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Here It Is: A Tribute To Leonard Cohen

    4-time GRAMMY-winning producer Larry Klein, who produced Herbie Hancock’s GRAMMY Album of the Year winning release River: The Joni Letters, has assembled another extraordinary star-studded project with Here It Is: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen. This heartfelt tribute to Klein’s dear friend, the legendary singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, presents stunning renditions of his profound songs by an impressive and eclectic line-up of guest vocalists including James Taylor, Iggy Pop, Mavis Staples, Norah Jones, Gregory Porter, Peter Gabriel, Nathaniel Rateliff, David Gray, Sarah McLachlan, and Luciana Souza. The backing band is no less impressive featuring a remarkable quintet of modern jazz talent including guitarist Bill Frisell, saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins, pianist Kevin Hays, bassist Scott Colley, and drummer Nate Smith.


    1. Steer Your Way - Norah Jones
    2. Here It Is - Peter Gabriel
    3. Suzanne - Gregory Porter
    4. Hallelujah - Sarah McLachlan
    5. Avalanche - Immanuel Wilkins
    6. Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye - Luciana Souza
    7. Coming Back To You - James Taylor
    8. You Want It Darker - Iggy Pop
    9. If It Be Your Will - Mavis Staples
    10. Seems So Long Ago, Nancy - David Gray
    11. Famous Blue Raincoat - Nathaniel Rateliff
    12. Bird On The Wire - Bill Frisell

    Leonard Cohen

    A Ballet Of Lepers : A Novel And Stories

      An unprecedented glimpse into the formation of the legendary talent of Leonard Cohen. Before the celebrated late-career world tours, before the Grammy awards, before the chart-topping albums, before 'Hallelujah' and 'So Long, Marianne' and 'Famous Blue Raincoat', the young Leonard Cohen wrote poetry and fiction and yearned for literary stardom. In A Ballet of Lepers, readers will discover that the magic that animated Cohen's unforgettable body of work was present from the very beginning.

      Written between 1956 in Montreal, just as Cohen was publishing his first poetry collection, and 1961, when he'd settled on Greece's Hydra island, the pieces in this collection offer startling insight into Cohen's imagination and creative process, and explore themes that would permeate his later work, from shame and unworthiness to sexual desire to longing, whether for love, family, freedom or transcendence. The titular novel, A Ballet of Lepers - one he later remarked was 'probably a better novel' than his celebrated book The Favourite Game - is a haunting examination of these elements, while the fifteen stories, as well as the playscript, probe the inner demons of his characters, many of whom could function as stand-ins for the author himself. Meditative, surprising, playful and provocative, A Ballet of Lepers is vivid in its detail, unsparing in its gaze, and reveals the great artist and visceral genius like never before.

      Leonard Cohen

      Hallelujah & Songs From His Albums

        Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah & Songs from His Albums is the first-ever official, career spanning album from songwriter, musician, poet, novelist, and visual artist Leonard Cohen. Comprised of 17 classic tracks from Cohen’s expansive career, this anthology features an unreleased and unforgettable live performance of “Hallelujah” from the 2008 Glastonbury Festival. The album is inspired by the new documentary, Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen a Journey, a Song.


        SIDE A 
        1 Hallelujah (Live At Glastonbury)
        2 Suzanne 
        3 Bird On The Wire 
        4 Famous Blue Raincoat
        SIDE B
        1 Chelsea Hotel #2 
        2 Who By Fire 
        3 Dance Me To The End Of Love
        4 I'm Your Man  
        SIDE C
        1 Anthem
        2 The Future
        3 In My Secret Life
        4 Recitation W/ N.L. (Live In London)
        SIDE D
        1 Show Me The Place
        2 Come Healing
        3 You Got Me Singing
        4 You Want It Darker
        5 Thanks For The Dance

        Leonard Cohen

        Songs Of Love And Hate - 50th Anniversary Edition.

          On the 'We Are Vinyl' label' - This is the 50th anniversary edition of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen's third studio album. Produced by Bob Johnston, the album was originally released in March 1971 through Columbia Records. An x8 song album, pressed on 180gm heavyweight, Black LP Vinyl.


          Last Year's Man
          Dress Rehearsal Rag
          Diamonds In The Mine
          Love Calls You By Your Name
          Famous Blue Raincoat
          Sing Another Song, Boys
          Joan Of Arc

          Leonard Cohen

          Songs Of Love & Hate - Black Friday Edition



            This special RSD 50th anniversary edition of Leonard Cohen's third studio album, Songs of Love and Hate is pressed on 180g opaque white vinyl, with updated / re-typeset embossed packaging which includes a brand new 8- page 12x12 lyric booklet. The audio has been sourced from the original analogue tapes via a new direct digital transfer and the album jacket replicates the original package.

