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Artist: Saga

Title: Images At Twilight

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Category: Pomp/ Prog

Year: 1979

Label: Belaire

Catalog Number: SAG CD 2

Personnel

Michael Sadler Vocals, Keyboards
Ian Crichton Guitar
Greg Chadd Keyboards
Jim Crichton Bass, Keyboards
Steve Negus Drums

Tracks

1.  Its Time (Chapter 3)  4:01
2.  See Them Smile  3:25
3.  Slow Motion  3:25
4.  You're Not Alone  5:22
5.  Take It Or Leave It  3:58
6.  Images (Chapter 1)  6:31
7.  Hot To Cold  5:02
8.  Mouse In A Maze  5:41
  
Total Running Time:  37:25

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: June 23, 2004 at 4:22
Not containing perhaps some of Saga's best known songs, this is another excellent album of well played, clinically executed prog rock. Saga had few peers back in the day with I suppose Rush coming closest. Saga, rather than go down the same lyrical avenues as Rush wrote songs that were very grown up. As a result their early works still sound relevant today whereas Xanadu or even the mighty 2112 sounds a little cringeworthy in the lyrical dept.-Saga=Music for adults.

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From: Jez Date: June 23, 2004 at 9:27
Another strong release,and only album number 2. Short, sharp and straight to the point with only 8 tracks and 37 minutes. Highlights for me - 'Mouse In A Maze', 'Images A Twilight' and the classic 'You're Not Alone'.

From: Rycheage Date: October 2, 2004 at 19:04
This is classic Saga sound at its very best. The songs are short and very melodious which should not turn off the casual prog rock listener. This album has enough melody and class to turn on the hard core AOR listener who does not like prog due to the long winded show offs of songs that most prog bands are prone to. Saga does none of that. "It's Time" and "You're Not Alone" show this point to a tee. Great melodic stuff with enough prog to keep it interesting.


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