The Future ~ Leonard Cohen

The Future ~ Leonard Cohen

some time ago during a frosty Norwegian winter Leonard Cohen mania took me by surprise. "I'm your Man" had just been released and it was an instant hit through the entire Nordic country. Me I didn't get it at all, and tried to understand what the dry appeal of Leonard Cohen music meant to all the shop keepers, artist and oil workers of the North Sea. Well I can't say that I ever found an answer for the Cohn fever that took over Norway that year. It was many years later wile watching the movie "Natural Born Killers" that I began to get infected with the Leonard Cohen sound. "Natural Born Killers" featured a wry apocalyptic dance tune called "The Future" I went out and got a copy of the album of the same name, and that's when my strange relationship and admiration of Mr. Cohen's work began. Noteworthy Track: The Future Waiting For The Miracle

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