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Live Songs Cd Imported

Leonard Cohen was right in the middle of a career peak when he released 1973's LIVE SONGS, which came in between two titanic studio albums, SONGS OF LOVE & HATE and NEW SKIN FOR THE OLD CEREMONY. But since much of the album was recorded during a 1970 tour, it consists mostly of songs from his se...
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Leonard Cohen was right in the middle of a career peak when he<br /> released 1973&#39;s LIVE SONGS, which came in between two titanic<br /> studio albums, SONGS OF LOVE & HATE and NEW SKIN FOR THE OLD<br /> CEREMONY. But since much of the album was recorded during a 1970<br /> tour, it consists mostly of songs from his second album, SONGS FROM<br /> A ROOM. An ensemble including Charlie Daniels on fiddle and<br /> Jennifer Warnes on backing vocals lends a good amount of oomph to<br /> these tunes, but previously unreleased songs like Queen Victoria<br /> and Please Don&#39;t Pass Me By (which never made it onto a studio<br /> album) are among the most visceral and striking. Cohen would go on<br /> to release three more live albums over the years, but this is<br /> probably the best.

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Artist

Leonard Cohen

Format

Audio CD

Label

Columbia Europe

Release Date

19920617

Manufacturer

Columbia

Leonard Cohen was right in the middle of a career peak when he
released 1973's LIVE SONGS, which came in between two titanic
studio albums, SONGS OF LOVE & HATE and NEW SKIN FOR THE OLD
CEREMONY. But since much of the album was recorded during a 1970
tour, it consists mostly of songs from his second album, SONGS FROM
A ROOM. An ensemble including Charlie Daniels on fiddle and
Jennifer Warnes on backing vocals lends a good amount of oomph to
these tunes, but previously unreleased songs like Queen Victoria
and Please Don't Pass Me By (which never made it onto a studio
album) are among the most visceral and striking. Cohen would go on
to release three more live albums over the years, but this is
probably the best.
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Leonard Cohen was right in the middle of a career peak when he
released 1973's LIVE SONGS, which came in between two titanic
studio albums, SONGS OF LOVE & HATE and NEW SKIN FOR THE OLD
CEREMONY. But since much of the album was recorded during a 1970
tour, it consists mostly of songs from his second album, SONGS FROM
A ROOM. An ensemble including Charlie Daniels on fiddle and
Jennifer Warnes on backing vocals lends a good amount of oomph to
these tunes, but previously unreleased songs like Queen Victoria
and Please Don't Pass Me By (which never made it onto a studio
album) are among the most visceral and striking. Cohen would go on
to release three more live albums over the years, but this is
probably the best.

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