I'm Your Man – Leonard Cohen
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The 1934 born Franco-Canadian Leonard Cohen always provided very personal reflections of his own experiences with his longplays - as with the 1988 released work "I'm Your Man", his first musical sign of life after a three year studio and tour break. The new opus was all the more enthusiastically received by his fans.
A not insignificant part of this was of course the moving songs that the master now performed after 36 months of inner reflection on the Greek island of Hydra, including the exquisite brilliants "First We Take Manhattan", "Everybody Knows" and "Tower Of Song".