When Jim Boyd’s single, Don’t Ask For More was released in 1963, he never imagined that 50 years later it would be featured in Showtime’s Emmy Award Winning drama-thriller, Homeland. Don’t miss this innocent vintage gem penned by 1960’s Teen Idol Frank Fafara. The song airs this Sunday in episode 302 . Get it on Fervor’s Amazing Hits of the Transistor Era Vol. 2.
One of them is the forlorn Country classic Walk My Loneliness Home, by Buddy Long, from the Fervor Records release Vintage Country 1957-1969.
The other selection is Your Love Fades With Time, by Eddie M., from the Fervor Records release Cult Hits of the 1960’s, Vol. 3, featuring lush oohs and aahs and a little roadhouse piano.
This is the first time these A-listers have been paired together on the big screen, and though both have flexed their comedic muscles in recent years, this is no such film. It is a grizzly action suspense thriller revenge story centered around two war veterans from opposing sides.
Killing Season hits theaters today, July 12th. Both Fervor songs that appear in the Millennium Films production are available worldwide.
Austin’s SXSW 2013 Film Festival has announced the lineup for it’s “Midnighters” showcase series, a collection of the scariest and most offbeat selections slated to premiere at the witching hour.
One such feature due to unveil in March is director Vincenzo Natali’s Haunter, the latest project starring Little Miss Sunshine sweetheart Abigail Breslin as a 15 year old apparition.
Even though the story takes place in a ‘forever 1985′ scenario (and Fervor has some solid 80’s music in the vaults), the particular Vintage Masters recording that appears in this film is surprisingly brought to you by Morrie Morrison, a popular 1920’s dance orchestra impresario.
The warbly syrup-sweet and quintessential early 20th c. waltz My Pretty Pauline is one of many tracks recorded by the early music industry entrepreneur, who launched one of the first record labels in the Pacific Northwest.
Songs from the Morrison Records collection Post WWI Gramophone Era have also appeared in the critically acclaimed HBO series, Boardwalk Empire and are now available wherever digital music is sold.Read More