1970′s Horn Band Christopher Blue strikes again! This time the Pop outfit lands on season 2 of the FX drama, The Bridge. The band’s 1972 ballad Don’t Worry Tracy, originally released on the Blueram label, is featured in episode 203, airing July 23rd. Get acquainted with Christopher Blue on the Fervor Records release, Cult Hits of the 1970s Vol. 1 available on iTunes, Spotify and beyond.Read More
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!Read More
Fueled 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!
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Not only is 1970′s Horn Band Christopher Blue Happy Just To Be Alive, they’re Hot In Cleveland, baby! The TV Land original series Hot In Cleveland culled the band’s 1970 sugary Pop hit Happy Just To Be Alive from the Fervor Vintage archives and featured it in the show. Listen to Christopher Blue now on iTunes and Spotify.Read More
The Poor Boy Rappers’ cult hit, Lowrider Rap, is featured in A&E’s smash reality show, Big Smo. The Ol’ Skool Rap song was written and recorded in 1982 and re-released by Fervor Records nearly 30 years later on the group’s EP, DJ Rap, available on iTunes and Spotify.Read More