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While William Shatner was working on a certain ratings-deprived television series involving intergalactic exploration, he spent his off-hours at the studio recording this gem. Combining popular songs of the era with Shakespeare and some of the trippiest "you have to hear them to believe them" arrangements ever recorded. Like Star Trek, it's cult following continued growing after it's initial run, and it has since become one of the most legendary celebrity records of all time. With the release of his new Shout! Factory album, Has Been, and his recent Emmyr-award and starring role in The Practice's high profile spin-off TV series, Boston Legal, with James Spader, interest in William Shatner has never been higher. This timely re-issue will surely be a must-have for fans both old and new for years to come.
Pure brilliance. DO YOU HEAR ME, MR. TAMBOURINE MAN?????Published 2 months ago by Kennedy P. Higdon
I purchased the record (remember those) in 1968 and some years later, before the CD was available, had William Shatner autograph the album cover at a Star Trek Convention. Read morePublished 13 months ago by rose aiello
Okay, I'm probably the only guy to give this five stars, but I already knew what I was getting into here. This is an... interesting recording. Mr. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Russ Mannex
This is the greatest album ever recorded by a human being in the history of mankind. William Shatner's inimitable voice recites some of the most famous speeches and poems ever... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael King
Had it signed by the Maestro himself!
The quality of the vinyl and cover was consistent with the description.
Only likable as an artifact from an interesting man of an interesting time. It is half-way between utter ridiculousness and high camp. Read morePublished 21 months ago by SH
SUPER DUPER GREAT PRODUCT, GO FOR GOLD, YOU'RE IN IT TO WIN THIS IS IT AND DO IT WELL BUY THIS ITEM! 19 WORDS TO FILL THE REVIEW WOOT! WOOT!Published on December 31, 2012 by Colin E. Smemo