Spaced Out: The Best of Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner ()

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One of the true ultimates in so-bad-it's-sublime listening. This collection culls the most interesting results of the famously bad recording careers of Star Trek's Kirk and Spock, both of whom recorded albums in the late 1960s. William Shatner's seven cuts all stem from his notorious album The Transformed Man, which the liner notes here aptly describe as "a bewildering collision of Dylan, Shakespeare, and the Beatles, narrated over a strangely disconnected free-for-all." Leonard Nimoy, meanwhile, gets considerably more ...

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  1. King Henry the Fifth
  2. Elegy for the Brave
  3. Highly Illogical
  4. If I Had a Hammer
  5. Mr. Tambourine Man
  6. Where Is Love
  7. Music to Watch Space Girls By
  8. It Was a Very Good Year
  9. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town
  10. Hamlet
  11. A Visit to a Sad Planet
  12. Abraham, Martin and John
  13. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds
  14. If I Was a Carpenter
  15. How Insensitive
  16. I'd Love Making Love to You
  17. Put a Little Love in Your Heart
  18. Sunny
  19. Gentle on My Mind
  20. I Walk the Line
  21. Ballad of Bilbo Baggins
  22. Everybody's Talkin'
  23. Both Sides Now
  24. Spock Thoughts
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Spaced Out: The Best of Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner
1999, MCA

UPC: 008811936129

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Spaced Out: The Best of Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner
1998, Universal Distribution

UPC: 602438045525

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