The Blue Marble was the second (and final) Sagittarius album, released in 1969 by the newly-formed Together Records. The title song is by Lee Mallory and Gary Usher. By and large a Gary Usher creation, the album remained in obscurity for most of its post-release, due to the collapse of Usher's Together Records Label. On this album, Usher used the Moog Synthesizer extensively, and left lead vocals relatively bare (in contrast to previous Sagittarius material, on which the vocals were showered with harmonies). On October 28, 2008, Sundazed Records reissued the album on both CD and Vinyl. The new reissue is sourced from the original analog master tapes, unlike previous reissues which were sourced from a vinyl copy. The reissue includes the "Navajo Girl" and "I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City" singles as bonus tracks.
01 - In My Room 02 - From You To Us 03 - Will You Ever See Me 04 - Gladys 05 - I Sing My Song 06 - The Blue Marble 07 - Lend Me A Smile 08 - I Can Still See Your Face 09 - I See In You 10 - Cloud Talk 11 - In My Room (Single Version) 12 - Navajo Girl 13 - I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City 14 - I Can Still See Your Face (Single Version) 15 - Will You Ever See Me