Of The Wilderness” by Craig Marsden, and from 1978 “Falling Out Of Love With Love” by Jay Ramsey and “Goodbye To You” by Slyder.  Be on the lookout for “My Friend Dahmer” and click the song titles to enjoy the music!

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The Leftovers Get Warning Signs

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HBO’s psychological thriller “The Leftovers” is back for its third and final season. Episode 301: “The Book Of Kevin” premiered April 16th and airs on the premium network all week. Featured in the season opener is the 1963 classic “Warning Signs” by Dick Flood. The song is included on the Fervor Records release “The Best of Dick Flood 1961 -1967” available across AppleAmazonSpotify and beyond!
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Sandy Wexler And The William Shepard Band

Sandy Wexler x150Adam Sandler rolled out his latest Netflix Original Film “Sandy Wexler” on April 14th. Joining Sandler in the comedy are Kevin James, Rob Schneider, Jennifer Hudson, Colin Quinn, Arsenio Hall, and Terry Crews. Also appearing in the film is a 1988 Smooth Jazz classic from Fervor Records, “Walk Lonesome” by The William Shepard Band. Head to Netflix to start streaming “Sandy Wexler” right now! Be on the lookout for “Walk Lonesome” on an upcoming Fervor Records re-issue.

 

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The Triplett Twins Say Pretty Please To Imposters

the imposters x150triplett-x150Episode 1010: “Always Forward, Never Back” of Bravo’s “Imposters,” features the classic Triplett Twins tune “Pretty Please.” Part of Chicago’s rich musical legacy, The Triplett Twins’ recordings from the early 1970s explore social issues, love, and individuality. Mentored by Curtis Mayfield and Eddie Thomas, the twins (Leon and Levi) got their start on the legendary Curtom Records, recording tunes for acclaimed Chicago recording engineer Paul Serrano. Check out more of The Triplett Twins on SpotifyAmazonApple Music and beyond – and be sure to tune into “Imposters” Tuesday nights on Bravo – or catch current episodes online.

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