Yes ‎– Time And A Word

Music On Vinyl ‎– MOVLP988, Atlantic ‎– MOVLP988
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180gr

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed
Written-By – Ritchie Havens*
A2 Then
Written-By – Jon Anderson
A3 Everydays
Written-By – Stephen Stills
A4 Sweet Dreams
Written-By – David Foster (2), Jon Anderson
B1 The Prophet
Written-By – Chris Squire, Jon Anderson
B2 Clear Days
Written-By – Jon Anderson
B3 Astral Traveller
Written-By – Jon Anderson
B4 Time And A Word
Written-By – David Foster (2), Jon Anderson

Companies, etc.



Originally released (p) & (c) 1970 Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Made in the EU.
Includes insert with lyrics.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8718469534807
  • Matrix / Runout (Side One Runout, Etched): 97837 1A MOVLP 988
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Two Runout, Etched): 97837 1B MOVLP 988

Other Versions (5 of 94) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2400 006, 2400006 Yes Time And A Word(LP, Album) Atlantic, Atlantic 2400 006, 2400006 UK 1970 Sell This Version
SD 8273 Yes Time And A Word(LP, Album) Atlantic SD 8273 Canada 1970 Sell This Version
K40085 Yes Time And A Word(LP, Album, RE) Atlantic K40085 UK Unknown Sell This Version
ATL 40 085 Yes Time And A Word(LP, Album) Atlantic ATL 40 085 Germany 1975 Sell This Version
CS 8273 Yes Time And A Word(Cass, Album) Atlantic CS 8273 US 1989 Sell This Version


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January 27, 2016

It came in a plastic resealable outer sleeve. Plays very nice, nothing wrong with the pressing, and nothing obviously wrong with the music. Of course, it's not Yes's best album by any shot, but it is of course a must have for a big Yes fan. It has a few covers and a bit more original work. The only peeve I have with this is the orchestral overdubbing, which is why Clear Days is one of the worst Yes songs from their early years. No Opportunity Necessary is probably the best song off of this, with Then, Astral Traveler, TAAW, and Sweet Dreams.


September 1, 2014
I saw this version on local record store and I almost want to buy it, but I saw at the back they misspelled the name of Chris Squire, the 'q' on Squire typed as 'o' so 'Souire'. Then I didn't buy it. I don't want my kid to see his name wrong in the future. This is one of the problems of reissues nowadays. No quality checks just to make money that's all.