is the fifth and final album of The New World of Leonard Nimoy Leonard Nimoy. Dot Records released the album in June 1970.
Background [ edit ]
Unlike the four previous albums, there was no production input from
Charles R. Grean or George Tipton. Instead, the production was provided by a crew of different producers, arrangers and engineers who gave the album a country sound. Nevertheless, the album featured Nimoy's theme of songs about the human condition, love, and people living together in the world.
Track listing [ edit ]
Side one [ edit ]
"Time To Get It Together" (Smokey Roberds)
Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town" ( Mel Tillis) "The Mayor of Ma's Cafe" (Paul Hampton)
I Walk the Line" ( Johnny Cash) "I Finally Saw the Two of You Today" (Bruce Belland, David Somerville)
"Mary's Near" (Allen Wayne, Henry Capps)
Side two [ edit ]
Abraham, Martin & John" ( Dick Holler) "
Proud Mary" ( John Fogerty) "
Let it Be Me" ( Gilbert Bécaud, Pierre Delanoë) "
Everybody's Talkin'" ( Fred Neil) "The Sun Will Rise" (Leonard Nimoy)
Put a Little Love in Your Heart" ( Jackie DeShannon, Randy James Myers, James E. Holiday)
Production [ edit ]
Produced by Steve Clark
Arranged by Ben Benay except "The Mayor Of Ma's Cafe," "Proud Mary," "The Sun Will Rise," and "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" by Mike Henderson
Recorded at Harmony Recorders, Hollywood, California
External links [ edit ]
Review of at maidenwine.com, a detailed Leonard Nimoy fan site. New World of Leonard Nimoy