40th anniversary of Leonard Cohen’s debut album
For the first time in the digital era, expanded editions of SONGS OF LEONARD COHEN, SONGS FROM A ROOM, and SONGS OF LOVE AND HATE will arrive in stores April 24th. Each will contain previously unreleased bonus material of monumental historical importance to Cohen aficionados, as well as separate newly commissioned liner notes essays written by Rolling Stone contributing editor (and Cohen devotee) Anthony DeCurtis. Each will be specially packaged in a hardcover digipak configuration, similar to Legacy’s June Carter Cash retrospective of last year, Keep On the Sunny Side.
Listen to some very interesting streams of both Cohen and some of the myriad singers who covered his work on Official Leonard Cohen site.
Dirty Blonde The Diaries of Courtney Love
Courtney Love Official Website
An eclectic composition of deeply personal artifacts—including
letters, childhood records, poetry, journal entries, song lyrics, fanzines,
show flyers, other original writings, and unpublished photographs—DIRTY
BLONDE leads us through the highs and lows of one of the most captivating
and creative figures in the world of popular culture. Forming a kind
of impromptu memoir, the book shows Love’s accomplishments,
her mistakes, her history, and her future in a whole new light. Ranging
from her upbringing in Oregon through her years of living in Japan,
New Zealand, and London, from her career highs with Hole
and as a Hollywood leading lady to her personal heartbreak and struggles,
DIRTY BLONDE is Love laid bare—like an open book.
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