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CD2 (Size: 888.97 MB) (Files: 37)


  Live In London .cue

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  Leonard Cohen - Live In London .m3u

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  Leonard Cohen - Live In London .log

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  13 - Whither Thou Goest.flac

7.61 MB

  11 - Closing Time.flac

40.23 MB

  12 - I Tried to Leave You.flac

46.19 MB

  10 - If It Be Your Will.flac

26.42 MB

  09 - Sisters of Mercy.flac

26.10 MB

  08 - First We Take Manhattan.flac

41.02 MB

  07 - So Long, Marianne.flac

32.40 MB

  06 - Take This Waltz.flac

52.49 MB

  05 - Recitation w, N.L..flac

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  04 - I'm Your Man.flac

33.59 MB

  03 - Democracy.flac

43.93 MB

  02 - Hallelujah.flac

43.59 MB

  01 - Boogie Street.flac

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 Live In London.nfo

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  Live In London .cue

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  Leonard Cohen - Live In London .m3u

0.93 KB

  Leonard Cohen - Live In London .log

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  13 - The Gypsy's Wife.flac

36.96 MB

  12 - Suzanne.flac

19.55 MB

  11 - Tower Of Song.flac

41.20 MB

  10 - Introduction.flac

6.96 MB

  09 - Anthem.flac

43.63 MB

  08 - Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye.flac

21.76 MB

  07 - Who By Fire.flac

35.83 MB

  06 - In My Secret Life.flac

29.12 MB

  05 - Everybody Knows.flac

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  04 - Bird On The Wire.flac

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  03 - Ain't No Cure For Love.flac

37.62 MB

  02 - The Future.flac

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  01 - Dance Me To The End Of Love.flac

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Leonard Cohen - Live In London
Artist...............: Leonard Cohen
Album................: Live In London
Genre................: Folk/Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2009
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode)
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless(CD1 avg. compression: 71 %)(CD2 avg. compression: 76 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Information..........: My Rip
Included.............: NFO,Log,Cue,M3U,Art Scans
1. (00:06:20) Leonard Cohen - Dance Me To The End Of Love
2. (00:07:21) Leonard Cohen - The Future
3. (00:06:17) Leonard Cohen - Ain't No Cure For Love
4. (00:06:15) Leonard Cohen - Bird On The Wire
5. (00:05:53) Leonard Cohen - Everybody Knows
6. (00:05:03) Leonard Cohen - In My Secret Life
7. (00:06:35) Leonard Cohen - Who By Fire
8. (00:03:48) Leonard Cohen - Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye
9. (00:07:21) Leonard Cohen - Anthem
10. (00:01:30) Leonard Cohen - Introduction
11. (00:07:07) Leonard Cohen - Tower Of Song
12. (00:03:47) Leonard Cohen - Suzanne
13. (00:06:43) Leonard Cohen - The Gypsy's Wife
Playing Time.........: 02:02:49
Total Size...........: 432.81 MB
1. (00:06:57) Leonard Cohen - Boogie Street
2. (00:07:20) Leonard Cohen - Hallelujah
3. (00:07:09) Leonard Cohen - Democracy
4. (00:05:41) Leonard Cohen - I'm Your Man
5. (00:03:54) Leonard Cohen - Recitation w, N.L.
6. (00:08:37) Leonard Cohen - Take This Waltz
7. (00:05:25) Leonard Cohen - So Long, Marianne
8. (00:06:16) Leonard Cohen - First We Take Manhattan
9. (00:04:56) Leonard Cohen - Sisters of Mercy
10. (00:05:23) Leonard Cohen - If It Be Your Will
11. (00:06:15) Leonard Cohen - Closing Time
12. (00:08:34) Leonard Cohen - I Tried to Leave You
13. (00:01:27) Leonard Cohen - Whither Thou Goest
Playing Time.........: 01:58:22
Total Size...........: 451.46 MB
NFO generated on.....: 22/07/2009 15:29:14

The loss of five million dollars can light a fire underneath anyone, even a serene, 74-year-old Buddhist poet/singer-songwriter, but to Leonard Cohen’s great credit, not only did he refuse to wither away after being swindled out of his savings and royalties by his former manager, but in the past year he’s returned to the stage, exhibiting a level of passion, verve, and grace that’s caught even his longtime fans by surprise.

When 2008 rolled around, it had been 15 years since the Canadian legend last toured (in support of his great 1992 album The Future), but with the help of a brilliant nine-piece supporting band, he headed back on the road with gusto, playing more than 60 dates in Eastern Canada, the UK, and Europe. By the time Cohen and band played to a huge crowd of 20,000 at London’s O2 Arena on July 17th, they were well-oiled, two months into the big comeback tour, and with recording and film crews there to capture the event, they went on to deliver a spellbinding, seductive, pristine, near-three-hour set that spanned the man’s 40-year musical career.

"It's wonderful to be gathered here, on just the other side of intimacy," murmurs Leonard Cohen as he takes the stage for one of last year's hugely successful UK shows.

It's a line which encapsulates the essence of Cohen's late-blooming appeal – as if the audience were gathered here with him, rather than for him – and the wry reference to the intimacy which has been his stock-in-trade for the past four decades, here humorously attenuated to fit the amusingly outsize venues he found himself playing at this late stage of his career.

But what becomes immediately apparent listening to this wonderful double-album is that Cohen is possessed of a rare and remarkable ability to make colossal venues like the Royal Albert Hall and even the O2 Dome shrink to about the size of a police-box – or, more appropriately, a suburban boudoir. Blessed with the most sensual basso profundo since Barry White, he makes the act of singing for thousands seem like pillow-talk for one's ears alone. For confirmation, just listen to the mighty roar of acclaim which greets the now-famous line from "Tower Of Song" about being "born with the gift of a golden voice": it's because every member of his audience is, in a sense, there alone with Leonard as he croons through romantic favourites like "Sisters Of Mercy", "Suzanne", "I'm Your Man", "Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye" and "Ain't No Cure For Love", or shares the world-weary wit of "Everybody Knows" and "Democracy".

For so long derided as an inconsolable melancholic fit only to soundtrack the wrist-slitting despair of terminal depressives, Cohen has been reassessed over the last couple of decades as one of pop's subtlest comic talents, the mordancy of his humour sometimes too dark to recognise as droll. Here, his comedic gift is best demonstrated by the timing he brings to his onstage patter.

He opens the set with a one-two sucker-punch combination that effectively maps out the parameters of his art, the unalloyed romantic devotion of "Dance Me To The End Of Love" followed immediately by the bitter, dystopian sardonicism of "The Future". From there on, there's barely a slack moment in the 26 songs, rendered with unassuming grace by the 10-piece band.

His collaborator Sharon Robinson steps up to share "In My Secret Life" and "Boogie Street", and the faint echo of several thousand other collaborators is dimly discernible on many of the tracks, notably a "Hallelujah" which bests even John Cale's statuesque version, and reclaims the song from reality-show imposters and usurpers.

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