Unlike the first two albums, Nimoy stepped away from his Mr. Spock persona on this album. There are no science fiction or Spock themed songs, or outer space sound effects featured on the album. Instead, the album consists of folk songs. However, it is believed that the spoken word tracks, "Consilium" and "Where It's At" loosely tie into the Spock persona.
Arranged by George Tipton ("Both Sides Now", "If I Had A Hammer", "Here We Go 'Round Again" and "It's Getting Better"),
Arranged by Charles R. Grean ("Where It's At", "Billy Don't Play The Banjo Anymore", "Consilium" and "The Hitch-Hiker"), Ray Pohlman ("I'd Love Making Love To You" and "Please Don't Try To Change My Mind"), and Bill Stafford ("Sunny").