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Silent Knight Import

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SAGA Silent Knight CD

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Don't Be Late (Chapter Two)
  2. What's It Gonna Be-
  3. Time To Go
  4. Compromise
  5. Too Much To Lose (Chapter Seven)
  6. Help Me Out
  7. Someone Should
  8. Careful Where You Step


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 1, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B0000073IW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,223 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The first big rock show I saw was Jethro Tull at New Haven Coliseum in 1982. Opener was Saga. They were touring Worlds Apart, one of the two albums most American rock fans came to know along with the follow up. But their earlier, more true prog stuff is actually equal or better. This is true 70s prog - philosophical lyrics, poly rhythms, smoking guitar lines and slightly fruity vocals. A total winner of that style. The 78 debut is hard to find but very similar.
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An older studio work, but still very fresh. "Don't Be Late" is fantastic, and worth the price of the album. Other standouts include the lilting "Time To Go" and brisk "Compromise." "Careful Where You Step" is a concert favorite.
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I bought this album when I was 17. I bought it during the cold winter of 1982. At the time I was close friends with a girl - let's call her C - who was devastatingly attractive, gorgeous, precocious, a year younger than me, but so much older in other ways. C didn't want to be my girlfriend - just a platonic friend. I went out one Saturday afternoon and bought this LP and Journey's Departure. I still remember sitting, alone, in my bedroom on a wintry November's evening and hearing Don't Be Late, the 1st song on this album. I remember the rush of melancholia that hit me during the chorus. Every song here is beautiful. Tunes that stick in the mind like musical fish-hooks, those lovely Michael Sadler vocals. I still think of C when I hear this album. She's dead now, sadly, but Silent Knight lives on in my heart and in my dreams.
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Silent Knight is without question, one of Saga's finest moments. Every track is a winner and the band play superbly throughout. My only gripe is that the disc it a bit short, clocking in at 37.44. Favourite tracks are 'Don't Be Late', 'What's It Gonna Be?', 'Help Me Out' and 'Careful Where You Step'.
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This might be Saga's best album. There isn't a bad song here. The 1st song, Don't be Late, is to Saga what Stairway to Heaven is to Led Zeppelin. This is early 80's progressive rock at its finest.
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By A Customer on November 21, 1998
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I saw the show when they went to Puerto Rico on tour on 1980 and the songs were very engaging and thought provoking. Tunes like Too much to lose and Time to go have a very special quality.
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