Posts Tagged "Waylon Jennings"

Waylon Jennings’ My World Enters Criminal Minds

CBS landmark, Criminal Minds, will feature an obscure cut from Country icon, Waylon Jennings. The tune, My World, was originally released in 1967 on Floyd Ramsey’s Phoenix, AZ label, Ramco Records. Much of Ramsey’s Ramco catalog has now found a home at another Phoenix label, Fervor Records. My World will be heard in episode 923 with an air date of Wednesday, May 7th. Enjoy this rare Waylon Jennings gem on iTunes.

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Fervor Finds Waylon Jennings 50 to 1

Fervor is proud to hold an exquisite 1965 recording of iconic Country legend Waylon Jennings. The song My World was originally released on the Ramco label between Waylon’s deals with A&M and RCA. The song has found a home in the new flick 50 to 1, the inspiring true story of a misfit group of New Mexico cowboys whose crooked-footed racehorse qualifies for the Kentucky Derby. 50 to 1 is set to debut on March 21st. Grab My World on Fervor’s Amazing Hits of the Transistor Era.

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50 to 1 Has The Beer Bar Blues

Lloyd Conger strikes again with his definitive 1970s jukebox classic, Beer Bar Blues. Lloyd is in good company joining Fervor’s 1965 Waylon Jennings recording of My World in the film 50 to 1. The flick is the exciting true tale of horse racing legend Mine That Bird which is set to launch on March 21st. Cozy up to the bar and get acquainted with Conger’s tears in your beer lament, Beer Bar Blues on iTunes.

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Five Fervor Favorites In FX’s Justified Tomorrow

Justified Season 4

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FX’s critically acclaimed modern-day outlaw series Justifed returns tomorrow with a new episode, this time featuring 5 songs from the Fervor label, all by Arizona artists.

From the Vintage Country collection, there will be three tracks, ncluding “My World” by Waylon Jennings, recorded in 1967.  The others are “A Shade Of Difference” by Bozo Darnell, and “Drifting Home To You” by the Jody Brian Quartet.  All three titles can be found on iTunes, on the Fervor Records release Vintage Country 1957-1969

Shining a light on the more modern, urban side of the show is Mr. Fantastic’s uber-groovy “Six Days A Week”, from the Fervor Records release Ol Skool Rap

Finally, the show will feature some soulful, gritty blues of Hans Olson, who is currently in the studio recording a new Fervor release.  His driving track “South On 65″ is available on the Fervor Records release Hard Time.

Tune in to FX tomorrow night for Justified episode 407 “The Money Trap” and hear 5 Fervor favorites.

 

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