Angel of the Wilderness, an original 1977 Rock Ballad from Craig Marsden, will be featured in tonight’s episode of The Americans, a Cold War-era period drama on FX, starring Keri Russell.
The show, which takes place in the 1980′s has featured other music from the Vintage Masters collection already this season, from the Power Pop of Blue Shoes to the Progressive Horn-Rock of The Gringos.
Tonight you’ll hear the quintessential sounds of late ’70′s, soul-stirring Classic Rock from Craig Marsden, whose soaring voice and mastery of the guitar earned him a reputation of solid gold in the studios of L.A.
Marsden’s own material from that era, which is a time-capsule of a cinematic period of American Rock and Roll, is now available worldwide on the Fervor Records release Craig Marsden Retrospective 1977-1985
Tune in to FX at 10pm to catch the latest edition of The Americans (ep. 112) and time-travel with Fervor Vintage.Read More
Blue Shoes, Arizona’s premiere Power Pop band from the early 80′s, has landed another cut on the small screen.
This time they’ve found a spot reinforcing a time-specific storyline, in 1980′s Cold War era period drama, The Americans (starring Keri Russell).
Their song Better appears on the Fervor Records release The Best Of Blue Shoes, from which numerous tunes have crept onto airwaves over the last couple years since they were re-issued in this classic collection.
Better, which was recorded in 1980, will air on tonight’s episode (110) “Only You”, at 10pm on FX.Read More
Good Days, a 1976 cut from The Gringos, is set to air in this week’s edition of The Americans.
The FX period-piece show (starring Keri Russell) takes place in the Cold War era and follows a pair of KGB agents posing as a US married couple. The popular spy series is a little over halfway through its first season but has already been renewed for a second.
The Gringos formed in Arizona in the early 70′s, but after hitting the road hard, ended up performing extensively throughout the Cape Cod area, where they had a strong following for their horn-rock sound.
The 8-piece band went on to be signed by UA (United Artists) and produced by Snuff Garrett.
Now part of the Fervor Records archives and soon to be released on the Vintage Masters line, audiences can get a sneak peak of the classic rock legacy of The Gringos this week.
The Americans episode 108 “Mutually Assured Destruction” airs Wednesday 3/20 at 10pm. Tune in to hear Good Days by The Gringos.Read More
The quirky, offensive and outright hilarious sitcom It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia has one of the most devoted fan bases of any show on television, and just gets more outrageous with each episode. Comfortably situated on FX networks, the series is in the home stretch of its 8th season, and is about to feature Fervor music for the third time this run.
Bellissimo, an overtly Italian-style accordion waltz by Phil Bender-Stone, which definitely conjures up the spaghetti scene from Lady and the Tramp, can be heard in tomorrow night’s episode “The Gang Dines Out” (ep. 809). Earlier this season, both ep. 801 and 805 featured another waltz from the Fervor catalog, from an elevator music compilation.
The track is from the Fervor Records release Old World Folk and is available on iTunes.
Tune in tomorrow night (Thursday 12/13/12) for the latest edition of the gang and their shenanigans, and hear Fervor’s Bellissimo.Read More
Arguably one the most popular cult comedies of the 2000′s (if not the entire century), FX’s It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is well into its 8th Season and shows no signs of taming.
Episode 5 “The Gang Gets Analyzed” airs Thursday Noevember 8th, and includes another round of Welk’s Waltz, which also appeared in the 1st episode of the latest season.
Welk’s Waltz, a schmaltzy piece by the Jack Gray Orchestra, is from the Fervor Records release entitled The Beautiful Music of Elevators. In just a few notes, you’ll swear you’re headed to the housewares department, just past the perfume samples.
Catch the hit show on FX at 10pm on Thursdays, or view video clips online.Read More