Posts Tagged "Fervor Records"

Emerald Lady and The Affair

Showtime drama The Affair chose the likes of Fervor’s Emerald Lady for a little company in episode 103. The enchanting 1977 acoustic ballad from Craig Marsden is available on iTunes, Spotify, AmazonYouTube and beyond.  Jump in bed with Emerald Lady and The Affair on Showtime October 26th.

The Affair - Marsden

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NCIS Shines Light on Fervor Vaults Again

The CBS landmark NCIS has returned to Fervor Records for another inquiry into vintage Rock. This time they’ve exposed the 1981 rocker, Can’t Get It, from the 1980s Phoenix, AZ outfit Trout Fishing In America (not to be confused with the Houston based children’s folk duo). The song airs in episode 262 on October 14th. Hear Can’t Get It on iTunes or Spotify.

NCIS - Cult Hits of the 1980s Vol 1

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The Good Wife Gets Warning Signs

CBS political drama The Good Wife tapped Fervor’s vintage vaults for the 1963 ballad, Warning Signs. Written and performed by hit songwriter Dick Flood, the tune will be featured in episode 604 which airs Sunday, October 12th. Experience Warning Signs on iTunes, Spotify and beyond.

The Goodwife  - Dick Flood

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NCIS Investiagtes Vintage Greats From Fervor

CBS ratings juggernaut NCIS has uncovered 3 Psychedelic cult classics from the Fervor archives. The Fly Bi Nights’ 1967 Garage Rock classic, Found Love, Jay Fortunato’s trippy 1971 jam, Thoughts Of You and 1967′s infectious guitar laden anthem, Pardon My Reflection from Motion. All songs will appear in episode 261 airing Tuesday October 7th. Enjoy all 3 tracks on Fervor’s Cult Hits: Psychedelic available on iTunesSpotify and beyond!

NCIS - Cult Hits Psychedelic

 

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Congrats to CooBee Coo On Their Fervor Debut: Melodies From The Farm

Melodies from the Farm_CooBee Coo_2014The self contained duo of KC Barras and Jesse Morrison are better known as CooBee Coo. The band’s debut album, Melodies From The Farm, showcases the team’s deep understanding of all the elements that make a great listen. Beautifully crafted songs, compelling arrangements and brilliant production techniques provide the perfect sonic landscape for the team’s effortless vocals and floating melodies. These boys have mad skills and if their freshman effort is any indication of what’s ahead, we’ll all anxiously be awaiting more. Add CooBee Coo’s Melodies From The Farm to your playlist now!

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