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Page Artiste Leonard Cohen


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  • Album vinyle (21 juillet 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Music on Vinyl
  • ASIN : B0058NSDF8
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.7 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. Minute Prologue
  2. Passing Through
  3. You Know Who I Am
  4. Bird On The Wire
  5. Nancy
  6. Improvisation
  7. Story Of Isaac
  8. Please Don't Pass Me By (A Disgrace)
  9. Tonight Will Be Fine
  10. Queen Victoria

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Description du produit

180 grams audiophile vinyl / 2011 Remastered Edition

Biographie de l'artiste

When Cohen became known as a musician in his late 30's with his albums 'Songs Of Leonard Cohen' and the sophomore 'Songs From A Room', people were surprised that his music seemed to come out fully formed. Many were familiar with his work as an author and poet, but did not know that he had been a musician for most of his life. For Cohen, making music was another way to bring his poetry to the people. The dark thrall of his songs portray an artist that is ever able to trace the hidden contours of love, lust, sex, religion, politics and history. 'Live Songs' was released in 1973; Cohen's fourth album was a collection of recordings made at a number of concerts in Europe between 1970 and 1973. The collection consists of songs from 1969's 'Songs From A Room', such as 'Bird On A Wire', 'Story of Isaak' and a new version of 'Seems So Long Ago, 'Nancy' (now simply dubbed 'Nancy'), and a number of new songs. The epic climax is unmistakably the 13-minute 'Please Don t Pass Me By (A Disgrace)', in which Cohen describes his personal descent into hell & oblivion. The song tormented Cohen to such a degree that he rarely sang it again. A beautiful collection of songs that shows Cohen in his most raw & vulnerable moments...


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Format: CD
Cet album est l'occasion d'entendre des versions sensiblement différentes de certaines chansons, notamment de "Tonight will be fine" (très bonne par ailleurs). Il y en a d'autres qui n'existent que sur ce disque : "Passing through", "Don't pass me by" ou "Queen Victoria". En gros, pas un chef d'oeuvre mais très bon.
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Par CAHLIREV TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 23 janvier 2013
Format: CD
Ce disque sortie en 1974 est une compilation de morceaux joués en concert par le grand Leonard Cohen.
Ici nous retrouvons ni plus ni moins que onze splendides morceaux enregistrés lors de tournées s’étalant de 1970 à 72 dans différentes ville telles Paris salle Pleyel ou encore Londres Bruxelles Berlin ou l’île de Wight.

Un très très bon disque qui ravira les fans et convaincra les indécis, mais également un extraordinaire document qui permet de comparer l’évolution du chanteur avec trente années de recules sur son excellent Live à LONDRES paru en 2009 ,encore un cd de très grande qualité de Monsieur COHEN !.
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Par corinne le 24 novembre 2011
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Que cela fait du bien de réentendre Léonard Cohen, ce chanteur septuagénaire a gardé sa voix suave !!! Live songs
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HASH(0x938015a0) étoiles sur 5 Cohen at his sloppiest, bleakest, finest hour 9 janvier 2000
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Format: CD
This Columbia import has a 'made in Australia' sticker on it, and was the '13.49' version offered in the Amazon catalogue. I have to wonder about the quality of the '17.99' version, because the cheaper one sounds awful compared to my somewhat distant memory of the vinyl issue. This Australian import sounds like it was recorded in a shoebox. I had to wonder if my receiver had suddenly pooped out. But, no. Thus the meagre three stars for an otherwise utterly unsettling masterpiece. Each live version of a previously recorded song improves upon the original. The percussionless band(s) manage to be spare and full at the same time. You catch snippets of Charlie Daniels and Jennifer Warnes before they were famous. And Cohen has never sounded more psychologically naked and unhinged. Try to imagine Dostoevski's anti-hero from Notes From Underground doing punk rock, and you'll get an idea of his vocals. At times, he sounds worn out and sonorous, as in Issac & Abraham. Elsewhere, like in Tonight We'll be Fine, he tears his voice to shreds.
To better illustrate the poor technical quality of this CD, the vinyl version picked up nuances like going from the echoey sounds of the concert hall to the up front sound of the Tennessee motel room of his career defining Queen Victoria. Well, this is lost in the ubiquitous 'shoebox' quality of the CD. I do not blame Cohen; I blame whoever mixed this Australian import.
I used to listen to this a lot late at night when I was single. Sometimes half asleep, Please Don't Pass Me By would get me weeping, it is so bleak and yearning at the same time. Now, some twenty-five years later, with a wife and two kids, I have listened to this whole album save that one track: 13 plus minutes of a magnificent, shimmering, wondrous descent into personal hell. More than a song, it's an ordeal. The finest moment in an artist's long career. Love it!
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HASH(0x93807d5c) étoiles sur 5 Please don't pass me by 28 août 2000
Par Peter Uys - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Live Songs, released in 1973, is a compilation of live performances in London & The Isle of Wight in 1970, and in Berlin, Brussels, London, Paris and a "room in Tennessee" in 1972. The stirring female backing vocals that characterize Cohen's best work are prominent throughout and come from Donna Washburn & Jennifer Warren on the 1972 tracks and from Aileen Fowler & Corlynn Hanney in 1970. The album is one of Cohen's early classics and should be part of every fan's collection.

