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Saga – Sagacity (Special Edition) (2014)

26-06-2014, 19:52
Music | Rock

Saga – Sagacity (Special Edition) (2014)

Artist: Saga
Title Of Album: Sagacity (Special Edition)
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Edel Records
Genre: Progressive Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 102:15 Min
Total Size: 247 Mb


01. Let It Slide (4:49)
02. Vital Signs (3:27)
03. It Doesn't Matter Who You Are (3:59)
04. Go With the Flow (5:26)
05. Press 9 (3:48)
06. Wake Up (2:34)
07. Don't Forget to Breathe (3:24)
08. The Further You Go (4:04)
09. On My Way (5:15)
10. No Two Sides (3:58)
11. Luck (3:39)
12. I'll Be (6:21)

Bonus CD:
13. Careful Where You Step (Live At Swr1 Rockarena 2013)
14. Mouse in a Maze (Live At Swr1 Rockarena 2013)
15. You're Not Alone (Live At Swr1 Rockarena 2013)
16. The Cross (Live At Swr1 Rockarena 2013)
17. Scratching the Surface (Live At Swr1 Rockarena 2013)
18. Humble Stance (Live At Swr1 Rockarena 2013)
19. On the Loose (Live At Swr1 Rockarena 2013)
20. Wind Him Up (Live At Swr1 Rockarena 2013)
21. Don't Be Late (Chapter 2) (Live At Swr1 Rockarena 2013)

They existed in the 80s alongside FM as Canadian new wave/prog rock bands, putting out some great albums such as Worlds Apart and Head Or Tails. Sadly, their impact beyond the Great White North was never very much at all, outside of Germany where they seem to be quite popular, and the world at large missed out on some pretty cool music. I had no idea they were still around and making music, but apparently they are – a fact I was alerted to yesterday when I noticed earMusic had uploaded a new song from the band.

The new song is called “Let It Slide” and it will be on the band’s forthcoming 22nd(!) album titled Sagacity. The strength of Saga has been their basslines and the interesting and unique feel to their songs, and “Let It Slide” does a good job keeping that original sound after all this time. The bass groove is very reminiscent of their classic “Wind Him Up” but the song overall feels more laid back and almost funky than their older material. The synthesizer solo section is really cool as well, mixed with a guitar line it sounds quite full of life and organic. It also moves through a space rock section somewhat akin to that of Ozric Tentacles. The chorus is quite catchy as well. They manage to keep their core sound intact without sounding truly dated, infusing instead with a more modern feel.

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