As the iconic period drama Mad Men draws to a close, the series has once again turned to Fervor Records for some vintage vinyl. Crooner Connie Conway’s lovely 1956 ballad Spring’s Coming Pretty Soon, along with The Morrie Morrison Orchestra’s 1941 toe tapper I Like To Dance The Swedish Waltz will be featured in episode 713. Don’t miss Mad Men on AMC Sunday 05.10.15. Listen to Connie Conway on iTunes and Morrie Morrison on Spotify.Read More
The final season of Mad Men has grabbed two more Fervor classics for use in episode 709. Jay Ramsey’s 1967 Funky dance floor anthem Goldigger, and the 1968 Rock ballad The Train, from The Souls featuring Ann Reed. Don’t miss Mad Men April 12th on AMC and don’t forget to get your own piece of Fervor Records nostalgia. Download Goldigger and The Train on iTunes today!Read More
Iconic AMC period drama Mad Men lands in a new decade and has taken Fervor Records along for the ride. Appearing in episode 708 is the 1970 Pop ballad, You’ve Got What I Like from Christopher Blue. Originally released on the Ramco Records label, you can hear it now on iTunes and/or Spotify. And be sure to catch the latest installment of Don Draper’s escapades on 04.05.15.Read More
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.Read More
Get Back To The Westside, a 1968 recording by the popular UK artists offers the bouncy, McCartney-esque flavor of the late British Invasion era. Though the Steam Machine was more ‘underground’ according to American audiences, they were huge in their neck of the woods, as well as Japan.
If you happened to see a film last year called Seeking A Friend For The End of the World with Steve Carell and Keira Knightley, you may have heard another song by The Steam Machine (I’m Going Home To Sacramento).
This particular cut is commercially available, nestled deep in a robust compilation of Vintage Pop music, the Fervor Records release Cult Hits of the 1960’s, Vol. 2
Tune in this Sunday May 5th to AMC to hear Get Back To The Westside by Fervor Records Vintage Masters, The Steam Machine.Read More