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New Leonard NimoyOuter Space/Inner Mind ... LP
Famous Twinset, 1960s/1974. Used 2LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the most obscure Leonard Nimoy albums – but one of the grooviest too! The album appears to bring together tracks from some of Nimoy's 60s albums on Dot, but it also seems to include tracks that we'd never heard before – some incredibly groovy numbers that rank with his best work, and which offer up a delightful blend of vocals, pop, and space-themed tunes! Titles include "Theme From Star Trek", "I'd Love Making Love To You", "Sunny", "Put A Little Love In Your Heart", "Twinkle Twinkle Little Earth", "A Visit To A Sad Planet", "You Are Not Alone", "Spock Thoughts", "Gentle On My Mind", "Where Is Love", and "Music To Watch Space Girls By". Some nice instrumentals, too! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear and light staining.)
 
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VariousGreatest Hits From Outer Space ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 50s/1960s. New Copy ... $14.99
A mad mix of space-age instrumentals, groovy vocal tunes, and lots lots more – and definitely one of the coolest compilations we've ever seen! The cover states that "a galaxy of stars goes where no other compilation has ever gone before" – and we can definitely agree with that claim, given the unique feel of the music, and the wonderful assortment of tracks in the set! The set list draws on many different genres – early rock, offbeat country, easy instrumentals, sound library gems, and lots more – all to bring together a startling array of sounds that's more than enough to send you into outer space on your own. Weird tracks are mixed nicely with tuneful numbers – so that there's a really great sense of discovery as the set rolls on – a vibe that's as well-chosen as some of Ace Records' Halloween compilations, but in a sci fi sort of mode. Titles include "Armstrong" by John Stewart, "Destination Moon" by The Ames Brothers, "Lunar Rhapsody" by Les Baxter, "Happy Blues For John Glenn" by Lightnin Hopkins, "Theme From Star Trek" by Leonard Nimoy, "Everyone's Gone To The Moon" by Bobby Womack, "Doctor Who" by BBC Radiophonic Workshop, "Visa To The Stars" by Jean Jacques Perry & Gershon Kingsley, "Rocket To The Moon" by Moon Mullican, "Forbidden Planet" by David Rose, "Everybody Gets To Go To The Moon" by Themla Houston, and "Footprints On The Moon" by Johnny Harris. CD
 
 
 
 



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