Posts Tagged "Sandy Szigeti"

All This Is Right For Astronaut Wives Club

All This Is Right vinyl imageAstronaut Wives ClubABC’s summer prime time powerhouse, The Astronaut Wives Club, continues their ongoing fling with Fervor Records. This week’s episode cozies up to four perfect specimens of the 1960’s. From 1967 is All This Is Right and Tell Me I Know Different by The Leaves Of Grass, as well as, Pardon My Reflection by Motion. From 1965 is I Couldn’t Say by Sandy Szigeti. Tune in episode 109 tonight and enjoy The Leaves of Grass now on iTunes and/or Spotify.

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Young Drunk Punk Takes On Fervor Records

New Canadian period sitcom Young Drunk Punk has snagged some vintage classics from Fervor Records to bolster the shows authenticity. Bringin’ It Home by Sandy Szgeti, Wishing You Were Here by Lonnegan’s Band and Love Is More Than A Feeling by Craig Marsden will all appear in in episode 102. Check out the series on City TV, episode 102 January 28th.

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Fervor is Filthy Gorgeous

Legendary Penthouse magazine founder, Bob Guccione, is immortalized in the new EPIX documentary, Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story. Adding to the excitement is Fervor Records’ Connie Conway and Sandy Szigeti who have both landed songs in the film. Conway’s, Nobody But Jesus, is an unreleased gem from the Fervor vintage vaults, is heard in a scene between Jerry Falwell and Guccione. Szigeti’s early 1970s classic, I Couldn’t Say, plays over a Vietnam scene. The new flick promises to be a fascinating exposition into the lifestyle of a notorious provocateur, renowned visionary, recluse and man of action. Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story makes it’s US premier 11.8.13.

Filthy Gorgeous documentary with Sandy Szigeti tune


Szigeti’s, I Couldn’t Say is contained on the Fervor Record’s release, Make The People Sing, available for purchase on iTunes.

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Go To The Way Way Back In Theaters This Weekend With 1970’s Fervor Vintage


New Summer road trip comedy The Way, Way Back, hits theaters today starring Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Sam Rockwell, Maya Rudolph, plus many more; and it features two 1970’s songs from the Fervor Vintage Masters series.

From the makers of Juno and Little Miss Sunshine, the new film originally premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, but will see a nationwide theatrical release across the USA this weekend.Cover_Sandy Szigeti_Make The People Sing

One of the underground classics you’ll hear is the quintessential 70’s Honky-Tonk Rock of Sandy Szigeti, in his 1974 recording Bringin’ It Home.  The track recently became available on the Fervor Records Vintage Masters release Make The People Sing.

The other is a deep 1971 Soul cut from Henry Ford called Take Me For What I Am, which is available on the Fervor Records collection Vintage Soul 1967-1985.cover_Vintage Soul

So if you make it out to the theaters and get to catch the latest edition of the quirky comedies, listen for the warm vintage sounds of Sandy Szigeti and Henry Ford.



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New Music Tuesdays! “Make The People Sing” and “Daydreamer” from Vintage Masters

Cover_Sandy Szigeti_Make The People SingDecca artist Sandy Szigeti, best known for his 1971 release America’s Sweetheart (produced by Ricky Nelson) knew how to make good records and was a master of Sunshine Pop.

Not only was he a prolific artist unto himself, but he also produced records for other colleagues, including Lynn Ready who’s gritty, trippy Psych Rock swirls together the acids of Cream, The Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive. Cover_Lynn Ready_Album

Before, during and after Sandy’s time with Decca, he never stopped making music.  Now, for the first time, a collection of previously unreleased Sandy Szigeti tracks reminiscent of The Byrds, Donovan and The Animals are available on the Fervor Records Vintage Masters release Make The People Sing.

Recorded between 1965-1974, Make The People Sing features songs like “Make Believe World” and “Bringin’ It Home”, which can be heard in American Horror Story (FX) and the 2013 film The Way Way Back, respectively.

As a producer, Szigeti did a bunch of sessions with Lynn Ready, a former original Mickey Mouse Club Mouseketeer who eventually became known for his musicianship and recorded as a sideman on numerous Motown albums.

The cuts that came from this partnership were much more experimental and mind-expanding with a heavier rock and roll overtone, enhanced by Ready’s powerful scratchy rock voice and wailing guitar solos.

Hear the full story on the new Fervor Records Vintage Masters release Daydreamer, which includes a song called “Thirsty”, as heard in the 2013 film Arthur Newman Golf Pro.

Both albums are available worldwide as of today.

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