It's Time (The Guess Who album)

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It's Time
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Studio album by The Guess Who
Released June 1966
Recorded March–May 1966 at Sound 80 Studios, Minneapolis
Genre Garage rock
Length 30:28
Label Quality
Producer Bob Burns
The Guess Who chronology
Hey Ho (What You Do To Me)
(1965)
It's Time
(1966)
Wheatfield Soul
(1969)
Singles from It's Time
  1. "Believe Me"
    Released: 1966
  2. "Clock on the Wall"
    Released: 1966
  3. "And She's Mine"
    Released: 1966
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

It's Time is the third studio album by the Canadian rock band the Guess Who. It's also the last to feature original lead singer Chad Allan who left after the release of the album. This album introduces Burton Cummings and Bruce Decker of The Deverons. Bruce Decker, is shown on the album cover, but did not perform on the album. This album was a big turning point for the group. The album draws towards their garage rock style.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Randy Bachman except where noted.

No. Title Writer Length
1. "All Right"   Jerry Ross/Lester Vanadore 2:24
2. "And She's Mine"     2:42
3. "As"     2:26
4. "You Know He Did"   Al Ransom 2:04
5. "Baby Feelin'"   Johnny Kidd 2:03
6. "Clock on the Wall"     3:04
7. "Don't Act So Bad"   Jim Kale 3:10
8. "Believe Me"     2:56
9. "Seven Long Years"   Burton Cummings 2:47
10. "One Day"     2:03
11. "Gonna Search"     2:30
12. "Guess I'll Find a Place"   Chad Allan 2:24

Personnel[edit]

Chad Allan - lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Randy Bachman - lead guitar, backing vocals
Burton Cummings - keyboards, backing vocals, lead on (1, 6, 7, 9)
Jim Kale - bass, backing vocals
Garry Peterson - drums

Charts[edit]

Singles

Year Single Chart Position
1966 "Believe Me" Canada[3][4] 10
"Clock on the Wall" 16
"And She's Mine" 32

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