            Leonard Cohen

            Thanks For The Dance

              In a posthumous new album, Leonard Cohen has robbed death of the last word. 'Thanks for the Dance' is not a commemorative collection of B sides and outtakes, but an unexpected harvest of new songs, exciting and vital, a continuation of the master's final work.

              Seven months after his father passed, Adam Cohen retreated to a converted garage in his backyard down the street from Leonard's house, to work with his father again, to stay in the company of his voice. From their previous collaboration on 'You Want It Darker' there remained bare musical sketches, at times little more than vocals. Leonard had asked his son to bring these works to completion.

              "In composing and arranging the music for his words, we chose his most characteristic musical signatures, in this way keeping him with us" - Adam Cohen

              STAFF COMMENTS

              Andy says: Brand new songs, NOT odds'n'sods and leftovers; this record feature material L.Cohen was working on in the months before his death. Who better to bring them to fruition than his son, Adam.

              TRACK LISTING

              1. Happens To The Heart
              2. Moving On
              3. The Night Of Santiago
              4. Thanks For The Dance
              5. It's Torn
              6. The Goal
              7. Puppets
              8. The Hills
              9. Listen To The Hummingbird

              Leonard Cohen

              I'm Your Man

                180g vinyl repress of Leonard Cohen’s 1998 album which Includes “First We Take Manhattan” and “Everybody Knows”. His eighth LP, and one that marked the move to a more modern sound, encompassing synthesizer in many of the compositions. It reached no. 1 in many European countries, catapulting Cohen into a best-selling artist. A highly acclaimed album, right across the board, it was voted 495 in the third edition of Colin Larkin’s ‘All Time Top 1000 Albums’ in 2000.

                Leonard Cohen

                Songs Of Leonard Cohen - 180g Legacy Vinyl Edition

                  By the time Leonard Cohen began his recording career in 1967, the iconoclastic Canadian troubadour was already well established as a poet and author. He quickly emerged as one of the era's most original and influential singer-songwriters, building a large and legendary body of work that continues to inspire artists and listeners alike. Much of Cohen's reputation and mystique was established by his early work for Columbia Records, particularly the five albums he recorded between 1967 and 1974. Now, these five classic albums, unavailable on vinyl for two decades, have been lovingly restored to their original LP format. For their new Sundazed editions, all five albums have been meticulously remastered and have been sourced from the original Columbia Records stereo masters in order to preserve the sound of the original albums. In keeping with the exacting standards for which Sundazed has become known, each album is pressed on high-definition vinyl, with complete original cover art.

                  1967's "Songs of Leonard Cohen" is one of the decade's most audacious debut albums, with producer John Simon's artful arrangements animating such haunting Cohen standards as "Suzanne", "Sisters Of Mercy" and "So Long, Marianne".

                  STAFF COMMENTS

                  Darryl says: The word classic springs to mind!!! A haunting masterpiece - "Suzanne", "Sisters Of Mercy", "So Long, Marianne" what more needs to be said - shut the door to the rain, get your PJ's on and croon along..

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1 Suzanne
                  2 Master Song
                  3 Winter Lady
                  4 The Stranger Song
                  5 Sisters Of Mercy
                  6 So Long, Marianne
                  7 Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye
                  8 Stories Of The Street
                  9 Teachers
                  10 One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong

                  "Popular Problems" is the 13th studio album from legendary singer-songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen, who celebrates his 80th birthday the day after release. A dynamic album of 9 songs, produced by Patrick Leonard and mixed by Jesse E. String and Bill Bottrell.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. Slow
                  2. Almost Like The Blues
                  3. Samson In New Orleans
                  4. A Street
                  5. Did I Ever Love You
                  6. My Oh My
                  7. Nevermind
                  8. Born In Chains
                  9. You Got Me Singing

                  Leonard Cohen

                  Songs Of Leonard Cohen

                    'A breathtaking and perfect debut, "Songs of Leonard Cohen" marked the emergence of one of the most enduring, unique, and brilliant voices in popular music. Led off by the gorgeous "Suzanne," previously a hit for both Judy Collins and Noel Harrison, the album is an exposed nerve, a Fellini-esque parade of losers, victims, and fallen angels. Brittle and unforgiving, tracks like "So Long, Marianne," "Winter Lady," and "Sisters of Mercy" are unflinchingly honest and desolate; the subdued beauty of the songs' spartan backdrop only adds to their force — Cohen takes acoustic folk, for so long a musical expression of empowerment and hope, and bleeds it dry of all its redemptive qualities. A masterpiece of perversity and pain.'

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