First edition. - Chicago : Chicago Review Press, 2014.
Book — 1 online resource
Leonard Cohen, one of the most admired performers of the last half century, has had a stranger-than-fiction, roller-coaster ride of a life. Now, for the first time, he tells his story in his own words, via more than 50 interviews conducted worldwide between 1966 and 2012. In Leonard Cohen on Leonard Cohenwhich includes a foreword by singer Suzanne Vega and eight pages of rarely seen photosthe artist talks about Bird on the Wire, Hallelujah, and his other classic songs. He candidly discusses his famous romances, his years in a Zen monastery, his ill-fated collaboration with producer Phil Spector, his long battle with depression, and much more. You'll find interviews that first appeared in the New York Times and Rolling Stone, but also conversations that have not previously been printed in English. Some of the material here has not been available until now in any format, including the many illuminating reminiscences that contributors supplied specifically for this definitive anthology.
First edition. - Chicago : Chicago Review Press, An A Cappella Book, 
Book — xx, 604 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Presents fifty interviews with the Canadian composer and author conducted between 1966 and 2012, covering his method of composition, practice of Zen Buddhism, romantic entanglements, and experiences with producers, singers, fellow songwriters, and musicians.