Here's a little oddity I found at a Salvation Army a while back. Leonard Nimoy was better known as TV's Spock from Star Trek, if you didn't already know that. This is a interesting listen, a little square at times, but fun. The first track is beautiful in my opinion. And there are a couple insightful narratives on love and the "answer" as well.
Often put off as a novelty, Nimoy's music has some intriguing qualities to it. I personally dig it a lot, hope you will too.
01 i love making love to you
02 please don't try to change my mind
04 where it's at
05 both sides now
06 if i had a hammer
07 here we go 'round again
08 billy don't play the banjo anymore
09 it's getting better
11 love is sweeter
12 the hitch-hiker
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Posted by phoneyfresh at 7:54 PM