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<i>Time & Love</i> album by Jackie and Roy

Time & Love is an album by American vocalists Jackie Cain and Roy Kral featuring performances recorded in 1972 and released on the CTI label.

Time and Love: The Essential Masters is the third retrospective album of New York City singer-songwriter Laura Nyro's work to be released, and the first since her death in April 1997. Released on the Legacy imprint of Columbia Records, it compiles sixteen of her most famous compositions into a single-disc volume, focusing on her work from 1966-71, with only one song, 1975's "Sexy Mama", selected from her post-1971 catalogue.

<i>Time and Love: The Music of Laura Nyro</i> compilation album

Time and Love: The Music of Laura Nyro is a 1997 tribute album to singer-songwriter Laura Nyro, recorded shortly after her death of ovarian cancer and released on Astor Place.

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"Time Is Love" is a song written by Tony Martin, Mark Nesler and Tom Shapiro and recorded by American country music artist Josh Turner. It was released in January 2012 as the lead-off single from Turner's album Punching Bag. It was covered by Mark Kozelek on his 2013 covers album Like Rats.

Time of Love is a 1990 film by Iranian director Mohsen Makhmalbaf, based on a story written by Makhmalbaf himself. The film consists of three episodes, all with relatively similar plots. Although categorized as an Iranian film, Time of Love was mostly shot in Istanbul, Turkey and the dialogues are both in Turkish and Persian. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.

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