TrekMovie was excited to receive exclusive clips from the new CD by Larry “Dr. Trek” Nemecek, TREKLAND: On Speaker Volume 2. In the new CD, available for $21.99 on the Trekland Blog, you’ll hear direct from some of Trek’s greatest including Ronald D. Moore, Michael Piller, and more. What’s special about this CD series is that you’re getting a unique perspective — you’re hearing from the people who made Trek while they were making it. The audio is from conversations way back when — in the 90’s. Hit the jump to hear some clips from the new CD.
How to follow up Volume 1? All good things…
After the great success of TREKLAND On Speaker Volume 1, Larry was left with a conundrum: what to follow up with for Volume 2? Of course, everyone loves the Next Generation finale episode, “All Good Things…”, and that’s exactly where Larry’s new volume takes us. Right into the heart of the creation of the episode straight from the minds of the people who made it.
Introduction to Volume 2
Michael Piller, Executive Producer Star Trek: The Next Generation, co-creator of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager
Michael Piller is best known for co-writing the TNG episode “The Best of Both Worlds” and executive produced the TNG finale episode “All Good Things…”. The clip below is of a phone conversation between Larry and Michael on the 10th anniversary of TNG in 1997.
Clip of Michael Piller during a phone conversation in 1997
From TREKLAND On Speaker Vol 1, Future Voices, Passed
Ronald D. Moore, Writer/Producer Star Trek: The Next Generation, Producer Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Co-writer Star Trek Generations, Star Trek: First Contact
Ronald D. Moore is well known for writing many Next Generation episodes, from his first script “The Bonding” to the series’ finale “All Good Things…”.
Clip of Ronald D. Moore in 1994
From TREKLAND On Speaker Vol 2, “All Good Things…” Words & Deeds
A Great Holiday Gift: TREKLAND On Speaker Vol. 2
Your last day to order TREKLAND CDs to have them to you by December 24th is Tuesday December 17th. Get your copy for $21.99 (or save $4 when you buy both) from the Trekland Blog.