Season 2 of the first Spanish-language Netflix original series “Club De Cuervos” premieres December 9th, 2016. The Mexican futbol based comedy-drama turned to Fervor Records for some down and dirty 1960s Soul. The series licensed the 1967 classic “Broadway Shing-A-Ling” by the Soul Blenders for use in Episode 210. Start streaming “Club De Cuervos” December 9th, and enjoy the Soul Blenders on the Fervor Records release “Cult Hits of the 1960s: SOUL!” available via Apple, Amazon, Spotify
“Rectify,” the first original series from SundanceTV, has turned to Fervor Records for some authentic 1980s jams. The final season of the legal drama chose The Interior Castle’s 1984 classic “Fragile Handle With Care” for Episode 407: “Happy Unburdening.” Tune in to “Rectify” on SundanceTV December 7th, 2016, or enjoy on Amazon. Be on the lookout for The Interior Castle on an upcoming Fervor Records’ re-issue.Read More
Fervor Records continues to light up TV Land’s “Impastor.” Episode 210: “Thy Neighbor’s Wife“ features two songs, from two artists, with drastically diverse backgrounds. Steven Staryk is known as the “King Of Concertmasters” for his work with the Royal Philharmonic of London, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Chicago Symphony, and the Toronto Symphony. Staryk contributes his 1959 recording of Monti’s “La Foret” with his ensemble Primas Stephan and his Royal Tziganes. Next up is Jazz saxophonist Peter Blair with his Bossa Nova composition “Notes From Brazil.” Catch “Impastor” December 7th, 2016, and enjoy “La Foret” on YouTube, and “Notes From Brazil” on the Peter Blair Combo’s Fervor Records release “Blue Waves White Sands” now available on Apple, Amazon and/or Spotif
Fervor Records’ extensive catalog of period classics continues to be a go-to source for hit TV shows and movies. Season 1 of TNT’s “Good Behavior” has once again turned to the label for some vintage 1970s Rock. Episode 105: “Beautiful Things Deserve Beautiful Things” will feature Brian Donnelly’s 1977 Rock classic “She’s From The City.” Don’t miss “Good Behavior” Tuesday nights on TNT, and be on the lookout for an upcoming Fervor Records reissue of Brian Donnelly’s 70s classics.
American Express released another spot in their “Shop Small” campaign, featuring the giant talent of the larger-than-life Shaquille O’Neal. This time Shaq brings comedian Wanda Sykes, and 1970’s Pop sensation Christopher Blue along for the ride. As Shaq and Wanda shop for a tandem bike, Christopher Blue’s 1970 Ramco Records’ release “Happy Just To Be Alive,” delivers the perfect musical backdrop. The spot starts airing worldwide December 1st, 2016, on broadcast TV and the internet. Click here to check out the spot, and enjoy everything Christopher Blue has to offer on the Fervor Records re-issue “Christopher Blue – Happy Just To Be Alive,” now available via Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!