9 thoughts on “ You Want It Darker - Leonard Cohen - You Want It Darker (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Oct 21,  · You want it darker We kill the flame If you are the dealer Let me out of the game If you are the healer I'm broken and lame If thine is the glory Mine must be the shame You want it darker .
  2. About “You Want It Darker” The title track to Leonard Cohen’s most recent album, announced on his 82nd birthday, “delves into an unflinching exploration of the religious mind,” according.
  3. Oct 24,  · Leonard Cohen's 14th studio album feels like a pristine, piously crafted last testament, the informed conclusion of a lifetime of inquiry. Leonard Cohen; You Want It Darker/
  4. Given the subject matter addressed in the title and other tracks on You Want It Darker and Leonard Cohen's advanced age (82), he wrote some of songs solo, and others with Sharon Robinson and Patrick aclivertocenfi.pifilkcentdubzewsramifornadivcale.infoinfo declining health, and required to sing from a medically designed chair, Cohen enlisted his son Adam to produce.8/
  5. You Want It Darker is the fourteenth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, released on October 21, , by Columbia Records, nineteen days before Cohen’s death. The album was created towards the end of his life and focuses on death, God, and humor. It .
  6. Leonard Cohen - You Want It Darker (Audio) by LeonardCohen. Leonard Cohen - It Seemed the Better Way (Official Audio) by LeonardCohen.
  7. Oct 14,  · Review: Leonard Cohen, 'You Want It Darker' The particular darkness that defines Cohen's 14th studio album is nearly inescapable, and found everywhere. It's a thick blanket of grim.
  8. At age 82, he presents his uncompromising and urgent new album, You Want It Darker. Described by early listeners as a "masterpiece" and "classic Cohen," You Want It Darker, is the latest chapter in Leonard's significant contribution to contemporary music and thought/5(K).
  9. Sep 18,  · You Want it Darker is a deep, intense album about faith, love, and above all, preparing yourself for death. This could be no more timely, due to Leonard Cohen's ailing health at the time, and his eventual death/5(60).

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