This album is a fantastic treat, the true definition of a "hidden gem." I'm not entirely sure why I first purchased this album on its release. Maybe because I was so into Ben Folds at the time (this album is produced by Folds.) I had heard William Shatner's previous attempts at "singing" so I was not expecting much besides something to laugh at and listen to every once in awhile. However, this album became one that I have listened to regularly for the last decade. Folds did a wonderful job pulling great emotion from Shatner and focusing more on a spoken-word vibe for the album instead of trying to force Shatner into singing. There is comedy, there is sadness, there is truth, and there is music. I've told anyone who'd listen for the last decade that this album would one day get the recognition it deserves, so it's worth at least one listen.
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