Baker & Taylor A collection of the song lyrics and poetry of the Canadian poet and novelist and the man behind Judy Collins's hit song, "Suzanne," which Cohen wrote, showcases the clarity, passion, and timelessness of his work. 25,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.
Blackwell North Amer With the appearance of his first record album in 1967, Leonard Cohen - already well known in his native Canada as a poet and novelist - was introduced to audiences in the United States, where he quickly took his place among the preeminent singer/songwriters of the time. Over the years, and through the release of eight more albums, Cohen gained a reputation as a dazzlingly literate and consistently daring songwriter. His status as a cult artist grew and solidified, not only in North America but all across Europe; singers of enormously diverse styles recorded his songs; his influence could be charted in every new wave of recording artists that followed his emergence. In 1988 the release of his album I'm Your Man thrust him back into the mainstream spotlight; and his latest recording, The Future, has brought him renewed widespread acclaim as one of our most enduring poet/songwriters. Now Stranger Music brings together, for the first time in one volume, a generous selection of Leonard Cohen's song lyrics and poetry. Stranger Music reveals the range and depth of Cohen's work. And it is a long-overdue celebration of his extraordinary gift for language that speaks with rare clarity, passion, and timelessness.
Baker & Taylor A collection of the song lyrics and poetry of the Canadian poet and novelist, the man behind the hit song "Suzanne," which he wrote, showcases the clarity, passion, and timelessness of his work