Kevin Browne | Scottsmoor

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by Kevin Browne

Strong instrumentation including accoustic guitar, bass, creative cello and honky tonk piano appear on this album, featuring songs I wrote for my sons, students and the good ol' boys of Scottsmoor, Florida
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Battle
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2. Hammer it down
2:21 $0.99
3. Life to your soul
4:41 $0.99
4. Coram deo
4:28 $0.99
5. Scottsmoor
3:28 $0.99
6. February day
6:00 $0.99
7. Girl in the front row
4:14 $0.99
8. Independent
3:03 $0.99
9. Noël
4:43 $0.99
10. Never innocent
4:16 $0.99
11. Pieces
7:53 $0.99
12. Number one fan
2:51 $0.99
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Album Notes
Scottsmoor starts out with three songs that I wrote for each of my sons. They're my way of telling them how much I appreciate their unique personalities and gifts. The title song, Scottsmoor contains lyrics compiled from things those good ol' boys really do for fun. This album has more instrumentation on it than No Way Out for more of a rock and sometimes country feel.
My songs are about people--a personal commentary on the impressions individuals have made on me. Many of the songs are about teenagers, who I see struggling to find an identity, and others who just want to enjoy life.
I learned to play guitar so I could sing "America" songs. My brothers and I had band rehearsals in the dining room, writing our own songs and singing in harmony.
I like meeting people, learning new languages, and to travel light. My favorite thing is to sit around the dinner table with family and friends and talk. I could practically live on cookies and tea with honey, cheese, some fish...bread...and too much butter.
It's great sharing this musical journey with my wife, Debbie (back to school after all these years), and our sons, Ryan (the Marine/ flutist), Andrew (the physicist/ pianist) and Griffin (the cellist/theology/ philosophy reader learning Spanish).
I hope you enjoy listening to my songs as much as I enjoy writing them. Feel free to sing along in the car or wherever and come up with some new harmonies.



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Katie Raymond

I already loved his songs from my German class so I knew I would love this CD as much as his first. He is right up there with Savage Garden.. This is a cd I feel everyone should listen to!


Outstanding, Realism is awsome
This Cd is outstanding! The music touches you in a personal level. I highly Recommend it.

roxanne renaldo

I loved it when he sung his first cd in my german class, so I knew when he wrote more cds that I would love them too.

Alex Thorp

These songs influenced my high school years
I think of every class I took in High School, Mr. Browne's German class had the biggest impact. Every day you could feel that he was not just trying to get us to learn a complicated and beautiful language, he was also trying to make us see past ourselves. His rants on all sorts of subjects might seem like he was just venting at lethargic and self-obsessed teenagers in anger, but he truly cared about all of his students. My only regret in his classes is not showing him how much of an impact he has had on my life. His music is the theme music of my formative years as a young adult, and I will never forget him or his music.

Also, Meine nase tut weh.


Herr Browneee strikes again
I don't think I can pick a favorite song, this album has great flow from one track to the next. There are lighthearted dance in your car songs followed by sentimental musings of the awkwardness of adolescence - something for every mood. Ok, maybe I can pick a favorite song :D


Great CD! I loved Battle and Pieces, and Scottsmoor and Girl in the Front Row make me laugh everytime I hear them. ^.^