New Skin For The Old Ceremony
Released: Jan 1974
The off-kilter mix of folk instrumentation, rock swagger and Cohen's lyrical content ensured this didn't receive a lick of airplay in 1974, but it holds up as one of Cohen's best LPs. It contains a number of his most enduring -- and endearing -- songs: "A Singer Must Die," "Lover, Lover, Lover," "Who By Fire" and best of all, the doomed romance of "Chelsea Hotel #2."
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