Leonard Cohen – The Best Of Leonard Cohen 1975 Folk Rock (vinyl)
Leonard Cohen – The Best Of Leonard Cohen
Label & Ser # ~ Columbia – ES 90334
Format 1 -disc, 12 tracks, Black Vinyl, 12-inch , 33rpm, LP.
Year of release ~ 1975
Country Manufactured ~Canada
Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 9-10 - very light edge wear
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10 in awesome shape
The Best of Leonard Cohen is a greatest hits album by Leonard Cohen, released in 1975. In some territories, including Europe, it was released under the title Greatest Hits. This alternative title was used for the original vinyl release and for CD reissues from the 1980s onwards.
According to Ira Nadel's 1996 Cohen memoir Various Positions, Cohen agreed to the project because there was a new generation of listeners and he was given complete artistic control; he picked the songs, designed the package, and insisted that the lyrics be included. The album was not a hit in the United States but did well inEurope, Cohen's major market at the time. He toured in support of the album in 1976, beginning in Berlin on April 22 and ending in London on July 7. It was during this tour that Cohen recorded the funky, disco-infused "Do I Have To Dance All Night" at Musicland Studios. The single was only released in Europe.
|A2||Sisters Of Mercy||3:33|
|A3||So Long, Marianne||3:58|
|A4||Bird On The Wire||3:24|
|B1||Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye||2:54|
|B2||Famous Blue Raincoat||5:07|
|B3||Last Year's Man||5:57|
|B4||Chelsea Hotel No. 2||3:04|
|B5||Who By Fire||2:31|
|B6||Take This Longing||4:05|