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Songs from the Life of Leonard Cohen 

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Episode complete credited cast:
Leonard Cohen ... Himself
Perla Batalla Perla Batalla ... Herself - Vocals
Julie Christensen Julie Christensen ... Herself - Vocals
John Bilezikjian John Bilezikjian ... Himself - Oud / Mandolin
Steve Meador Steve Meador ... Himself - Drums
Bob Metzger Bob Metzger ... Himself - Guitar / Pedal Steel Guitar
Tom McMoran Tom McMoran ... Himself - Keyboards (as Tom McMorran)
Stephen Zirkel Stephen Zirkel ... Himself - Bass / Keyboards / Trumpet
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Judy Collins ... Herself
Bobby Furgo Bobby Furgo ... Himself - Keyboards / Violin (as Bob Furgo)
Jennifer Warnes Jennifer Warnes ... Herself
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UK

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English

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15 July 1988 (UK) See more »

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Cohen's Greatest Hits
22 November 2016 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Songs from the Life of Leonard Cohen (1988)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

This here is one of those compilations that used to be popular back in the day. It offers up interview footage with Loenard Cohen as well as music videos and live performances from his career. The songs included are:

First We Take Manhattan / Suzanne / Chelsea Hotel No. 2 / Take This Waltz / Hallelujah / Who By Fire / Bird On A Wire / Red River Valley / So Long, Marianne / Famous Blue / Raincoat / The Partisan / Joan Of Arc / Ain't No Cure For Love / Tower Of Song / Dance Me To The End Of Love

Obviously die-hard fans are going to know all of these songs so you might argue that this collection would be aimed more at your casual viewer or those unfamiliar with Cohen and are wanting to get a taste of his music. All of the songs here are basically what you would get an on Greatest Hits package so on that level this collection is obviously worth watching. The interview segments really aren't anything ground-breaking but they at least give you some insight into some of the songs.


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