Posts Tagged "Connie Conway"

Spring’s Coming Pretty Soon for Mad Men

Mad Men poster & Connie Conway As the iconic period drama Mad Men draws to a close, the series has once again turned to Fervor Records for some vintage vinyl. Crooner Connie Conway’s lovely 1956 ballad Spring’s Coming Pretty Soon, along with The Morrie Morrison Orchestra’s 1941 toe tapper I Like To Dance The Swedish Waltz will be featured in episode 713. Don’t miss Mad Men on AMC Sunday 05.10.15. Listen to Connie Conway on iTunes and Morrie Morrison on Spotify.

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Red Road Has Fervor

SundanceTV’s new scripted drama The Red Road has hit up Fervor for two mid-century Pop tunes. Bob Kelly’s One Little Kiss Will Do It from 1960, and Connie Conway’s Who Do You Suppose from 1956. Both songs are being performed live on camera by a studio band covering the Fervor classics and appear in episode 204 which airs 04.23.15. Listen to Bob Kelly’s version of  One Little Kiss Will Do It on iTunes and/or Spotify.

Red Road & Cult Crooner Classics

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Unfriended… How You Lie Lie Lie

Universal Pictures’ upcoming release Unfriended has nabbed an obscure 1956 treasure from Fervor Records. Connie Conway’s singsongy ditty How You Lie Lie Lie is sure to add an eerie edge in the supernatural Teen Horror flick. Catch Unfriended at a theater new you on 04.17.15.

Unfriended sml poster  Connie Conway - Unfriended

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Ravenswood Is Lost In A Memory Of You

ABC Family’s teen drama mystery-thriller, Ravenswood, will feature a 1956 classic from the Fervor Vaults in episode 107. The song, “Lost In A Memory Of You”, is from the incomparable Connie Conway. Mr. Conway was a distinguished musician, song writer, and vocalist whose prolific career is chronicled by Fervor Records on The Very Best Of Connie Conway Vol. 1 and Vol. 2. Catch Ravenswood Tuesday evenings on ABC Family!

Ravenswood - Connie Conway

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Fervor is Filthy Gorgeous

Legendary Penthouse magazine founder, Bob Guccione, is immortalized in the new EPIX documentary, Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story. Adding to the excitement is Fervor Records’ Connie Conway and Sandy Szigeti who have both landed songs in the film. Conway’s, Nobody But Jesus, is an unreleased gem from the Fervor vintage vaults, is heard in a scene between Jerry Falwell and Guccione. Szigeti’s early 1970s classic, I Couldn’t Say, plays over a Vietnam scene. The new flick promises to be a fascinating exposition into the lifestyle of a notorious provocateur, renowned visionary, recluse and man of action. Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story makes it’s US premier 11.8.13.

Filthy Gorgeous documentary with Sandy Szigeti tune


Szigeti’s, I Couldn’t Say is contained on the Fervor Record’s release, Make The People Sing, available for purchase on iTunes.

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