The New World of Leonard Nimoy

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The New World of Leonard Nimoy
Studio album by Leonard Nimoy
Released June 1970
Genre Folk music
Country music
Label Dot
Producer Steve Clark
Leonard Nimoy chronology
The Touch of Leonard Nimoy
(1969)
The New World of Leonard Nimoy
(1970)

The New World of Leonard Nimoy is the fifth and final album to date of 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]

  1. "Time To Get It Together" (Smokey Roberds)
  2. "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town" (Mel Tillis)
  3. "The Mayor of Ma's Cafe" (Paul Hampton)
  4. "I Walk the Line" (Johnny Cash)
  5. "I Finally Saw the Two of You Today" (Bruce Belland, David Somerville)
  6. "Mary's Near" (Wayne, Capps)

Side two[edit]

  1. "Abraham, Martin & John" (Dick Holler)
  2. "Proud Mary" (John Fogerty)
  3. "Let it Be Me" (Gilbert Bécaud, Pierre Delanoë)
  4. "Everybody's Talkin'" (Fred Neil)
  5. "The Sun Will Rise" (Leonard Nimoy)
  6. "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 New World of Leonard Nimoy at maidenwine.com, a detailed Leonard Nimoy fan site.