Time to Think (Mo Foster album)

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Time to Think
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Live album by
RecordedJuly 28–29, 1999
VenueSt. Michael's Church, Summertown, Oxford, England
Genre Jazz fusion, rock, ambient
Label Primrose Hill
Producer Mo Foster
Mo Foster chronology
Southern Reunion
Time to Think
Live at Blues West 14

Time to Think is a live album by Mo Foster. Most of the tracks were written while Foster was on a trip to New Zealand. The album was conceived as a soundscape of acoustic instruments and to that end was recorded in a small Oxfordshire church that was chosen for its acoustics.


Track listing

  1. "Its About That Time of Day" – 5:29
  2. "Leo" – 5:37
  3. "Omapere Dawn" – 4:35
  4. "On Frith Street" – 5:42
  5. "Mangonui" – 6:27
  6. "Guardians" – 5:59
  7. "Waves II" – 1:48
  8. "Shades of Grey" – 3:49
  9. "Let's Go On Somewhere" – 5:38
  10. "The Long Man of Wilmington" – 6:16
  11. "A Notional Anthem" – 5:05
  12. "Time to Think" – 3:32


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