Author(s): Harvey Kubernik
Lavishly illustrated, respected journalist Harvey Kubernik charts Leonard Cohen's extraordinary career in detail, placing his literary and musical achievements within the context of his life. From his beginnings as a writer and poet, through his classic albums of the sixties and seventies up to his triumphant recent tours, every stage of Cohen's remarkable life is expertly analysed. Includes more than 200 photos and the thoughts, memories and comments of those who have both worked with him and the many who have been inspired by this most unique of artists.
Harvey Kubernik is a writer, editor and journalist whose work has appeared in, Melody Maker, Crawdaddy!, Musician, Goldmine, MIX, the Los Angeles Times and MOJO. The author of several books, his latest, Canyon of Dreams: The Magic and the Music of Laurel Canyon was described by one reviewer as 'one of the best books on rock ever written'. A former A&R man for MCA records, in the past 40 years he has appeared in and produced countless music documentaries, written extensively on Leonard Cohen, and interviewed him several times.