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Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen’s Lonesome Heroes DVD

Review by Gary Hill

Fans of Leonard Cohen will certainly find this in-depth. Pretty much anyone will find it in-depth. The documentary explores Cohen’s music in the context of what influenced it and how it was reflected in his work. The end result is a DVD that’s quite informative and, just a little dry. Those with a less deeply rooted interest in Cohen’s artistry will probably want to shy away. This is just a little too much. However, those, with an interest in popular music history in general or Cohen’s music, will find this quite educational.

This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2010  Volume 5 at

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