Posts Tagged "Found Love"

The Astronaut Wives Club Has Found Love

Cult Hits Psychedelic, Fervor Records Astronaut Wives ClubFervor Records continues to shape the sound of ABC’s period hit The Astronaut Wives Club. Episode 107 features four Fervor classics from the 1960s including Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep by Dick Flood, Ever Night Lulu by Johnny Appleseed, The Love You Save May Be Your Own by Jack Cook and Fervor’s 1967 Garage Rock sensation Found Love by The Fly-Bi-Nites. Tune in The Astronaut Wives Club this Thursday on ABC and get a dose of The Fly-Bi-Nites on   iTunes and/or Spotify.

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Aquarius Has Found Love

Aquarius promo poster Cult Hits Psychedelic, Fervor Records

NBC’s sensational period drama Aquarius has licensed Fervor’s 1967 Garage Rock rarity, Found Love. Episode 109 will feature the tune by Atlanta’s Fly-Bi-Nites, known as one of the genres underground greats. Tune into Aquarius on 07.23.15 and experience the nuances of the Fly-Bi-Nites on iTunes and/or Spotify.

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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-Nites’ 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!

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Two 1967 Tracks From Fervor In This Week’s Mad Men

Mad Men Season 6cover_Cult Hits of the 1960s Vol 1

This week’s Mad Men episode “A Tale Of Two Cities” features two Fervor Vintage Masters tracks, each a spectacularly underground Psych Rock gem from the year 1967.

One of them is the moody, Zombies-esque Found Love, by the Fly Bi-Nights, which is available on the Fervor Records release Cult Hits of the 1960’s Vol. 1

The other one is a Sunshine Pop harmony-laden tune by Leaves Of Grass, called All This Is Right.  It was recorded and released in 1967, but has been out of print for some time.  It is slated for a Fervor Records re-issue release later this year.

Tune in to AMC this Sunday, June 2nd for a sneak-peek of the studio treasures in Mad Men ep610.

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