The brief intro Minute Prologue & the songs Passing Thru, Please Don't Pass Me By & Queen Victoria are rare, if not unique to this album. It would be great if studio versions existed. The prologue expresses something quite meaningful for devoted fans, the yearning Passing Through ("glad that I ran into you") is tuneful and rhythmic, colored by scriptural imagery and a clever pun or two whilst the mystical masterpiece You Know Who I Am gets a delicate & reverential treatment.

Bird On A Wire has a brief spoken introduction in French, something about searching for freedom in the heart of the night, and the lyrics slightly stray from the original in a few places. The centerpiece of the album is the 14-minute long Please Don't Pass Me By (A Disgrace) with its spoken sections and harrowing, almost unbearably painful message. Some very perturbing truths about the human condition are conveyed in this anguished performance. Phew! A more digestible song in the same vein is The Captain on Various Positions.

The sensual track Tonight Will Be Fine is performed up-tempo with appealing fiddle and banjo. I think this more rhythmic version has an additional verse not found on the original from Songs from a Room. In his classical acoustic style Story of Isaac and Seems So Long Ago Nancy are tenderly interpreted and there is also a gentle acoustic instrumental titled Improvisation. Live Songs concludes with Queen Victoria that appears as a poem in his poetry books Flowers for Hitler of 1964 and Selected Poems 1956 - 1968 published in 1969.

These performances have a quality, subtle or raw, that re-interprets the familiar songs in a different light; a side of early Cohen that fans will miss out on if they don't own this album. This rawness of e.g. Please Don't Pass Me By later manifested on the Phil Spector-produced Death of a Ladies' Man to the consternation of many of Cohen's fans, but it was always a part of his musical make-up, as demonstrate here. Live Songs is an exceptional album of great splendor and power, an essential recording in Leonard Cohen's work.
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HASH(0x93807eac) étoiles sur 5 Please Don't Pass me By (A Disgrace) 3 décembre 2002
Par Doug - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I first heard this album, in particular, the song "Please Don't Pass Me By", back in ~ 1973. It was on a late-nite FM radio show, on a now non-existent station out of Milwaukee, WI, USA. I'll never forget that song, the emotions it drew out of my soul; shame, sympathy and anger... The whole gamete of emotions that I was capable of feeling!
Leonard Cohen's voice ripped right through my soul, stirring feelings that I found hard to control. The perfect combination of Cohen's voice and lyrics are impossible to describe in this song of Disgrace, only feelings can come close to relaying the affect it had, has, on me. I am so thankful that I was able to find this song on a CD; my Vinyl copy disappeared years ago, lent-out and never found its way back.
I highly recommend this CD to any fan of Leonard Cohen, and to fans of many of the 60's and 70's "Folk" music artists.
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HASH(0x9381327c) étoiles sur 5 Definitive Lennie, snarf it if you can 31 juillet 1998
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Format: CD
This CD from the early 70's brings through the early Cohen experience better than any other. It also includes "Please Don't Pass Me By," played, I hear, only three times ever.
This one can be hard to find at times; if you like Cohen at all, you must have it, get it now while it's here.
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HASH(0x93813048) étoiles sur 5 Just about 5 stars 11 novembre 2001
Par Bill R. Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Though not the most conventionally invigorating performer, Leonard Cohen's profoundly lonely poetic masterpieces come across on stage well in their way. This early, often overlooked live masterwork is something that any fan will have to own. The renditions of classics like "Bird on the Wire," "Story of Isaac," and "Tonight Will Be Fine" are competent, but not readily improved. The renditions of previously unissued songs are make this album so noteworthy. Cohen's version of "Passing Through" has an odd sing-along ominence, and two masterpieces crop up later. The first, the thirteen-minute "Please Don't Pass Me By (A Disgrace)" is an odd narrative poem set to music with a sing-along chorus that is undeniably profound. It is unquestionably the high point and by itself makes the album a worthwhile purchase. The other is "Queen Victoria," a classic poem performed live here. Cohen sings it in a vaguely touching way, a fitting close to the set. Though not the first Cohen album you should pick up, you'll definitely want to own this after you've been primed.
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