Follow our journey through the musical works of the legendary Leonard Cohen. We dive deep into the studio albums, live albums, bootlegs, and miscellaneous extra... More
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Whose Hallelujah Is Best? feat. Ely Henry
Actor Ely Henry joins us in our quixotic journey to determine the best Hallelujah. We may or may not lose our minds along the way.
If you'd like to familiarize yourself with the contenders, you can check them all out on YouTube or most of them on Spotify and Apple Music.
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Various Positions feat. Nigel Chapman: Side B
Nigel Chapman from Nap Eyes is back to finish off our discussion of 1984's Various Positions. We talk about Hallelujah's legacy, Leonard Cohen's blend of deep wisdom and dry humour, and much more. Keep an ear out for Nigel's sweet pups!
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Various Positions feat. Nigel Chapman: Side A
Lenny and Coco's first guest, Nigel Chapman of the band Nap Eyes, graciously joins us to talk about the album Various Positions. We had a lot of fun discussing Leonard's first foray into the glitzy sounds of the 1980s.
Check out Nap Eyes' music and various internet presences here, find them on your streaming service of choice, or go out to your local record store and pick up an album—if you haven't heard them before, you're really in for a treat! (This is one of my favourite songs, btw.)
Best of the 'Searching' Era: Part 2
The second half of our round-up of the 10 best tracks from Leonard's second era. Listen to the ep to find out what songs we picked and then go listen to the songs themselves on Spotify or Apple Music (and if you use another service you can click one of those links and then make your own playlist by copying what you see)!
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Best of the 'Searching' Era: Part 1
Once again, we're looking back and picking the 10 best tracks from the era we've just come through. This time we talked too long about them so it's in two parts, so we'll save the playlist reveal until Friday.
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