Mr. William Shatner has many strings to his bow. Beyond acting, writing, and directing, he is also a commercially viable audio artist with many albums and performances to his name. In this episode of Melodic Treks, we delve into the world of musical Shatner from his first album in 1968 to his most recent in 2013. The man has continued to perform and record his own unique style of music, delivered as only he can, and this in itself adds to the unique nature of his musical intepretations. From Transformed Man to Ponder the Mystery via the Rocket Man and a tribute to George Lucas, journey with us through the singing career of William Shatner.
Running Time: 39 minutes 4 seconds
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A Transformed Man (1:16)
Musical Adverts (5:47)
Rocket Man (7:29)
A Varied Work Diet (14:08)
Common People (18:59)
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