Browne, Severin - Severin Browne

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Sealed 1973 Original. Saw-Cut. The Debut Release From Jackson Browne's Younger Brother. "Severin Browne Contains Ten Self-Written Songs Dating From 1971 To 1973 And Was Reviewed Quite Favorably By The British Rock Magazine Zig Zag. The Zig Zag Article Said That "The Unifying Factor Of The Songs Is Love. But Not As Simply As That -- What You Get Are A Series Of Vignettes Concerning Love Lost, Found, Unrequited And Its Opposite, Past, Present, Future And Imminently Terminating Or Commencing. They Are All Very Even, And I Reckon They Only Require Exposure To Get People Interested... 'Raggedy Ann And Me' Seems Not Unlike A Kenny Loggins Song, Perhaps Not Least Because Those Heroes Of My Youth, Winnie The Pooh And Tigger, Are Mentioned. It Also Has Severin's First Single, "Darling Christina", Which Severin Claims Is "Out And Out Fantasy". It's About The Kidnapping Of Christina By Her Lover, Eduardo, And The Track Features The Talents Of Sneaky Pete On Steel Guitar, Allen Lindgren On Keyboards, With The Vocal Assistance Of Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt And John David Souther" - Severin Browne

Artist: Browne, Severin Title: Severin Browne Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Motown Catalog ID: M774L Country: USA Our ID: 59639
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