Once It Was Mine Sneaky Pete

Mascot Records Retrospective Vol 1 thumbsz Sneaky Pete poster smallBryan Cranston returns to TV guest starring, writing and producing the new Amazon drama Sneaky Pete. Fervor Records is along for the ride in the series debut on 08.07.15. Featured in the pilot is the 1960 teen crooner classic I Want You by Ritchie Hart and, from 1961, the beautiful Once It Was Mine by Judy Lunn. The two songs were originally released on MCI and Mascot Records respectively but now reside in Fervor Records’ stockpile of vintage masters. Stream Sneaky Pete on Amazon and enjoy Once It Was Mine on iTunes.

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I’m Glad I Knew You Astronaut Wives Club

Astronaut Wives Club Mascot Records Retrospective Vol 1 thumbszThe Astronaut Wives Club continues to journey through the 1960s with some help from Fervor Records. The label’s fetish for vinyl rarities continues to shape the sound of the ABC summer hit.  Episode 108 features five songs from Fervor’s stash of 45s including, 1962’s Look Away Love by Jay Ramsey and the Contempos, 1963’s Come Back Karen by Expression, 1966’s I’m Glad I Knew You by P-Nut Butter, and from 1967 Funky Night Club by The Soulsations and Willow In The Wind by Dick Flood. Tune in AWC on 08.06.15 and enjoy I’m Glad I Knew You on iTunes and/or Spotify.

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The Griswold’s Take Fervor Records On Vacation

Cult Hits of the 1970s Vol 1 - thumbsz Vacation movie poster smlWarner Bros. Pictures summer box office smash Vacation has turned to Fervor Records for a slice of 1970.  The throwback jam Happy Just To Be Alive appears in the second generation send up of America’s favorite family summer adventure. Christopher Blue originally released Happy Just To Be Alive on Ramco Records in 1970. The song has taken on a new cult status in the loving hands of Fervor Records. Catch Vacation this weekend at a theaters everywhere! Enjoy Christopher Blue now on Spotify.

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The Astronaut Wives Club Has Found Love

Cult Hits Psychedelic, Fervor Records Astronaut Wives ClubFervor Records continues to shape the sound of ABC’s period hit The Astronaut Wives Club. Episode 107 features four Fervor classics from the 1960s including Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep by Dick Flood, Ever Night Lulu by Johnny Appleseed, The Love You Save May Be Your Own by Jack Cook and Fervor’s 1967 Garage Rock sensation Found Love by The Fly-Bi-Nites. Tune in The Astronaut Wives Club this Thursday on ABC and get a dose of The Fly-Bi-Nites on   iTunes and/or Spotify.

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Fervor Makes Big Splash In Staten Island Summer

Staten Island Summer Liven Up_CooBee Coo_2015Paramount rolls out the Lorne Michaels produced, Colin Jost penned flick Staten Island Summer to theaters July 24th. The coming of age comedy then lands on Netflix July 30th. The lifeguard themed adventure dove into Fervor Records’ pool of period gems and emerged with an incredible 15 vintage songs to add to the hysteria. Also lending a track to the film is Fervor’s mtvU video champs CooBee Coo. Here’s the laundry list of Fervor songs in Staten Island Summer: All 2 Myself, Broadway Shing-A-Ling, Conversation, Don’t Let Me Down, Don’t Take Me For Granted, Farewell, Indestructible, It’s Not For Me To Say, It’s So Obvious, Let’s Rock & Roll, Night Creature, Oh Dale, Soul Skate, Talk About The Future, Victim Of Love, Until I Fall In Love With You.

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