Posts Tagged "Fervor Records"

Preacher Has No More Games To Play

Preacher-AMCAMC’s new Sunday night hit “Preacher” continues with an insatiable appetite for Fervor Records’ stockpile of vintage classics. Featured in Episode 107: “El Valero,“ is Ernest Walker’s 1960 Ram Records release “Lovers Land,”  Donna Lee Stokes’ 1979 no nonsense Country ballad “No More Games To Play,” Susan Doll’s 1980 Comstock Records single “Be My Cowboy Tonight,” and Dick Flood’s “Run For Your Life” from 1962. Tune in Preacher on 07.17.16 to enjoy these gems from the Fervor archives.
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Greenleaf Has Lost Dreams

Cult Hits of the 1960s Soul - smallgreenleaf_150The Oprah Winfrey Network’s new drama “Greenleaf” is the No. 1 series debut in OWN history. The compelling mystery turned to Fervor Records for some authentic 60s Soul. Heard in Episode 103: “We Shall See Him as He Is” is The Soulsations’ 1967 recording “Lost Dreams.” Catch “Greenleaf” Wednesday evenings on OWN, and enjoy The Soulsations on the Fervor Records’ release “Cult Hits of the 1960’s: SOUL!” available via Amazon, iTunes and/or Spotify.

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Greenleaf

Greenleaf

The Soulsations’ 1967 recording “Lost Dreams” from “Cult Hits of the 1960’s: SOUL!” can be heard in Episode 103.

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2015’s Top 10 Album Downloads

1. The Complete Jetzons – The Jetzons
2. Wild Hearted Woman – Francine Reed
3. Vintage Country 1957 – 1969 – Various
4. Shine – Pistoleros
5. Cult Hits Psychedelic – Various
6. Barrio Sideshow – Fayuca
7. Hidden Treasures – Connie Conway
8. The Very Best Of Connie Conway Vol. 1 – Connie Conway
9. Mistaken For Granted – The Chimeras
10. Midnight Mojo – Craig Erickson

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Delve Into The Rich Musical History of Phoenix

519tcDBGHNLArizona has an incredible musical legacy. A legacy that all of us at Fervor Records strive to perpetuate daily. Team Fervor is excited to share longtime radio personality Jim West’s new book that details the rise of the Phoenix Sound in the 50s & 60s. The book, The Phoenix Sound: A History of Twang & Rockabilly Music in Arizona, is scheduled for release on Monday, December 7th. Fervor is honored to represent many of the fine songs, artists and recordings from this era. Phoenix New Times journalist Jason P. Woodbury gives you a sneak peek at Jim’s upcoming effort in this week’s NTW issue (available here). Stay tuned for a complete list of where you can pick up your own copy of Jim’s new book.

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