Leonard Cohen - Death Of A Ladies' Man
NME.COM feature on Leonard Cohen - Death Of A Ladies' Man album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 31 October 1977
Cohen has lost none of his passion
- Jan 27, 2012
A return of his molasses-thick voice
- Dec 6, 2011
Ah yes, the Spanish festival with guaranteed sun that’s a stone’s throw from the beach. Bliss. Castello De La Plana, Spain (July 17-20)
- Aug 1, 2008
'I've Got A Secret' borrows words from another unreleased song, 'Feels So Good'
Singer changes Leeds and London shows in September as they were were scheduled on days of solemn religious observance
Legendary Canadian singer will play a string of dates in August and September
Leonard Cohen - Death Of A Ladies' Man: Wikipedia Album Entry
Epic, blazing Wall of Sound (supplied by producer Phil Spector). Hopes, needs, fears and embarrassments, successes (always followed by failures) in love - vividly related by a man in his forties. Cohen broke out of the bedsit with this record, only to find himself in endless dark hotel corridors and halls of mirrors. Stylistically untypical, it is one of the great break-up albums. Strange and wonderful, disturbing - and very funny.
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