by Bruce Sylvester Hmm. Tis the season to be reminiscing about cool discs that came our way over the course of 2016 – some by stars, some by people who aren’t well known at all. The year began with Lucinda …
Here are the best music-related books of 2013 — in alphabetical order, of course — that we saved a place for on the Spin Cycle bookshelf this past year.
The third part of this four-part series continues with the author’s interviews with Phil Spector, Brian Wilson, Leonard Cohen, and others.
Madonna, John Mellencamp, the Beastie Boys, Donna Summer, Chic, Afrika Bambaataa, Leonard Cohen, The Dave Clark Five and The Ventures are the nine nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The most important singer-songwriter of his entire generation, and the founding father of the entire genre, the lugubriously toned Leonard Cohen was born in 1934, and was well into his 30s by the time he cut his first album, the landmark Songs of Leonard Cohen in 1968.