Leonard Cohen Posters

Friday 09th of December 2016 07:13:35 PM

by King


Leonard Cohen Posters


Leonard Cohen 2009 Tour
Poster for a 2009 Leonard Cohen show in Seattle.
April 23, 2009 at the Wamu theater

Leonard Cohen 2009 Concert Poster

2009 Leonard Cohen Concert Poster

Size 11 x 17 – 28 x 43 cm
Price $9.99

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Posters of Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen Concert Poster

Leonard Cohen Concert Poster

‘The Future” Tour Leonard Cohen show in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada – Setlist Included Price $9.99




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LOW INVENTORY ITEM, (One Left), It may be pulled for auction if it does not sell by midnight >>> 12 hours 46 minutes 25 seconds << Act now to OWN this







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Every Poster Order comes with a protective display bag and hanger.
Just like in the Video below.




Man, what can you say about Leonard Cohen? The guy is one of the great songwriters
of the last fifty years and a poet too.
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I came to Leonard Cohen in the 90’s after loving the cynical theme of “Everybody Knows”
and the even more gritty songs on “The Future”.
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No looking back since then, always been a Leonard Cohen fan.
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Have a few posters that should any true fan happy.
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Cheers!


After many years in hibernation, the endlessly cool 78-year-old singer-songwriter has returned to his career with a vengeance– perhaps literally so, since it was prompted by the embezzlement of his life’s savings by his former business manager. Since 2008 he’s been touring the world, playing arenas to capacity crowds and delivering shows that have been the best-received of his entire career. And the release this year of his latest CD, Old Ideas, demonstrates that he’s still– to quote one of his best-known compositions– atop the tower of song.
At Madison Square Garden Tuesday night, Cohen delivered on the declaration he uttered early in the evening.
“I don’t know when we’ll meet again, but I promise that tonight we’ll give you everything we’ve got,” he said.
And that he did, along with a superb six-piece band and a trio of back-up singers that included the sublime Webb Sisters (Charley and Hattie) and his longtime songwriting collaborator Sharon Robinson. Performing for 3 1/2 hours including intermission, he delivered a career-defining show that included numerous selections from the new release.
The tropes of his performance style are by now familiar, but no less comforting. The spry septuagenarian, clad in his trademark dark suit and fedora, belies his age by literally skipping on and off the stage. He delivers many of his vocals either crouched in intense fashion or literally on his knees, and his ability to rise to his feet effortlessly even while singing provides a testament to whatever health regimen he’s on.
Far from his amusing self-description in his new song “Going Home” as “a lazy bastard living in a suit,” the performer invests his performance with a searing intensity that takes on almost religious overtones. Even in this cavernous arena, he held the audience spellbound throughout the lengthy evening, no more so when he quietly recites his poem “A Thousand Kisses Deep.”.
His demeanor is ever courtly, profusely thanking the audience several times for their attention and repeatedly introducing not only his singers and musicians but everyone down to the sound mixer and the guy who rigged the curtain. During his band member’s numerous solos, he frequently took off his hat and sat by their feet, as if in supplication.
And it was well deserved, as the multi-national musicians enhanced songs both new and familiar with gorgeous instrumental flourishes, from Alexandru Bublitchi’s beautiful violin work to Neil Larsen’s bluesy keyboards to Javier Mas’ virtuoso playing of a variety of string instruments including the oud. The music touched on many genres– folk, rock, gypsy, blues, jazz, gospel, flamenco, waltz– with effortless grace.

After many years in hibernation, the endlessly cool 78-year-old singer-songwriter has returned to his career with a vengeance– perhaps literally so, since it was prompted by the embezzlement of his life’s savings by his former business manager. Since 2008 he’s been touring the world, playing arenas to capacity crowds and delivering shows that have been the best-received of his entire career. He delivers many of his vocals either crouched in intense fashion or literally on his knees, and his ability to rise to his feet effortlessly even while singing provides a testament to whatever health regimen he’s on.


Leonard Cohen Wants You
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One Response to “Leonard Cohen Posters”

  1. Tom Garland Says:

    I’m looking for the Cohen poster from Toronto..Dec 3-4. Do you have one you can sell me? RSVP

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