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<i>Time to Think</i> (Mo Foster album) live album by Mo Foster

Time to Think is Mo Foster's third solo album.

<i>Time to Think</i> (The Kingston Trio album) 1963 studio album by The Kingston Trio

Time to Think is an album by the American folk music group the Kingston Trio, released in 1963. It reached number 18 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart, only the third of the Trio's fifteen albums released since 1958 not to reach the top ten. The lead-off single was "Ally Ally Oxen Free" b/w "Marcelle Vahine", released in November 1963. Two more singles were released from the album in 1964 — "Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream" b/w "The Patriot Game" and "Seasons of the Sun" b/w "If You Don't Look Around", the latter the final single the trio would release on the Capitol label.

<i>Time to Think</i> (Sarah Whatmore album) 2009 studio album by Sarah Whatmore

Time to Think is the first studio album by British pop singer-songwriter Sarah Whatmore. It was released in the United Kingdom on 23 March 2009. It features the singles "Smile" and "Undefined".

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