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The Fourth, the Fifth, the Minor Fall (2008) BBC Radio (MP3 128kbps) dearleuk

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Name:The Fourth, the Fifth, the Minor Fall (2008) BBC Radio (MP3 128kbps) dearleuk

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The Fourth, the Fifth, the Minor Fall 01-11-2008

Elbow frontman Guy Garvey anticipates next June's 25th anniversary of Leonard Cohen's stirring ballad Hallelujah, which has emerged as one of the most regarded songs written by a Canadian and whose biblical, sexual and emotional aspects have been interpreted by dozens of artists and used in a variety of contexts, from film (Basguiat and Shrek) to television (Holby City and Ugly Betty). Featuring input from music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas, the Bishop of Croydon, artists who have covered the song (Kathryn Williams, Imogen Heap, Christine Collister and Allison Crowe) and engineer Andy Wallace, who worked on the famous version that appeared on the late Jeff Buckley's 1994 album Grace.

Producer Richard Mcllroy

From The Radio Times

A Mercury Prize-winner hasn't got the guts to cover it; Bob Dylan and Bono are two of the many who've strangled it; Jeff Buckley's version is in Rolling Stone's top 500 greatest songs ever. The song in question? Leonard Cohen's transcendental Hallelujah "I like to imagine Hallelujah as a rather stately creature;" says presenter Guy Garvey (Elbow frontman and said Mercury winner) "It's a mark of its power and guile that artists who didn't even write it, feel protective of it:" You can't help feel sympathy for Cohen, though- his version isn't considered to be the best. That honour goes to Jeff Buckley or John Cale. The ever eloquent and always genial Garvey does a bewitching job of explaining the nuances and dramatically different interpretations of this magical song, helped by some of the artists and producers who've worked on the 120 covers. Praise be.

-- Gerry Kiernan

Type : mpeg 1 layer III
Bitrate : 128
Mode : joint stereo
Frequency : 44100 Hz
Length : 00:56:14
Encoder : FhG
Source : BBC iPlayer

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