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Time & a Word Import
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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, January 14, 2003
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Not surprisingly, the two best songs are those without the orchestra, and they point squarely to the sound devoloped for the upcoming "Yes Album"--"Sweet Dreams" is a strong, melodic pop-rock song with an uplifting chorus, while the slightly psychedelic "Astral Traveller" features the soon-to-be trademark "cosmic" lyrics and complex instrumental interplay that would make them famous. "Astral Traveller" would even improve in live performance after Steve Howe joined the group, and is a song the band should reconsider adding to their live setlist (they have periodically reprised "Sweet Dreams" and the title track over the years).
"Time And A Word" is upbeat, positive music that stands in stark contrast to the music being made by today's youth.Read more ›
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There's no real reason to review every individual song, as others have done just that. What is worth saying is that with this album, Yes really solidified what their sound would... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Max Persian
Something fresh on each track. Sweet Dreams has a great bass part from the great late Chris Squire.Published 9 months ago by Jim Tierney
It's a different side of yes that I'm not use to, but I like it.Published 11 months ago by Charles Johnson
May you rest in peace, Chris.
Thank you for all that you have given us.
I've listened to this disc straight thru 3 times now, and I still can't get past how muddy and garbled "Astral Traveller" is. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Richard Constant