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From The Edge Of The World TRACK LIST:

1. My Love Mo Betta (4:36)
2. Worth (4:46)
3. Uptown (5:24)
4. If I Loved You (3:40)
5. Dance Until Tomorrow (4:51)
6. Money (3:18)
7. A Hit From A Heartbreak (3:51)
8. Edge Of The World (4:11)
9. One Mile Closer (5:09)
10. Mystery (4:00)
11. Leaving You's The Hardest
     Thing I've Known (3:16)

 My Love Mo Betta
 Edge Of The World
 Leaving You's The Hardest
 Thing I've Known

Currently Out Of Print

From The Edge Of The World is Severin Browne's third album and first in more than 20 years. Released in 1995 on Moo Records, the CD was produced by Yoshio J. Maki and features eleven new songs written and co-written by Severin Browne and recorded between November 28, 1994 and December 10, 1994. The CD contains some of the best music to come from Severin's decades of songwriting and features guest background vocal appearances by Rosemary Butler, Debbie Pearl, James Coberly Smith and Jackson Browne. The album was recorded and mixed by Jim Scheffler with additional tracks recorded by Robert Read. The album was mastered by Brian K. Gardner. Several songs from the album were prominently featured in the 1997 independent feature film PLAN B, starring Jon Cryer.
Severin 1997
From The Edge Of The World" features stellar peformances by Craig Doerge on keyboards, Steve Cardenas on guitar, Dave Carpenter on bass and Carlos Vega on drums - all complimenting Severin's rich and warm vocals. Additional percussion by Alex Acuna and an appearance by Dave Pietro on sax fill out the world class set of musicians that came together for this great come-back album.

From The Edge Of The World comes a long way from Severin's two albums for Motown Records in the mid 1970s. While maintaining the integrity of Severin's wonderful songwriting skills, this album is woven with an amazing flair for great melody and lyrics. Songs like "My Love Mo Betta" and "Uptown" showcase Severin's inspired soul and R&B flair, which shows a strong Van Morrison influence. "Edge of The World" is a great rocker with a strong Jackson Browne feel, while love songs like "Leaving You's the Hardest Thing I've Known" and "If I Loved You" show that Severin has not lost the great '70s pop feel that was such a part of his earlier recordings.

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