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Friday, November 24, 2017

MR. SPOCK'S MUSIC FROM OUTER SPACE

by Leonard Nimoy


DOT RECORDS
DLP 25794
STEREO
1967


SIDE A:



Theme From "Star Trek" (2:04)
Alien (1:57)
Where Is Love (1:50)
Music To Watch Space Girls By (2:17)
Beyond Antares (2:03)
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Earth (2:12)

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SIDE B:



Mission Impossible (1:58)
Lost In The Stars (2:25)
Where No Man Has Gone Before (2:24)
You Are Not Alone (2:02)
A Visit To A Sad Planet (2:50)

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Editor's note: Apparently you don't have to like Star Trek to enjoy Leonard Nimoy's albums. The other one that I have is good as well. It almost makes me want to find more but I won't seek it out unless it's way on the cheap. Like 25 cents cheap. I'll come across it eventually. It's a pretty rough copy but this is an archivist's post not a fucking hipster lounge. Buy your own shit if you don't like it.

2 comments:

Your Pal Doug said...

What a beautiful freaking weird album.
Thanks for sharing it.

Love your Editor's Note ending.
You're funny.

Doug

the said...

I attract hateful freeloaders who are offended by the recording quality and leave angry comments about them so I thought I'd hit back as a joke. Plus, it amused me and apparently you, too. Thanks for all the traffic from your blog.

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