Offered for sale is a sealed stereo copy of the 1967 LP by Leonard Nimoy, entitled The Two Sides of Leonard Nimoy.
Albums by celebrities were quite common in the 1960s; if you had a TV show, you were usually expected to record an album. Among the cast of Star Trek, William Shatner, Nichelle Nichols and Leonard Nimoy released albums in the 1960s and Nimoy actually release four.
The Two Sides of Leonard Nimoy, his second LP for Dot, is a mixture of spoken word pieces (as done by Spock) and songs (as sung by Nimoy.) Tracks include “Amphibious Assault”, “The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins” and the then-ubiquitous “Gentile on My Mind.”
The copy offered for sale is a stereo copy and is still sealed and the record is presumably new and unplayed. There is a punch hole in the upper right hand corner and a 2″ square piece of missing shrinkwrap where a price sticker was probably once attached. Aside from this, the wrap is tight with no other rips and tears.
Here’s a spoken word track from the album: