1. Suzanne 3:49
2. Master Song 5:58
3. Winter Lady 2:17
4. The Stranger Song 5:07
5. Sisters Of Mercy 3:35
6. So Long, Marianne 5:40
7. Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye 2:56
8. Stories Of The Street 4:37
9. Teachers 3:01
10. One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong 4:27
Leonard Cohen first musical offering came out in December 1967, when the artist was already 33 years old (he was born the year before Elvis Presley.) This release coincided with the very beginning of the singer/songwriter movement, which favoured a more literary approach to the songs.
There is not a single weak track on the album. Highlights, for me, include "Suzanne" (probably his most well-known composition), "Master Song", "Sisters of Mercy", "So Long, Marianne", "Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye" and "Teacher."
Forty years after its release, this album has become far more important than anybody ever thought it would be.
The original 10 tracks are so embedded in the popular consciousness that they have taken on a life of their own.
Moreover, with hindsight, it has also become increasingly clear that Cohen is the strongest interpreter of his own songs.
Endowed with such qualities, Cohen's debut now rightfully ranks with the most significant albums of the past century. Pictures and details http://AhaShare.com/torrents-details.php?id=15562