Posts Tagged "Vintage Masters"

Fervor Records is on Homefront with 2 Vintage Classics

Sylvester Stallone’s adaption of the popular novel, Homefront, rolls out to theaters nationally November 27th. Starring Jason Statham, James Franco, Winona Ryder, and Kate Bosworth, the flick also features two gems from the Fervor vaults. Lloyd Conger’s 1972 cult favorite, Sunshine Band, and a rare 1973 recording from Jay Ramsey entitled, Hideaway. Catch Homefront over the extended Thanksgiving weekend and get your your copy of Sunshine Band from Lloyd Conger’s Fervor Records release Beer Bar Blues, and Hideaway from Jay Ramsey Anthology Vol. 3.

Homefront promo poster with Conger & Ramsey Album Covers

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Fervor Vintage Gem Lands In Killing Kennedy

America proved her fascination with the J.F.K. assassination last weekend when a record 3.4 million viewers tuned in to National Geographic’s original movie, Killing Kennedy. Next Friday marks the 50th anniversary of this tragic milestone in American history, reviving memories of the President and the horrific events of November 22, 1963.

Originally released in 1957 on REV Records, None of Your Tears, by Ted Newman, embodies the sound of the era and the heart of a nation that acknowledged it’s grief in the midst of decisive action. The song is now available on Fervor Records’, Cult Hits of the 1950s, Vol. 2, available on iTunes.

Killing Kennedy features music from Cult Hits of the 1950s Vol 2

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The Thrill Just Lingers for Connie Conway on CTV’s Played

Episode 101 of CTV’s new cop drama, Played, features the 1956 song, The Thrill Just Lingers from Connie Conway. Mr. Conway’s extensive musical legacy is perpetuated by Fervor Records Vintage Masters. The Thrill Just Linger’s is available on The Very Best of Connie Conway Vol 1,

Cover_Connie Conway Vol 1Played Cast

 

 

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American Horror Story Features Fourth Round Of Fervor Vintage

Make Believe World, a 1966 track by Sandy Szigeti, will appear in this week’s episode of FX’s hit tv show, American Horror Story.

Sandy Szigeti is best known for his 1971 Decca Record’s release, America’s Sweetheart (back cover pictured here), on which he worked with Rita Coolidge and fiddling legend Doug Kershaw.  The album was produced by the one and only Rick Nelson and was recorded at The Village Recorder.

Szigeti recently became part of the Fervor Vintage Masters family, who are scheduled to drop some never-before-released material from his personal collection in a 2013 anthology release.

American Horror Story episode 212, “Continuum”, will be the fourth episode this season to feature Fervor Vintage music.

The show airs Wednesdays at 10pm, and recent episodes can be streamed live on the official AHS website.   Tune in to hear Szigeti’s Make Believe World this week on FX.

Get a sneak peek of the tune here.

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