8 Replies to “ Leonard Nimoy - A Visit To A Sad Planet (Vinyl) ”

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Leonard Nimoy - A Visit To A Sad Planet at Discogs. Complete your Leonard Nimoy collection.3/5(3).
  2. A Visit To A Sad Planet. Leonard Nimoy. From the Album Spaced Out - The Best of Leonard Nimoy & William Shatner out of 5 stars 1 rating. Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to chacagezelbiesquat.onbreadimimelsemulchiroponcparri.co (US 5/5(1).
  3. A spoken-word track done by Leonard Nimoy, in character as Mr. Spock, as he encounters a runaway planet. Beaming down to investigate, he gets the realization that this planet .
  4. 7" Single on 45cat: Leonard Nimoy - A Visit To A Sad Planet / Theme From "Star Trek" - Dot - USA -
  5. Leonard Nimoy's Mr. Spock was unquestionably the most popular character on the original Star Trek series. His first record album, Leonard Nimoy Presents Mr. Spock's Music from Outer Space, was originally released in June on Dot Records. This entertaining and campy album has long been out of print on vinyl, and is a cult classic favorite for all Star Trek aficionados and lovers of Space in.
  6. A Visit To A Sad Planet: B6: Consilium: B7: Spock Thoughts: C1: I'd Love Making Love To You: C2: Sunny: C3: Both Sides Now: C4: Love Is Sweeter: C5: Put A Little Love In Your Heart: D1: Abraham, Martin & John: D2: Proud Mary: D3: Everybody's Talkin' D4: Gentle On My Mind: D5: If I .
  7. "A Visit to a Sad Planet" (Charles R. Grean, Don Christopher) "A Visit to a Sad Planet" was released as a single, with "Theme from Star Trek" on the b-side. It became Nimoy's only hit single, reaching number on the Billboard chart. The album itself reached number 83 .
  8. In December , when it became apparent that the original Star Trek was developing a strong following in spite of low Nielsen ratings, Dot Records approached the producers of the show. The result was the signing of Leonard Nimoy to that label. Dot Records was a subsidiary of Paramount Pictures, and both Paramount and Desilu - the studio producing Star Trek - were acquired by Gulf+Western.

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