Leonard Cohen

POP FOLK USA & CANADA 1960s: link

Thanks for the dance

 

Many songs of the Canadian poet Leonard Cohen (1934 Quebec – 2016 Los Angeles) carry scents of perfection, like those composed during his 1960s stay in the beautiful little Saronic island of Hydra, Greece (cf. link), those of his comeback to mass success in 1984-92 or those of the 2001-2016 period, when Cohen was 67 to 82 years old. His discography of 15 studio albums includes the post-mortem LP ‘Thanks for the dance‘ (2019).

2019 THANKS FOR THE DANCE –   Happens to the heart  ∙  Moving on  ∙  Thanks for the dance  ∙  The hills  ∙  2016 YOU WANT IT DARKER –   Leaving the table  ∙  Traveling light  ∙  You want it darker  ∙  2014 POPULAR PROBLEMS –   Almost like the blues  ∙  You got me singing  ∙  2012 OLD IDEAS –   Going home  ∙  Show me the place  ∙  Darkness  ∙  Come healing  ∙  2004 DEAR HEATHER –    Because of  ∙  Morning glory  ∙  Dear Heather  ∙  2001 TEN NEW SONGS –   ∙  In my secret life  ∙  Here it is  ∙  By the rivers Dark  ∙ 

1992 THE FUTURE –  Closing time  ∙  Waiting for the miracle  ∙  1988 I’M YOUR MAN – First we take Manhattan  ∙  Everybody knows  ∙  I’m your man  ∙  Take this waltz  ∙  1984 VARIOUS POSITIONS –   Dance me to the end of love  ∙  Hallelujah  ∙  1979 RECENT SONGS –   Our lady of solitude  ∙  1977 DEATH OF A LADIES’ MAN –   True love leaves no traces  ∙  Don’t go home with your hard-on  ∙  1974 NEW SKIN FOR THE OLD CEREMONY –   Chelsea Hotel No. 2  ∙  Lover lover lover  ∙  Who by fire  ∙  Take this longing  ∙  1971 SONGS OF LOVE AND HATE –   Avalanche  ∙  Famous blue raincoat  ∙  Joan of Arc  ∙ 

1969 SONGS FROM A ROOM –   Bird on the wire  ∙  Story of Isaac  ∙  A bunch of lonesome heroes  ∙  The partisan  ∙  Seems so long ago, Nancy  ∙  You know who I am  ∙  Tonight will be fine  ∙  1967 LEONARD COHEN –  Suzanne  ∙  Master song  ∙  Winter lady  ∙  The stranger song  ∙  Sisters of mercy  ∙  So long, Marianne  ∙  Hey, that’s no way to say goodbye  ∙  Teachers  ∙  One of us cannot be wrong  ∙  Blessed is the memory  ∙   

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