A record album, produced and arranged by Charles R. Grean. The front cover is a generic publicity still of Spock holding a model of the Enterprise. The back cover has a picture of Leonard Nimoy and the following text:
LEONARD NIMOY... portrays Mr. Spock, the science
officer and first officer on the U.S.S "ENTERPRISE," seen
traveling through the galaxies on "STAR TREK". Nimoy
is an extremely versatile actor, having appeared in at
least 100 TV shows, a number of major motion pictures, and stage productions. He has long enjoyed
music and his taste varies from Bach to Beatles. A
year ago he made his singing debut in a stage
production of "Irma La Douce" with Juliet
Prouse -- until that time his singing had been limited to the shower and to parties where he accompanied himself on folk guitar. When approached to
do an album of songs and readings for Dot, Nimoy
welcomed the opportunity of presenting Mr. Spock's
debut in the world of music.
- Theme from "Star Trek"
- Where is Love (from "Oliver")
- Music to Watch Space Girls By
- Beyond Antares
- Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Earth
- Mission Impossible
- Lost in the Stars
- Where No Man Has Gone Before
- You Are Not Alone
- A Visit To A Sad Planet
This album was once featured on Late Night with David Letterman. It has to be heard to be believed. Beware, however, it takes years to forget.