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Artist: Saga

Title: Saga

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Category: Pomp/ Prog

Year: 1978

Label: Belaire

Catalog Number: SAG CD 1


Michael Sadler Vocals, Keyboards
Ian Crichton Guitar
Paul Rochan Keyboards
Jim Crichton Bass, Keyboards
Steve Negus Drums


1.  How Long  3:58
2.  Humble Stance  5:54
3.  Climbing The Ladder  4:42
4.  Will It Be You (Chapter 4)  7:10
5.  Perfectionist  5:41
6.  Give Em The Money  4:22
7.  Ice Nice  6:47
8.  Tired World (Chapter 6)  7:08
Total Running Time:  45:42

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From: Rockhead Date: June 23, 2004 at 4:18
Awesome debut from prog rockers Saga. Featuring 2 of my favourite songs of all time (How Long-Very Human League intro and Humble Stance). Saga are unique with a sound of their very own. Their crossover appeal has given them a long career. Sublime arrangements, great harmonies, musicianship of the highest order and great, timeless songs all rounded off by Michael Sadler's excellent voice. If you appreciate good music, whatever you preference, Saga has something for everyone.

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From: Jez Date: June 23, 2004 at 9:46
One of the very first vinyl albums i bought way back when, and still a release i play regularly albeit in nice crisp digital form. Still love this album with a passion along with the next three releases. At the time (and now i suppose) there wasn't anything to compare this band to, which for me gave it that extra something. Rockhead sums it all up above very nicely.

From: Nick Clarkson Date: October 21, 2004 at 17:14
The beginings for a band who in my generally arsey opinion didn't release any bad albums until around "Steel Umberellas / Pleasure and Pain". Straight away the totally identifiable Saga sound is in attendance with masses of pomptastic parps from the keyboards. Ian Crichtons guitar can be memerising or brutal as he shows on here. Fave tracks "Tired World" and "Will it be You". Funny enuff I have an E.P. of Careful Where You Step and How Long on the b-side sounds like a different mix.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 5, 2016 at 11:06
Nice debut from one of the finest Prog Rock acts in the world(even though they have flirted with AOR)...tracks 1 & 2 are iconic ones of the band and my faves...tracks 4,5 & 6 are also pleasant cuts as well.83/100

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