8 thoughts on “ Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen - Songs From The Road (DVD) ”

  1. Maumuro says:
    One dozen of Leonard Cohen's most famous songs from those recent world tour performances at auditorium halls, festivals, arenas, and stadiums from Tel Aviv to London, from across Europe to the California desert and his native Canada are now collected on Songs From the Road. The song program filmed in high definition and recorded in /5().
  2. Nikojar says:
    Leonard Cohen is a genius and one of the greatest living artists in any genre. I can only listen to the music of two people over and over and never be disappointed or bored - J.S. Bach and Leonard Cohen. I really am sorry to gush, but it's my honest reaction. I wish Amazon allowed six stars/5().
  3. Dujora says:
    Label: CMV Enterprises - ,Legacy - • Format: DVD DVD-Video, NTSC, Copy Protected • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock Leonard Cohen - Songs From The Road (, DVD) | Discogs/5(5).
  4. Kajikora says:
    Apr 29,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Leonard Cohen - Songs From The Road at Discogs. Complete your Leonard Cohen collection/5().
  5. Zuluran says:
    Overview. Songs From the Road appeared roughly 14 months after releasing Live in London, which preserved Cohen's July performance at London's 02 collection features 12 tunes from his 20concert dates, and while this album isn't exactly a collection of rarities, it does feature a number of lesser-known tunes (such as "Heart with No Companion" and "That Don't Make It.
  6. Nashicage says:
    "Hallelujah" is a song written by Canadian singer Leonard Cohen, originally released on his album Various Positions (). Achieving little initial success, the song found greater popular acclaim through a recording by John Cale, which inspired a recording by Jeff has been viewed as a "baseline" for secular hymns.. Following its increased popularity after being featured in the film.
  7. Gardazshura says:
    Oct 01,  · Leonard Cohen's new concert DVD Songs From the Road just shouldn't work. Its subject is a rock star who is 75 years old who never quite fit the rock-star mold in the first place—Canadian (okay, cheap shot there), poet, introspective, reserved, a crooner with a weird voice. Onstage he just sort of—well, stands there and sings, usually with eyes closed and face half-obscured Author: Michael Dunaway.
  8. Mautaur says:
    One dozen of Leonard Cohen’s most famous songs from those recent world tour performances are now collected on Songs from the Road. Hallelujah - Coachella Music Festival, Indio, California- April 17, I already have the O2 Arena DVD from Leonard Cohen. I read the reviews of others about this Blue Ray DVD of "Extras" from various Reviews:

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