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Impala Saga


Download links and information about Impala Saga by Mungo Jerry. This album was released in 1976 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 47:39 minutes.

Artist: Mungo Jerry
Release date: 1976
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 13
Duration: 47:39
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No. Title Length
1. Hello Nadine 3:32
2. Never Mind I've Still Got My Rock'n'Roll 1:43
3. Ain't Too Bad 3:19
4. Too Fast 2:32
5. Ain´t Gonna Work No More 3:05
6. Impala Saga 4:44
7. Bottle of Beer 2:55
8. Get Down On Your Baby 7:58
9. Hit Me 5:26
10. Quiet Man 3:59
11. Never Mind I've Still Got My Rock'n'Roll (Reprise) 0:59
12. It's a Secret 3:18
13. English Girls 4:09



Impala Saga was Mungo Jerry's first LP for Polydor, released in early 1976. The title track was a screaming, high-energy roots rock song, with a loud lead guitar, growling vocals, and full-on drumming in the best metal/arena rock manner. It showed off a hard rock side to this band that wasn't necessarily its best, although that song certainly shook up fans who associated the group exclusively with good-time music. Elsewhere, however, Impala Saga was a direct carryover from the group's Pye Records years, opening with the delightful acoustic rocker "Hello Nadine," which they'd first recorded (but never released) for their earlier label. Other highlights included the bluesy, laid-back "Quiet Man" and the nostalgia-laced "Never Mind I've Still Got My Rock N Roll," which bookended the album with "Hello Nadine." The record never sold in large numbers and is considered a rarity in England.