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.

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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 whateverlinda.com.

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Parenthood Wants To Get Together Again

Parenthood posterRock-A-Billy Hall of Famer Chuck Bene’s 1964 lament, Let’s Get Together Again, has landed in NBC’s mega-hit Parenthood. Culled from the label’s archives of vintage classics, Fervor Records continues their quest to perpetuate the legacies of the incredible music of yesteryear. Fervor is thrilled to be getting together with Parenthood to accomplish this goal. Check out Parenthood episode 6005, The Scale of Affection is Fluid, airing October 23rd on NBC.

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Bad Judge Is Going Down

NBC’s new comedy Bad Judge was in need of some of beautiful elevator music and ran across John Costello’s muzaky masterpiece Going Down to enhance the mood. Enjoy The Beautiful Music of Elevators on Spotify and Bad Judge Thursday’s at 8:00 on NBC.

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American Horror Story Scares Up Fervor Vintage

FX ratings powerhouse American Horror Story has licensed Carl Coccomo’s unforgettable 1952 English/Italian ditty Marry Only Me (Suppose Solo E Me). The tune will appear in episode 402 which airs October 15th. Listen to this 1952 classic exclusively on the Fervor Vintage YouTube channel.

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