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"Forever Young" 76th Birthday Video
A celebration of Leonard Cohen on his 76th birthday, September 21, 2010, with favorite photos and videos set to Bob Dylan's "Forever Young:"
Video Celebration Of Leonard Cohen At 75
In celebration of Leonard Cohen’s 75th birthday, September 21, 2009, Heck Of A Guy offers a video pastiche of favorite scenes featuring the singer-songwriter/poet/icon.
During the Leonard Cohen World Tour, 4 songs were played for the 1st time: Feels So Good (AKA The Other Blues Song), The Darkness, Lullaby, and, most recently, Born In Chains. While each has been sung only a few times, multiple versions exist with different lyrics and arrangements.
A summary of each song's performances and lyrics with videos and mp3s for downloading is now available at these posts:
Heck Of A Guy offers 4 original videos of highlights from the Leonard Cohen World Tour.
The first Heck Of A Guy Dear Leonard Cohen - Thanks For The Tour. I Hope It Was Good For You, Too video has been seen by over 14,000 viewers. This celebration of the first 14 months of the 2008-2009 World Tour can be found at Thanks For The Tour
A 2nd video, focusing on the Summer 2009 concerts, can now be seen at Thanks Again For The Tour – The Encore Video
The 3rd video, which is a commemoration of The Leonard Cohen World Tour Fall 2009 USA concert series, is online at Thanks, Leonard Cohen, For Coming To The USA – The Video Celebration
The 4th video celebrates the 2 Las Vegas concerts on December 10 and 11, 2010 that ended the The Leonard Cohen World Tour. This video features images associated with those Las Vegas shows set to the music of “Closing Time” as performed at the final Dec 11, 2010 concert.
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One of my favorite Cohen songs, "Do I Have To Dance All Night" was performed many times in concerts but was never released in the US
As part of my crusade to popularize this song, I've cobbled together 2 videos - one for the semi-funky 1976 version with Laura Branigan that has now been seen by over 20,000 viewers and one for the 1980 more gypsy, less disco version - that kinda sorta fit the music.
The videos can be found at
Both videos include links to keys to the sources of the clips and the identities of the backup singers and others who are featured.
The complete story of "Do I Have To Dance All Night" is available at The Best Leonard Cohen Song You've Never Heard (Probably).
For Anjani's July 10th birthday, I put together a video of some of my favorites of her songs, photos, and excerpts from Heck Of A Guy posts: Happy Birthday, Anjani