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Leonard Cohen

13 years ago by Darryl Smyers
In 1967, there were many singers claiming to be poets, but Leonard Cohen was a real poet who was trying to be a singer. And although there are still critics who decry Cohen's singing ability, very few disparage the man's strengths as a wordsmith. These reissues of Cohen's first three...
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Building Leonard Cohen's Backing Band

11 years ago by Elliott Johnston
For 30 years now, Roscoe Beck has worked with Leonard Cohen. It started when Beck was 24, and his Austin group, Passenger, got a call to play on Cohen's 1979 LP, Recent Songs, an album that marked a return to the Old World folk that gave Cohen's early records their...
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Leonard Cohen: Live in London

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Musical
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Leonard Cohen - Songs From The Road

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Musical
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Over The Weekend: Leonard Cohen at Nokia Theatre

11 years ago by Pete Freedman
[Didn't get around to doing a Last Night review of the Leonard Cohen show over the weekend, but I'd be remiss to let the day go by without recapping it to some extent. So here goes...]Leonard CohenNokia Theatre, Grand PrairieApril 3, 2009Better than: Pretty much anything.In total, Leonard Cohen treated...
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Distant Gig Alert: Leonard Cohen To Play Nokia Theatre On April 3

11 years ago by Pete Freedman
Leonard Cohen, whose music, among other things, remains the sole reason why 1990's Pump up the Volume is worth watching, will be stopping through town on Friday, April 3, for a performance at Nokia Theatre in Grand Prairie.Tickets go on sale a week from today, at 10 a.m., through Ticketmaster...
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Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man

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Documentary, Musical
If you can't think of a crisis in your life that's tied to a Leonard Cohen song, then Canadian director Lian Lunson's velvety, exuberantly hagiographic film of a 2005 Sydney tribute concert to the Prince of Pain may not be the movie for you. If you can, the experience will be weepy bliss. The concert shows off Cohen's unifying influence on an...
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Sarah Jaffe Covers Leonard Cohen For The Latest Gutterth Podcast. Also: A Giveaway!

10 years ago by Pete Freedman
As far as local podcasts go, it's real tough to beat the Gutterth Podcast, which this week released its 14th installment since launching in the spring of 2009. The new one's kind of a doozie, too, featuring previously unreleased tracks from Glen Farris, New Science Projects, The Angelus, Sabra Laval...
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