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Artist: Saga

Title: In Transit

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Category: Pomp/ Prog

Year: 1987

Label: Bel Aire

Catalog Number: SAG CD 5


Michael Sadler Keyboards, Vocals,
Ian Crichton Guitar
Jim Crichton Synthesizer, Bass, Keyboards
Jim Gilmour Keyboards, Saxophone, Vocals
Steve Negus Percussion, Drums


1.  Careful Where You Step  4:20
2.  Don't Be Late  6:52
3.  Humble Stance  5:50
4.  Wind Him Up  5:48
5.  How Long  3:52
6.  No Regrets  3:57
7.  A Brief Case  2:19
8.  You're Not Alone  5:31
9.  On The Loose  4:19
Total Running Time:  42:48

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From: Jez Date: January 24, 2005 at 11:55
Most excellent live album ,with a great tracklist. This was one of the first full digitally recorded albums if my memory serves me, and it shows, as the quality for a live album is stunning. My only complaint is that it wasn't a double album, as 40 odd minutes of these guys is not enough. All the favourites of the time are on this one so you can't go wrong.

From: Nick C Date: January 24, 2005 at 14:30
Jez is right on here again...I'm sure it was one of the first full digital recordings commercially available. I remember having this on Pre order at HMV in Manchester, I picked up my copy and was dying to listen to it...so what happens ... the bus breaks down on the way home and the usual half hour journey took an hour and a half!!!! It would have been great as a double album, this is early Saga at their peak and is simply superb! I need to get this on CD but my vinyl is still crackle free!!!

From: Shoemaker Date: January 29, 2005 at 9:20
This is the best sagaalbum indeed

From: masmusic Date: March 29, 2005 at 14:48
Music to my ears!! Saga's best by far!!!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 22, 2006 at 19:32
They performed in Venezuela at that time and a song "on the loose" was recorded in this album-at the beginning of the song he said Venezuela! but with a very bad pronunciation.Anyway good live album even though i consider that the set list was too short because they were at a very high range at that time.10/10.The drum solo is short but killerful!!!!.

From: shoemaker Date: August 9, 2007 at 3:45
It is a bit strange with this side. We have SAGA here, but where is Marillion? On the other hand we have metal acts (Leatherwolf, Marshall Law, Queensryche, Racer X) but I canīt find for example Black Sabbath? Unite with Brutalmetal.com, so I can find all kinds of rockmusic on one page.

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