- Title:What More Can I Say
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What More Can I Say. Featuring – Alan Weeks. B. What More Can I Say (Dance Mix '83). Featuring – The Players. Pépite 05. Leonard "Santic" Chin. What More Can I Say (7", Ltd, RE, Pur).
In stock now for same day shipping Side 1. 1. "What More Can I Say?" (feat Alan Weeks) (4:31). Side 2. "What More Can I Say?" (feat The Players - dance mix 83) (4:18).
I'm Your Man is the eighth studio album by Leonard Cohen, released in 1988. The album marked Cohen's further move to a more modern sound, with many songs having a synth-oriented production. I'm Your Man was recorded in Los Angeles and Montreal and employed four producers: Roscoe Beck, Jean-Michel Reusser, Michel Robidoux, and Cohen himself.
Leonard Cohen – Hey That& No Way To Say Goodbye Verona: Sept 24, 2012 Video by Wirebirds. Leonard Cohen – Amen Paris: Sept 29, 2012 Video by albertnoonan. Leonard Cohen Featuring Webb Sisters – Come Healing Helsinki: Sept 2, 2012 Video by Wirebirds. Leonard Cohen – I Can’t Forget Ghent: Aug 14, 2012 Video by Tim Dale. Leonard Cohen – Light As The Breeze Ghent: Aug 14, 20124 Video by albertnoonan. Leonard Cohen – Different Sides Ghent: Aug 14, 2012 Video by albertnoonan. More information at Thanks for the many chuckles, Allan Leonard Cohen. Things Cohen Fans Don’t Like – & Like Most – About Leonard Cohen. Believe it or not, there are aspects of Leonard Cohen’s life and work that are unpopular with fans. A Posthumous Leonard Cohen Album? YES – It’s Official.
The band helped Cohen create a new sound by featuring instruments like the oud, the Gypsy violin, and the mandolin. The album was supported by Cohen's major tour with the new band, and Jennifer Warnes and Sharon Robinson on the backing vocals, in Europe in late 1979, and again in Australia, Israel, and Europe in 1980 During the 1970s, Cohen toured twice with Jennifer Warnes as a backup singer (1972 and 1979). In 1997, Cohen oversaw the selection and release of More Best of Leonard Cohen album, which included a previously unreleased track, "Never Any Good", and an experimental piece "The Great Event".
Leonard chin what more can i say. Leonard Chin (born Leonard Anthony Chin, 1953, Kingston, Jamaica) aka Santic, is a Jamaican reggae record producer. After first working as a car mechanic, he then trained as a photographer and worked for the Gleaner Company. In the early 1970s he began working as a singer with Charles Hannah and The Graduates, and recorded a single for Gussie Clarke, but he realized that he was better suited to production. Chin also produced Jah Woosh's 1976 album, Chalice Blaze. A mid-1970s compilation of his productions, An Even Harder Shade of Black, was reissued by Pressure Sounds in 1995. The label released a further collection of his work, Down Santic Way, in 2005. Leonard chin what more can i say. Discography.
The Essential Leonard Cohen Q&A. Featuring Sharon Robinson. More Leonard Cohen albums.
The opening track of Leonard Cohen's debut album became his career-making signature. Comparing it to a great Bordeaux, he has deemed this immaculate conflation of the spiritual and the sensual to be his best work. Joined by one of the female choruses that would accompany him through his career, "Suzanne" chronicles his real-life relationship with the artist/dancer Suzanne Verdal near Montreal's St. Lawrence River in the summer of 1965. Cohen compares himself unfavorably to the woman kicking him out – he's the moneylender, Steve McQueen, and Rin Tin Tin to her Jesus, Brando, and beast of Babylon. It was effortless to record," producer John Lissauer told Alan Light. It almost recorded itself. The great records usually d.
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- Produced For – Sanity Record Production Ltd.
- Published By – East End Music
- Arranged By – A. Weeks*, L. Chin*
- Executive-Producer – Michael Philippou
- Producer – Leonard Chin*
- Written-By – A. Weeks*, E. Rolle, L. Chin*
|Pépite 05||Leonard "Santic" Chin||What More Can I Say (7", RE, Bla)||Pépite||Pépite 05||France||2018|
|Pépite 05||Leonard "Santic" Chin||What More Can I Say (7", Ltd, RE, Pur)||Pépite||Pépite 05||France||2018|
|STY 002||Leonard Chin* Featuring Alan Weeks*||Leonard Chin* Featuring Alan Weeks* - What More Can I Say (12", Promo, W/Lbl)||Sanity Records||STY 002||UK||1982|