The Denver Post, US
October 7, 2001

Leonard Cohen Returns with Ten New Songs

by G. Brown

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Three reasons to go to a record store in the coming week:

After establishing himself as a published novelist and poet in his native Canada, Leonard Cohen made his recording debut in 1968 when he was 34. The Godfather of Gloom has continued to sway listeners who are drawn to his imaginative and expressive gifts. Ten New Songs (Columbia), his first album since 1992's The Future, is dark and obsessive, natch, but his sense of humor keeps improving as he reaches retirement age....

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