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Be For Real - Leonard Cohen - The Future (CD, Album)

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  1. Elder statesman Leonard Cohen justly took that prize for his album "Old Ideas." Carly Rae Jepsen's victory over the Biebs in the Pop Album of the Year category was also not televised.
  2. The Future Arranged By [Strings, Backing Vocals], Conductor [Strings, Backing Vocals] – David Campbell Drums – Steve Meador Engineer, Mixed By – Leanne Ungar Guitar – Bob Metzger Producer, Arranged By – Leonard Cohen Programmed By, Performer – Leonard Cohen, Yoav Goren Tambourine – Lenny Castro: 2: Waiting For The Miracle/5(46).
  3. DIDP appears in a different location in the CD label than on Leonard Cohen - The Future. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode (Text): 0 /5(5).
  4. As with most every Leonard Cohen album, a new record means a new means of musical exploration. With The Future, Cohen adds chiming synthesizers and eerie orchestrations to his brooding anthems about life's darker half. One of the last of Cohen's full-length albums, The Future is definitely one of the most direct. More notable tracks include "The Future" and .
  5. May 21,  · My favorite singer, poet, songwriter Leonard Cohen performed this song on his album "The Future"(). The song was written by Frederick Knight in At the end of this beautiful song.
  6. I bought this CD because #1- I am a Leonard Cohen fan; #2 - I had read lyrics from "Anthem" in Louise Penny's book titled "How the Light Gets In"; and #3 - a friend was telling me about a talk she had heard based on "How the Light Gets In", which reminded me of the first two reasons. If you are a Cohen fan, the album doesn't disappoint/5().
  7. Nov 02,  · Leonard Cohen's new LP You Want It Darker is probably one of the best albums ever released by a person over the age of It's just part of his astounding career renaissance that began when he.
  8. Rock CD – Review: The Future. Positions were it not for the slightly eerie syncopated backbeats and state-of-the-art (i.e. posh) production this album cements Cohen’s reputation as wry nineties ironist and all-round spokesman for the human condition. Little short of a bloody marvel. — Rock CD, December

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