|Time & Love|
|Studio album by Jackie & Roy|
|Recorded||June 6–8 and 20, 1972|
|Studio||Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ|
|Label|| CTI |
|Jackie & Roy chronology|
Time & Love is an album by American vocalists Jackie Cain and Roy Kral featuring performances recorded in 1972 and released on the CTI label.
Jacqueline Ruth "Jackie" Cain was an American jazz singer known for her partnership with her husband in the duo Jackie and Roy. She was the sister-in-law of singer Irene Kral.
Roy Kral was an American jazz pianist and vocalist, born in Cicero, Illinois. Known for his partnership with his wife Jackie Cain as the team Jackie and Roy, he was also the brother of the singer Irene Kral and the father of actress Tiffany Bolling.
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The AllMusic review states "Although neither Jackie nor Roy do anything resembling jazz singing here, forget about categories; this is gorgeous music that cannot be shackled to a label".
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