A gifted poet turned master balladeer whose influence rivalled Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen is among the most enigmatic and respected bards in the history of popular music. This compelling, critical documentary examines the poetry, music, performances and career of this great artist, focusing on the seminal albums Cohen created for Columbia between 1967-77, beginning with Songs of Leonard Cohen (featuring Suzanne, his all time masterpiece) and ending with Death of a Ladies man (Produced and co-written by Phil Spector)
An array of prominent musicians, producers, and influential rock critics - from Cohen producer John Simon to Rolling Stone's Anthony de Curtis and biographer Ira Nadel - discuss Cohen, his melodies, lyrics and inimitable voice on songs from “Bird on a Wire" to “Famous Blue Raincoat", all intercut with rare photos, music excerpts and live concert footage.
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