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Leonard Nimoy - 1968 - The Two Sides of Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Simon Nimoy is an American actor, film director, poet, musician and photographer. Nimoy's most famous role is that of Spock in the original Star Trek series 1966–1969, multiple films, television and video game sequels. During and following Star Trek, Nimoy also released five albums of vocal recordings on Dot Records, including Trek-related songs such as "Highly Illogical", and cover versions of popular tunes, such as "Proud Mary". The albums were popular and resulted in numerous live appearances and promotional record signings that attracted crowds of fans in the thousands. The early recordings were produced by Charles Grean, who may be best known for his version of "Quentin's Theme" from the mid-sixties goth soap opera Dark Shadows. These recordings are generally regarded as unintentionally camp, though his tongue-in-cheek performance of "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" received a fair amount of airplay when Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings films were released. (Old vinyl rip - SOW)

A1 - Highly Illogical
A2 - The Difference Between Us
A3 - Once I Smiled
A4 - Spock Thoughts
A5 - By Myself
A6 - Follow Your Star
A7 - Amphibious Assault
B1 - The Ballad Of Bilbo Baggins
B2 - Cotton Candy
B3 - Gentle On My Mind
B4 - Miranda
B5 - If I Were A Carpenter
B6 - Love Of The Common People

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