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Saga

Label: Jazz Station Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Disc 1: Canção Praieira; Novos Cariocas (Anat's Song); A La Vuelta; Brasileirão; Flying Waltz; Altinho; Vida Nova; Pilotos; Opa!; Ânima 2; Palinha do Vinho. Disc 2: Brahms; Porta Aflora; A Velha Sozinha; Tango; Samba da Mistura; Nosso Borogodó Coió.

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Rodrigo Lima: Saga

Read "Saga" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


“I fell in love with the jazz guitar--all kinds of jazz guitarists, from Jim Hall to Pat Metheny to Luis Bonfá, by listening to their records," explains Brazilian composer, arranger, bandleader and guitarist Rodrigo Lima. Saga luxuriously extends this jazz guitar love affair across the American and Brazilian continents--it was recorded in New ...

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20/20

Label: Eagle Records
Released: 2012

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Saga: 20/20

Read "20/20" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


20/20 marks the popular Canadian ensemble's 20th release. Here, original vocalist Michael Sadler rejoins the unit, and adds melodious overtones to its stylish, cross-functional melding of pop-rock, progressive rock and progressive metal. Enamored by a first-rate production and a largely memorable track mix, the artists go for the gusto, synchronizing technical veracity with surging rock anthems. ...

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F

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: Thank You; My Old School; Colours; Peace; Av Vemod; Av L

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Saga: F

Read "F" reviewed by Joshua Weiner


Art Farmer made a great record with Jim Hall in the '60s entitled To Sweden With Love. If Färger, the debut album by the piano trio Saga, is any indication, Sweden is more than ready to return some of that love. By turns moody, joyous, exuberant, and somber, Saga plays jazz that mixes Scandinavian folk flavors, ...

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Saga

Label: Label Bleu
Released: 1992


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