Page One (Steven Page album)

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Page One
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 19, 2010
RecordedFall 2009-Spring 2010
Fresh Baked Woods, Ontario
GenrePop rock, alternative rock
LabelAnthem/Universal (Canada), Zoe/Rounder (US)
ProducerSteven Page, John Fields
Steven Page chronology
A Singer Must Die
Page One
A Different Sort of Solitude
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic3.5/5 stars[1]

Page One is an album by Steven Page. It is his third full-length release outside of Barenaked Ladies, and both his second album as the featured performer (after The Vanity Project), and his second album for which he was billed in his own name (after A Singer Must Die by the Art of Time Ensemble with Steven Page). It is his first solo album of original material since his departure from Barenaked Ladies in February 2009.

Page One includes seven songs composed by Page with longtime collaborator Stephen Duffy and a pair of songs with first-time collaborator Craig Northey of The Odds who participated in each of the Barenaked Ladies' first three Ships and Dip cruises (and participated in the fourth in 2011 sans Page). The remaining three songs on the album were composed solely by Page. Similar to the release of A Singer Must Die, the first 200 CD copies sold on Page's official website would be autographed, and the first 100 vinyl copies would be autographed.

Release date[edit]

The original release date of Page One was slated for September 28, but was delayed to October 19, 2010. Although the release date was changed, some stores did not receive the memo, and Rhapsody even put the album up for download 21 days before its planned release, where it still remains available for purchase.


The first single from the album was "Indecision". The single was released for purchase on iTunes as well as on Page's website on July 27, 2010; the single peaked at number 25 on the Billboard Adult Alternative Songs chart.[2] The music video debuted on October 9, 2010.[3] The second single from the album was "Over Joy". No video was made for the song.[4]

Commercial performance[edit]

Page touring in support of Page One

Page One peaked at number 58 on the Canadian Albums Chart. It did not make the Billboard 200 chart in the United States; however, it did peak at number 6 on the Heatseekers Albums Chart.[5] It also finished in third place on CBC Radio 2's "Top Canadian Albums of 2010", as voted by the station's listeners.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Stephen Duffy and Steven Page, except where noted.

1."A New Shore" (Craig Northey, Page)3:49
3."Clifton Springs" (Page)4:37
5."Marry Me" (Page)2:27
6."All The Young Monogamists" (Page)3:22
7."She's Trying To Save Me"3:52
8."Over Joy"3:39
9."If You Love Me"3:43
10."Leave Her Alone" (Northey, Page)3:46
11."Queen of America"3:09
12."The Chorus Girl"5:38
Total length:47:17


  • Steven Page – vocals, guitar, keyboards, glockenspiel, percussion
  • John Fields – bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, programming, drums, accordion, mandolin

Additional personnel

  • Bryden Baird – flugelhorn on 6; Flugelhorn, trumpet, piano, glockenspiel on 12
  • Jay Baird – bass on 12; Clarinet on 6
  • Jesse Baird – Eb horn on 6; Drums, percussion on 12
  • Ken Chastain – percussion, programing, special effects
  • Dorian Crozier – drums on 5 and 9
  • Esthero – vocals on 2 and 4
  • Kevin Fox – cello
  • Brian Gallagher – flute on 2; clarinet on 4
  • Karen Graves – violin, flute
  • Stephen Lu – orchestral arrangement, keyboards on 1
  • Christine Munn – vocals on 3 and 9
  • Will Owsley – pedal steel on 3 and 10
  • Glen Phillips – vocals on 8
  • Tim Pierce – guitar on 2 and 3; Banjo on 3
  • Pete Thomas – drums, percussion
  • Michael Nelson – horn arrangement, trombone on 10
  • Kenni Holmen – tenor sax, flute on 10
  • Steve Strand – trumpet on 10
  • Dave Jensen – trumpet on 10
  • Kathy Jensen – baritone sax on 10


  • Producers: John Fields, Steven Page
  • Recording: John Fields (tracks 1-5, 7-11), Vic Florencia (tracks 6 and 12)
  • Assistant engineering: C. Todd Nelson
  • Mixing: Paul David Hager, John Fields
  • Additional recording: Steven Page
  • Mastering: Dave McNair
  • Art direction/Design: re:form
  • Concept/Illustrations: Olly Moss
  • Cover photography: David Bergman
  • Booklet photography: Valerie Joidon-Keaton
  • Management: Ray Danniels


Single information
  • Released: 2010
  • Format: CD


  1. ^ Page One at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Steven Page Chart History: Triple A". Billboard. Retrieved September 20, 2018.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ "Steven Page (The Barenaked Ladies) Interview on The BackStage Pass". Retrieved 2012-03-04 – via YouTube.
  5. ^