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Make Believe World by Sandy Szigeti on Make the People Sing.

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Stonewall Grabs Fervor Vinyl

Sandy Szigeti, Make the People Sing album coverStonewall poster - smallPeriod drama Stonewall lands in theaters September 25th. The film, revolving around the 1969 Stonewall Riots, turned to Fervor Records’ stockpile of 1960’s vintage vinyl to help set the tone. Featured in the flick is Make Believe World by Sandy Szigeti from 1966, City In The Rain by Leaves Of Grass from 1967, and 1968’s Cast The First Stone by Jay Ramsey. Don’t miss Stonewall at a theater near you and trip back to the 60s with Sandy Szigeti on iTunes and/or Spotify!

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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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