1974, Joni Mitchell stops in the middle of performing "Both Sides Now" to talk about Star Trek:

"Did you ever used to watch that show called Star Trek? (cheers from crowd) Oh... I just had a flash of this show, that I saw while I was singing this tune. It was the only show where Dr. Spock ever got any emotion, right? You remember that one? It was really great because... " (jonimitchell.com/music/song.cf, she goes on to talk about Spock and clouds, just amazing)

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Joni Mitchell wrote "Both Sides, Now" in 1966 and other singers recorded versions before she did for her own album Clouds, in 1969. This includes Leonard Nimoy's 1968 version:

m.youtube.com/watch?v=Byp0Bf6G

@erinbee was there any song Leonard Nimoy didn't cover?

@srol He did not cover "In The Year 2525" by Zager and Evans, which is a bit of a disappointment

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