Tag Archives: Leonard Cohen

New Courtney Barnett video: So Long, Marianne

Video: Courtney Barnett — “So Long, Marianne” (MTV Unplugged Live In Melbourne) Courtney Barnett – So Long, Marianne (MTV Unplugged Live In Melbourne)Watch this video on YouTube From MTV Unplugged (Live In Melbourne), out now on Milk! Records, Marathon Artists and Mom+Pop. Courtney Barnett is great. Leonard Cohen is great. What’s not to love? Like … Continue reading New Courtney Barnett video: So Long, Marianne

50 Years Ago in Rolling Stone: Issue 6

Issue #6 had a cover date of February 24, 1968. 24 pages. 25 cents. It contained a five-page spread called “It Happened in 1967” wherein Wenner was already mythologizing the year his magazine would spend the next 50 years celebrating. It was presented as an annual news wrap-up/mock election/awards presentation. The “awards” given out: • … Continue reading 50 Years Ago in Rolling Stone: Issue 6

New Leonard Cohen video: Leaving the Table

Video: Leonard Cohen — “Leaving the Table” Leonard Cohen – Leaving the TableWatch this video on YouTube From You Want It Darker, out now on Columbia Records. I should’ve gone and seen Leonard Cohen when he started touring again in 2008. A dear friend of mine saw him at the Chicago Theatre in 2009 and … Continue reading New Leonard Cohen video: Leaving the Table

Leonard Cohen’s kid is pretty good

MP3: Adam Cohen – “What Other Guy” from Like A Man, due April 3 on Decca (UMG). Who would’ve guessed? I can only thinkf of a handful of good musicians whose parents were famous artists. The Nelson twins? Nope. Wilson Phillips? Nope. Arguments could certainly be made for Jeff Buckley, Rufus Wainright, and Charlotte Gainsbourg. … Continue reading Leonard Cohen’s kid is pretty good

Leonard Cohen – Live in Manhattan

NPR has a live Leonard Cohen show from the Beacon Theatre in Manhattan. It’s not the complete set, but it’s a great collection of songs: “Dance Me to the End of Love” “The Future” “Chelsea Hotel” “Tower of Song” “Suzanne” “The Partisan” “Hallelujah” “Recitation With N.L.” “Take This Waltz” “So Long Marianne” “First We Take … Continue reading Leonard Cohen – Live in Manhattan

Leonard Cohen’s Laws of Business

Leonard Cohen’s Seven Immutable Laws of Business: “There’s nothing you can do behind your desk that can’t be more effectively accomplished with a beautiful, long-haired, chain-smoking woman lying naked next to you in bed.” Truer words have never been said. Via lhb.