Fervor is proud to hold an exquisite 1965 recording of iconic Country legend Waylon Jennings. The song My World was originally released on the Ramco label between Waylon’s deals with A&M and RCA. The song has found a home in the new flick 50 to 1, the inspiring true story of a misfit group of New Mexico cowboys whose crooked-footed racehorse qualifies for the Kentucky Derby. 50 to 1 is set to debut on March 21st. Grab My World on Fervor’s Amazing Hits of the Transistor Era.
The lush orchestrations of the late great vocalist Carl Coccomo will be heard in ABC’s science fiction sitcom, The Neighbors, this Friday March, 14th. Mr. Coccomo was dubbed, “The Singing Sicilian” by Frank Sinatra who was a big fan of Carl’s distinctive vocal stylings. Carl’s tune, When You Come To Me, was originally released in 1952 on the Starlite label and is now part of the Fervor archives, check it out on iTunes.Read More
One of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s last works was in the indie film, God’ Pocket. The flick premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and was picked up by IFC. Adding to the drama are 3 tunes from the Fervor Records archives including, 1971′s Fallen Angel by Jay Ramsey, the 1974 rocker Lookin’ For A Girl Like You by Lynn Ready and the 1976 Southern Rock masterpiece Farming Man by Tennessee River Crooks. Watch for God’s Pocket and click the song titles to check out the music.Read More
Episode 101 of CTV’s new cop drama, Played, features the 1956 song, The Thrill Just Lingers from Connie Conway. Mr. Conway’s extensive musical legacy is perpetuated by Fervor Records Vintage Masters. The Thrill Just Linger’s is available on The Very Best of Connie Conway Vol 1,
We Are What We Are, the US remake of the Mexican horror film “Somos lo que Hay” debuted at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and is now releasing a soundtrack which includes a track by Fervor Vintage Masters artist Tommy Strange and the Features.
The 1967 song It Was Me That Made Her Bad was one of three Fervor Records cuts heard in the rural psychological thriller, along with the 1957 tune I’ll Pretend (Glen Morris) and A Child Alone (Eddie Eldon). The first two appear on the popular compilation release Vintage Country, 1957-1969 (pictured above).
Critically acclaimed, this creepy remake from filmmaker Jim Mickle (Stake Land) was called ‘better than the original’ by Indiewire.com’s Eric Kohn and ‘one of the best horror films of 2013′ by HollywoodChicago.com.
We Are What We Are is slated for a limited US theatrical release on Sept. 27th, and the soundtrack drops Tuesday Sept. 24th on Milan Records.Read More