This isn't to say that the album is all bad. Everybody's Talkin' is heartfelt, and most songs retain Nimoy's optimism concerning the human condition. The best track, The Sun Will Rise, written by Nimoy, would have felt at home on either of his two previous releases. It's a psychedelic production remniscent of The Age of Aquarius by The 5th Dimension. Even the Folksmen's parody, Children of The Sun (from the movie A Mighty Wind) sounds influenced by this song, only Nimoy's was and remains the real thing.
Stand out tracks Everybody's Talkin', The Sun Will Rise and Abraham, Martin & John.