This ultra-rare album of psyche and southern rock from Miami outfit, Sage, Sage By Sage appeared on the Illusion label (CM2004) in 1970. Not much is known about either the band or its label, although it is widely rumoured that Illusion was some sort of a tax scam with albums by Sage and stable mates Hopney being given away or destroyed immediately upon release. There probably is more than just a small grain of truth in this rumour, as this particular album is spectacularly rare and almost never comes up for sale. Sage By Sage is a strong album with some first-rate playing and excellent song writing. There's the decidedly southern boogie feel of the Allman Brothers about much of the instrumentation on the album, with the songs being reminiscent of, amongst others, Dr Hook or the Sutherland Brothers."
3.Don´t Stop Loving Me
4.No One But You
5.I´m satisfied With You
I can't find out much about this band except the notes that came with it. But all I got to say is that if it ain't Duane Allman on slide then someone took some damn good notes. I recommend this one highly. -Skynfan
This ultra rare album of psyche & southern rock from Miami outfit, Sage, originally appeared on the Illusion label in 1970. 'Sage By Sage' is a strong album with some first-rate playing & excellent song writing. For fans of The Allman Brothers, Dr. Hook, & The Sutherland Brothers. Radioactive. 2004.