Saga (album)

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Studio album by Saga
Released June 1978
Recorded at Phase One Studios, Toronto, Canada
Genre Progressive rock
Length 46:01
Label Polydor , Portrait
Producer Paul A. Gross
Saga chronology
Images at Twilight
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Saga is the first studio album by the Canadian progressive rock band Saga and was originally released in June 1978.

The Chapters[edit]

Two of the songs, "Will It Be You? (Chapter Four)," and "Tired World (Chapter Six)," were part of a series of eight (but later sixteen) songs that Saga included within their first four albums called "The Chapters", which told the story of a young Albert Einstein. These songs were later included on The Chapters LIVE, an album that the band recorded in 2005. To date, there's been no official compilation of the chapters in their studio incarnation.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "How Long"   Jim Crichton, Michael Sadler 4:01
2. "Humble Stance"   Ian Crichton, J. Crichton, Peter Rochon, M. Sadler 5:50
3. "Climbing the Ladder"   I. Crichton, J. Crichton, P. Rochon, M. Sadler 4:45
4. "Will It Be You? (Chapter Four)"   I. Crichton, J. Crichton, Steve Negus, P. Rochon, M. Sadler 7:13
5. "Perfectionist"   J. Crichton, M. Sadler 5:46
6. "Give 'Em the Money"   J. Crichton, M. Sadler 4:25
7. "Ice Nice"   J. Crichton 6:55
8. "Tired World (Chapter Six)"   I. Crichton, J. Crichton, S. Negus, P. Rochon, M. Sadler 7:06


  • Michael Sadler – keyboards, vocals, Moog, bass guitar
  • Ian Crichton – guitars
  • Peter Rochon – keyboards, vocals, Moog synthesizer
  • Jim Crichton – bass guitar, synthesizer, Moog synthesizer
  • Steve Negus – drums, percussion, Moog synthesizer


  • Zoran Busic – design, concept
  • Paul Gross – producer
  • Alan Thorne – engineer
  • Rene Zamic – illustrations
  • All Songs Published By Pocket Music/Cyborg Music, except "Ice Nice" published by Pocket Music.


  1. ^ "Saga - Saga | AllMusic". 2011 [last update]. Retrieved 29 June 2011.