7a Records delivers a 30th anniversary remastered edition of Paul Young's final Columbia album, 1993's The Crossing. Primarily produced by Don Was, the album welcomed a number of familiar session veterans in support of Young including Billy Preston, Toto's Jeff Porcaro, The Who's Pino Palladino, and The Memphis Horns. "Now I Know What Made Otis Blue," penned by Mick Leeson and producer Peter Vale, became another top twenty success for the artist on the U.K. Singles Chart, while "Hope in a Hopeless World" and "It Will Be You" also charted. The Crossing will be available on both CD and LP; both formats include an exclusive interview with Young, rare photos, and lyrics to all songs. The vinyl version is pressed on 180-gram turquoise vinyl and includes a 12" booklet; the CD version has a 40-page color booklet.